This is a simple summer salad that incorporates the buttery goodness of sockeye salmon with the sharp peppery leaves of arugula and the creaminess of avocado. We ate this last week on our patio in the gorgeous shade of a beautiful summer evening and we loved every last bite of it. Drizzled with my Creamy Avocado Citrus Dressing, this salad is going to be a favorite with us through the hot days of summer.
Preheat your oven to 400º.
Take a nice piece of sockeye salmon and place it on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper (or sprayed). Drizzle a little olive oil over top, sprinkle it with salt and pepper and rub it all over with your hands.
Pop it into the oven for 10 to 12 minutes.
Meanwhile, assemble your salads. This is what we used…but you could add to or subtract anything you like.
We used arugula, two colors of cherry tomatoes, chopped avocado, freshly sliced radishes (from our garden!), and green onions.
When the salmon was done, I just took a fork and began to pull and flake it off the skin.
I cannot tell you how much I just adore sockeye salmon. If you think you hate salmon, give it a try. It’s buttery and moist and wonderful without much fishiness.
Place a good heaping right on top of the salad.
And listen here folks! You MUST make this dressing to go on it!
It just makes it perfect. Creamy Avocado Citrus Dressing.
The combination here of the peppery arugula, the fresh burst of juciness and acidity of the tomatoes, the creamy buttery avocado and salmon and the crunch of the radish all drizzled with this creamy dressing is amazing.
And perfect for summer. Try it!
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