Easy Salmon Sandwiches: Perfect For Afternoon Tea. Hello friends, happy Wednesday. So how are you today? Fancy trying these easy salmon sandwiches from Seasonal Berries out?
Salmon sandwiches but not as you know them, here they get a modern makeover with the addition of superfood moringa powder, fresh fruity raspberries and breath freshening fresh mint.
Table Of Contents:
- Firstly, Easy Salmon Sandwiches Ingedients.
- Secondly, Easy Salmon Sandwiches Method.
- Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.
What flavours go best with salmon? Cream cheese goes together perfectly. How about trying these flavours below.
How To Make Easy Salmon Sandwiches:
So how can I make my salmon taste better? Why not try this recipe:
Prep: 10 minutes | Cook: none
- 200g/7oz tub reduced fat soft cream cheese
- ½ tsp moringa powder
- 2 tbsp fresh chopped mint
- 1 lemon, finely grated zest only
- Salt and freshly ground black pepper
- 150g/5oz raspberries
- 8 slices multi seed & rye bread
- 120g pack thinly sliced smoked salmon
- Handful of rocket or other salad leaves
Easy Salmon Sandwiches:
- Firstly, add the soft cheese to a bowl, sprinkle in the moringa, mint and lemon zest. Season lightly with salt and pepper then mix together. Crumble in half the raspberries and mix together.
- Spread the mixture over all the bread slices. Top half of them with the smoked salmon then sprinkle with the remaining raspberries and salad leaves.
- Cover with the remaining bread, cheese side down, then wrap in paper and tie with string, or use foil if you’d rather. Add to a lunchbox with a frozen ice pack to keep cool until ready to eat.
Cook’s Tip: Moringa leaf, is a nutrient boosting green powder sold in good health food shops. Packed with antioxidants, vitamins and calcium plus all the essential amino acids. Add a small sprinkling to homemade juices and smoothies, salad dressings and spreads too.
Easy Salmon Sandwiches: Perfect For Afternoon Tea. *Recipe and recipe photography by Seasonal Berries, So what do you think of these Easy Salmon Sandwiches? Do you also fancy making some? Because I know I do.
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