Salmon sliders are an easy and tasty appetizer. They can be topped with a variety of toppings, including an aioli sauce.
The aioli is made from mayonnaise, mustard, dill, and lemon juice. It’s delicious on its own or paired with a side of slaw.
Spicy mayo is a delicious Japanese condiment that is often used as a dipping sauce for sushi rolls or poke bowls. However, it can also be a great way to elevate other foods. You can use it as a dressing for our Vegan Banh Mi or Vegetarian Banh Mi, a dipping sauce for pesto Swiss and Turkey Sliders, or as a marinade for ahi tuna poke.
The basic spicy mayo recipe is easy to make at home and only requires three ingredients: mayonnaise, Sriracha hot sauce, and lime juice. It’s the perfect condiment for any meal and will keep in the fridge for up to 1 month.
It can be made with different spices to suit your preferences. For example, you can make a Southern-style spicy mayo with Tabasco or Crystal hot sauce or a Tex-Mex version using chipotle peppers and adobo sauce from a can.
You can also make it a bit less spicy by reducing the amount of Sriracha, or adding in a squeeze of lime for brighter flavors. This homemade version is the perfect addition to any sandwich, salad, or burger and it’s super easy to make!
This easy salmon slider recipe is made with a blackened salmon fillet, a spicy mayo, and toppings like pickled cucumbers and avocado. It’s the perfect finger food for game day or when you want something quick and tasty!
These mini burgers are so easy to prepare and they’re also gluten free. To make them a little healthier, you can add cooked quinoa to the mix instead of breadcrumbs.
They’re delicious for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! You can even make them as appetizers for a party.
If you don’t have a food processor, you can easily make this recipe by mixing together all of the ingredients in a large bowl. Then, shape the mixture into patties and fry them on a pan.
This spicy mayo is great with sushi and poke bowls, but you can also use it as a dipping sauce for sweet potatoes, French fries, or hash browns. You can even mix it into your favorite aioli recipe for a fun, new flavor.
This easy-to-make salmon slider recipe is an affordable and healthy dinner option. You’ll love the flavors of salmon, spicy chipotle peppers, and panko in these delicious burgers!
You can easily substitute these burgers with other types of fish, such as tuna or cod. They’re high in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which are good for your brain and heart health.
These burgers are served on buns coated in a lemon-chive mayo, which is a delicious tangy sauce. The combination of lemon zest, garlic, and dill adds a light and flavorful touch to this dish.
This recipe is perfect for a rainy day, a tailgate party, or even a meal with the kids on game day. You can also make these burgers ahead of time and keep them in the freezer to use later.
The burgers can be topped with your favorite toppings, including a simple slaw and chipotle mayo. For a fun twist, you can top them with crunchy watermelon radish.
Depending on your taste, you can opt for a more savory or spicy version of the sauce. You can add sriracha, sriracha aioli (mayonnaise and sriracha mixed together), or spicy Dan-O’s to give your burgers some extra kick!
A tangy and zesty sauce that goes well with any type of fish. This sauce is made with dill, lemon juice, garlic, and mayonnaise.
This sauce is simple to make and can be stored in the fridge for later. It’s best made in a food processor, but you can also mix it by hand.
If you prefer, you can also grate the lemon zest into the salmon before pulsing. It will add a little more flavor to the dish and make it stand out more!
These patties can be grilled or baked. You can even serve them in a lettuce wrap for a quick and healthy meal!
For a more healthy alternative, you can make these quinoa salmon burgers. This is a great way to get more fiber in your diet and enjoy all the flavor of salmon without sacrificing nutrition!
These quinoa salmon burgers can be topped with your choice of toppings, such as guacamole or a fresh salad. They’re also a great meal option for people on a gluten-free diet!
A marinade is a liquid that can be used to soak meat, seafood, or vegetables in order to tenderize and add flavor. A good marinade will be a mix of seasoned liquid ingredients that work well with the type of meat or seafood being marinated.
This Asian marinade is a great addition to any dish that requires meat or fish. It works wonderfully with beef, pork, and chicken as well as any other types of fish or vegetable. You can use it as a dip or a sauce for grilled meats or veggies, and it can also be added to rice or other grain-based dishes for extra flavor and moisture.
If you are a gluten-free eater, you can also make this recipe without the breadcrumbs. In place of breadcrumbs, you can dredge the salmon in Panko breadcrumbs.
You can also serve this Asian salmon sliders with a side of sriracha mayo and lettuce. It is a quick and easy dinner that the whole family will love.
To prepare this dish, you will need to marinate the salmon for about 15-30 minutes. You will want to make sure you turn the fish over at least once during this time, so that all of the ingredients can work together to create a delicious flavor combination.
Once the salmon is done marinating, you will need to grill it. It should only take about 5-8 minutes on each side, depending on how you like it cooked. You will want to remove it from the pan once it is golden brown on each side.
In order to grill this dish, you will need to pre-heat your grill to medium heat. Once the grill is heated, place the salmon in the hot pan and cook until the edges start to turn opaque and the center of the fish reaches an internal temperature of 170 degrees Fahrenheit with an instant-read thermometer.
You can serve this meal with a variety of veggie sides, but I would recommend serving it with roasted vegetables or garlicky blistered green beans. This will help to keep you on track with your health goals while still enjoying a delicious meal that is satisfying and full of flavor.
Radishes are a staple for salads and sandwiches. They add color and crunch, and they also make a great base for dressings and sauces. But if you want to elevate your salad to the next level, try adding a twist with watermelon radish.
Unlike the drab green radishes that most grocery stores stock, watermelon radishes have a striated pink interior. This deceptive vegetable, also known as rose heart, beauty heart, shinrimei, and misato, is a heirloom Chinese daikon radish with a sweet, peppery flavor.
While watermelon radishes are often used in salads, they can also be paired with other vegetables to make a deliciously fresh and crunchy side dish. They can be roasted or braised with other root vegetables for added texture and flavor, but they’re also delicious raw.
Watermelon radishes are available year-round, but they thrive best in cooler temperatures. They can be stored in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator for up to a week, or until they’re ripe.
When shopping for watermelon radishes, be sure to choose ones that are firm to the touch and heavy for their size. They should not have blemishes or deep cracks.
You can use this beautiful radish in all types of dishes, including soups, stews, and savory marinades. They are also delicious when eaten raw, and they’re a good addition to salads.
If you’re looking for a more mild flavor, you can slice the radish in half and soak it in cold water for 20 minutes to remove some of the heat. This will allow you to enjoy the sweet, peppery taste without all the heat.
Finally, you can serve the watermelon radish in a sliced or shredded form as a topping for your favorite salads. It’s an easy way to get a healthy dose of vitamin C into your diet!
These radish slices are delicious on their own, but they’re especially stunning when topped with your favorite salmon recipe. They’re a fun, colorful alternative to traditional salads that will be sure to please your guests! They’re perfect for potlucks, picnics, or any other occasion where you need to impress.