All you need is a few minutes of your time and 5 ingredients to make this 5 minute salmon salad recipe.
A new go-to recipe for when life just gets busy. This 5 Minute Salmon Salad is here to save the day!
Even though this recipe is insanely easy to make, there’s certainly no sacrifice on the taste. It’s made with my favorite creamy Primal Kitchen mayo, it’s flavorful and it’s kid-friendly too. In fact, Dietitian Jess’s daughter, Piper who is 5, gobbled down this salmon salad before Jess even had a chance to photograph it. So in just 5-minutes, Jess whipped up another serving of salmon salad so that she could snap a photo (hence the name of the recipe).
As we get more and more into this thing called ‘blogging’, hearing feedback from the members in our private Facebook group called ‘Eat Clean. Live Well. Be Awesome. Together!’, and from our readers (you!), we’ve come to the conclusion that people need super EASY recipes! Like recipes that can be made in 10-minutes or less. People are busy! But that doesn’t mean they can’t live a healthy life and eat wholesome and real foods. Right? Right! We’re here to bring you healthy recipes that can be made in a pinch! Be on the look out for more less than 10 minute recipes. And comment below if you like the sound of this 🙂
This 5 Minute Salmon Salad provides an adequate amount of protein and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.
Canned salmon is definitely a staple in my pantry. It’s an easy source of protein and there’s countless way you can add pizazz to a can of salmon. Like this 5 Minutes Salmon Salad or if you have a little bit more time, you can try our popular Salmon Burgers.
Wrap it up, serve it on a salad, or on top of cucumber slices.
There are a number of ways you can serve up this salmon salad. Some of my favorite ways include in a collard wrap (as pictured), on top of a bed of greens with chopped veggies, on top of cucumber or zucchini slices, or one of my favorite snacks is this 5 Minute Salmon Salad served on top of Jilz Crackers.
And if you don’t have canned salmon on hand but you have a can of tuna, save yourself a trip to the grocery store and use the tuna!
This recipe is whole30-friendly, paleo, nut-free and dairy-free.
- In a small bowl, combine all of the ingredient and mix well.
- Serve in collard wrap, on a bed of greens, on top of cucumber slices, or however you’d like!
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- Serving Size: 1/2 of recipe
- Calories: 209
- Sugar: 0 g
- Sodium: 415 mg
- Fat: 16 g
- Carbohydrates: 0 g
- Fiber: 0 g
- Protein: 17 g
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