Salmon Sandwich with Jarred Salmon and Cherry Pepper Mayo

I love salmon – to me it is the ruler of all the fish from the ocean – and I’ve gotten prone to concoct an additional filet when we’re making supper to make sure I can make this sandwich the following day. There unlimited opportunities for an additional salmon filet, including this great sandwich, yet you can likewise make a salmon plate of mixed greens with spinach and a red wine vinaigrette, or simply eat it is anything but a little mustard on certain canned products

I’ve made this salmon a few different ways now. One of which was the exemplary fish salad style wherein you mush the fish up with mayo, pickles, and a little dijon mustard and smoosh it on some bread – that was really darn acceptable yet it did not have the lovely appearance of this rendition. The a lot prettier form can be made with a defiled, unsmooshed filet embellished with Pickled Onions (a disclosure by their own doing), Dijon Mustard, new child Arugula, and a liberal smear of Mayo increased for certain diced Cherry Peppers.

Cherry Peppers are sold in containers close to the pickles, olives, and jalapenos Healthy jarred salmon. They have all of the kind of jostled jalapenos yet with none of the warmth (and however we love jalapenos, once in a while they can be somewhat overwhelming). Cherry peppers are astounding in this mayo. They loan tang, pleasantness, and profundity and it is really simple to take out a major group with extra for some other time (which I generously suggest, trust me you’ll need more).

Spread and toast some cut Ciabatta and you have yourself the makings for the best sandwich ever. On the off chance that you can discover Ciabatta Rolls you can make some mean Salmon Sliders.


  • 4 to 6 oz Seared Salmon Filet
  • 2 Mini Ciabatta Rolls or a Ciabatta hunk split sideways-wise
  • A small bunch of Arugula
  • Cherry Pepper Mayo
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Pickled Red Onions

Cherry Pepper Mayo:

Consolidate a 1/4 cup of Mayo with 3 diced Cherry Peppers


  1. Butter the bread and toast it, spread side down, on a skillet over medium warmth until toasted. Two or three minutes.
  1. Sprinkle the Salmon with Salt and Pepper and burn it is anything but a shower of Olive Oil over medium warmth until its 2/3 cooked through, then, at that point flip it and singe for a few minutes
  1. In the interim smear one portion of the bread with Dijon and the other with some Cherry Pepper Mayo
  1. Layer on the Arugula, Salmon, and Pickled Onions.
  1. Enjoy!
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