This Smoked Salmon Salad Recipe makes for the perfect work lunch and full of all the flavors from the smoker. I love to find ways to use up leftover smoked meat, and sandwiches are a plus because I can take them to work. While I didn’t have a lot left it was enough for lunch.
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Now just like my Smoked Chicken Salad the (See it -> here) she whipped up the the leftover smoked salmon into a tasty lunch! I have to say I am tempted to figure out what other meats I can smoke to make into work lunches. The salmon salad would make for an amazing dip as well!
Smoked Salmon Ingredients:
How To Make Smoked Salmon Salad
I shared how I love to smoke my Smoked Salmon (see it -> here). This chicken was smoked on my Pit Boss Pro 1100 from Lowes, if you don’t have Lowes Walmart and Amazon carry other Pit Boss options or Pit Boss website themselves. I love that I can set it at 225 with smoke and run inside and take a shower or prep sides and it just cooks my meat with an amazing smoke flavor!
Scrape off any excess seasoning off of your Smoked Salmon and shred up your leftover salmon into small pieces.
Chop up your veggies and pickles to the finest that you like.
In a bowl combine your salmon and veggies.
Start to mix in your wet ingredients and seasonings until you get the consistency you want.
Serve and enjoy!!
How To Store Leftover Smoked Salmon Salad
Store in the fridge in an airtight container for up to two days.
Alternative Mix-Ins For Smoked Salmon Salad:
- Dill Relish
- Miracle Whip
- Diced Peppers
- Smoked Paprika
- Liquid Smoke
- Chili Paste
- Celery Seeds
- Cream Cheese
What Types Of Bread To Serve Smoked Salmon Salad On:
- Wheat Bread
- Garlic Bread
- French Rolls
- Ciabatta Buns
- Hoagie Buns
- Brioche Buns
What To Do With Leftover Smoked Salmon:
- Salmon Dip
What do you make with your leftover smoked salmon?
Smoked Salmon Salad Recipe
- Scrape off any excess seasoning off of your Smoked Salmon and shred up your leftover salmon into small pieces.
- Chop up your veggies and pickles to the finest that you like.
- In a bowl combine your salmon and veggies.
- Start to mix in your wet ingredients and seasonings until you get the consistency you want.
- Store in the fridge for up to 48 hours.
- Serve and enjoy!!