Smoked Salmon Salad with Gaucamayo
Updated: Aug 26, 2020
A no-cook meal is always a breeze. This is one of our household favorites when we are running low on time. You can pick up a smoked salmon filet at most grocery stores, mix it together with ingredients on hand, and you have yourself a meal!
Gaucamayo is an avocado/mayo combo that makes this recipe pop. You are getting an amazing dose of good fats and it will take you under 5 minutes.
We like to serve this on a bed of greens, aside fermented and/or fresh veggies, or you can put it in a biscuit for a meal on the go.
If you don’t have a smoked salmon fillet on hand you can always use a canned (wild-caught) salmon or baked salmon, but you may need to add more seasonings as these tend to have a more mild flavor profile.
If you don't have my Basic Blender Mayo on hand (far superior to any store-bought mayo), either of these mayos (made with sunflower oil or avocado oil), are much better alternatives to traditional mayo made with canola oil.
Yield: 2 ½ c or about 3 servings
1 lb smoked salmon fillet, skin removed
2T basic blender mayo
2 T green onions
1 t dill
½ t sea salt
½ t white pepper
Flake Salmon into a small mixing bowl.
Scoop out flesh of avocado and add to mixing bowl along with mayo.
Mash avocado and mayo together with a fork.
Add all other ingredients and stir to combine.
Notes: You can sub canned (wild caught) salmon for the smoked salmon or use baked salmon fillets.
About this Recipe:
paleo dairy free ketogenic coconut free nut free