10-minute Smoked Salmon Salad
For the first time, I bought smoked salmon because it was on sale for half price at the supermarket. As it was my first time working with this ingredient, I made the simplest recipe with it: a 10-minute smoked salmon salad with a home-made dill vinaigrette dressing. This salad tasted light & refreshing, mildly sweet & tangy. I am admittedly not a big fan of smoked salmon, but the sweet, tangy and light dill dressing complimented the saltiness of the smoked salmon very well.
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This is the dill vinaigrette salad dressing. It takes less than 5 minutes to make. I used extra-virgin olive oil, whole grain mustard, apple cider vinegar and honey. You can adjust the amount of honey used accordingly depending on how sweet you like your dressing. For convenience & cost savings, I used dried dill weed (though fresh dill is always great).
This makes a pretty salad even though I did not put any garnishes on it. This try-out made me appreciate the convenience of smoked salmon so I will buy it again soon to make more recipes in future.
I love no-fuss and yummy recipes like this…the fewer ingredients, the better. This is my kind of food.
While online shopping days ago, I almost hit the click button for smoked salmon but pulled back, cos I’m also not a smoked salmon person (find it too salty). Who knows, someday when I need a add-on item to fulfil the minimum cart requirement, smoked salmon may end up in my meal too!