Salmon sliders are loaded with perfectly cooked salmon and a ton of Asian flavor, and they're ready in just minutes. They're super easy and so delicious.
I'm a big fan of fish and seafood, and I'm always looking for new ways to enjoy them. That's why I love these sliders so much. They have an Asian flair, and they're a fun new way to enjoy salmon.
Why You'll Love This Recipe
- It only uses a handful of ingredients.
- It's super easy and fast!
- It's loaded with flavor in every bite.
- It's a healthy slider recipe that you can feel good about.
Add the almonds and wonton chips last. Don't mix them into the salad mix.
You'll only need a few simple ingredients to make these sliders, and they're all readily available at your local grocery store. Be sure to check the recipe card at the end of the post for exact amounts.
- Olive oil
- Salmon filets, skinless and boneless
- Salt and pepper
- Sweet Hawaiian Rolls
- Asian-style chopped salad kit
This is the easiest slider recipe you'll ever make. It takes less than 10 minutes to cook the fish, and you don't have to fire up the oven! The highlights are here, but you'll find the exact instructions in the recipe card at the end of the post.
1: Cook the fish, breaking it apart as it cooks.
2: Toss the Asian salad with dressing.
3: Add salmon, salad, wonton chips, and sliced almonds to Hawaiian rolls and enjoy!
Substitutions and Variations
- Use your favorite rolls for this recipe.
- You can use pollack, snapper, flounder, and tuna instead if you prefer.
- Toast the buns in a skillet for extra flavor and texture.
- Bread knife
- Mixing bowl
- Spatula or wooden spoon
Refrigerator: Store the salmon on its own for up to 3 days in an air-tight container. Store the salad for the same amount of time. Never refrigerate sliders after they're made.
Freezer: I don't recommend freezing this.
Reheat: Add the salmon to a skillet with a little water and heat over medium-low heat until warm. Then, construct the sliders.
What to Serve with Salmon Sliders
These delicious salmon sliders have a pop of Asian flair, so they're perfect with both classic pairings and Asian fare. Try them with:
- Potato chips
- French fries
- Potato wedges
- Egg rolls
- Don't break the fish up into chunks that are too small.
- Press the fish down just a bit when you add it to the buns so everything layers nicely.
Salmon is done when it's slightly firm and no longer opaque.
Salmon sliders are very healthy. They're loaded with lean protein and veggies!
I prefer them without cheese, but you could add a mild cheese to these sliders.
More Dinner Recipes
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 lb salmon filets, skinless and boneless
- Salt and pepper
- 12 Sweet Hawaiian Rolls
- Asian style chopped salad kit
- Heat olive oil in a medium skillet over medium heat.
- Add salmon filets to heated skillet and season with salt and pepper. Cook for approximately 8 minutes. As salmon cooks, break it apart with a spatula. Set aside.
- In a medium bowl, drizzle sesame ginger dressing over salad blend and toss until coated.
- Assemble sliders by placing cooked salmon, salad mix, sliced almonds, and wonton strips on Hawaiian rolls.
Amount Per Serving Calories 228Total Fat 12gSaturated Fat 3gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 7gCholesterol 51mgSodium 222mgCarbohydrates 18gFiber 2gSugar 5gProtein 13g
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