Thursday, January 8, 2009

Salmon melts on toast

I’ve made this easy and healthy lunch/snack twice in the past two weeks, well, because it’s quick and easy, fresh tasting and delectable and best of all, no stove cooking required. Who knew a fish out of a can can taste so good?

1) 1 can Sockeye salmon
2) ¼ cup dice red onion
3) ¼ cup capers
4) ½ lime juice
5) Fresh dill (optional)
6) Black pepper, Mrs. Dash
7) “Old Bay” seasoning for seafood
8) 1 tbsp. light sour cream
9) Swiss cheese, slice or grated
10)Multi grain bread, lightly toasted

Place the canned salmon into a mixing bowl and break the salmon into smaller pieces with a fork. Add the rest of the ingredients (except cheese and toasts), mix together evenly and set aside. Put some grated cheese on the toasts and then place a spoonful of the salmon salad mixture on top. Bake/broil the toasts for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted and then serve.

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