Alaskan Salmon Salsa - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

November 12, 2004

Alaskan Salmon Salsa

Yield: 3 quarts

3.3 lb. pouch or 64 oz. can red or pink Alaska salmon

Drained 2 cups red onion

Chopped 2 cups cucumber

Seeded and chopped 4 cups tomatoes

Seeded and finely chopped ½ cups fresh parsley or cilantro

Chopped 2 tsp. Jalapeno pepper (finely chopped)

½ cup lemon juice

½ cup olive oil

Salt

Freshly ground black pepper

Tortilla chips

In a large bowl, gently break drained salmon into large chunks, removing any skin and bones. In a separate bowl, combine red onion, cucumber, tomatoes, parsley or cilantro and jalapeno pepper. Blend thoroughly. Stir lemon juice and olive oil into tomato mixture. Mix well. Add salmon to mixture and toss lightly, being careful not to break up the salmon chunks. Season with salt and pepper. Place in serving bowl. Cover and refrigerate until time of use.

Note: Allowing a holding time of at least one hour improves the flavor by allowing the flavors to marry.  May be made ahead and refrigerated until time of use. Best if used within two days.

Serving suggestions:

1. Serve as a salsa with tortilla chips;

2. Portion approximately ½ cup of mixture on 8-inch flour tortillas to make a tortilla rolls or wraps.

Optional: lightly spread tortillas with cream cheese before spreading with salmon mixture. Place approximately 1 tablespoon of mixture on each tortilla chip and serve immediately as a canapé.

Academy Events and Catering 334-567-7322 or 334-318-3047

Powered by Frankly