Why Make Salmon Dip?
I fell in love the first time I had the Whole Foods Salmon Dip. I couldn’t get enough of it. I knew I had to make it at home. At the store it was pretty expensive but more importantly, I wanted to know the quality of ingredients used.
I was most concerned about the salmon and mayonnaise. Farmed salmon is very widely used in stores and in restaurants. Since I only eat wild caught salmon, I prefer to buy my own. I am also not a fan of store bought mayo. I use my own homemade mayonnaise to ensure the best quality. It’s just as tasty as it’s store bought cousin and I feel comfortable knowing I approve of all the ingredients used.
I bake fresh wild caught salmon up to 1 day in advance. Make sure you remove the skin while the salmon is still warm. Chill it afterwards until you are ready to use it. Check out my baked salmon recipe if you are unsure about how to prepare fresh salmon.
My favorite way to eat salmon dip is dipping plantain chips in them. I also dip veggies in it, serve in a tomato, on a bed of lettuce and often times I can’t stop myself from just eating it with a spoon. Eat this any way you wish. It can be snack or a meal. Regardless of how you serve it, I am sure you will be back for more!
Learn To Make Salmon Dip. Check out the video & printable recipe below.
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