Salmon is the perfect protein for you next salad whether it is freshly barbecued or a piece or succulent smoked salmon.
This is a very easy to make pasta salad and it uses tinned salmon instead of tuna. It's perfect as a side dish for a barbecue and it keeps well.
This is an easy salad to make with minimal cutting yet is a filling and healthy meal with nuts, cheese and salmon.
Red caviar, or salmon roe, adds a salty richness to this dish but this salad is fine without it.
This is a delicious smoked salmon salad that is accompanied by pistachio and cashew nuts making it very healthy.
This recipe makes a delicious smoked salmon pasta salad, the perfect side dish for a summer barbecue. Or you can just make it as a light meal on its own.
Salmon is poached in wine and fish stock, and then arranged with peas over iceberg lettuce. A drizzle of creamy dressing finishes the dish.
This salmon and avocado salad with cucumber, capers and lemon juice is a nice and simple lunch or easy starter.
This recipe is a colourful and delicious platter for two. All the components of the salad are separated into piles so you can help yourself and make your own mixed salad. If you don't like raw salmon, try using smoked salmon slices or pan-fry some fresh salmon.
Although it sounds like an unusual combo, the tartness of the apple in this recipe marries perfectly with the richness of the salmon, the aniseed bite of the fennel and the fluffy centre of the roasted potatoes.
This warm pasta salad is perfect for spring or summer time. I like to use in-season produce such as mixed cherry tomatoes and asparagus. To save time, hot smoked salmon fillets can be used instead of poaching fresh salmon.