Salmon Salad Lunch Hack

In a lunch rut? Use this quick recipe for Salmon Salad as inspiration to make your lunch a heart healthy lunch, even when you are short on time. Chopped salad kits are wildly popular as of late and tend to be more forgiving on shelf life than the typical salad mixes of old. Share this with a coworker to spread the heart health love.

Ingredients

Serves: 2

1 bag of chopped salad kit that includes toppings and dressing (we suggest one with poppyseed dressing)

2 mandarin oranges, peeled and separated

1 pouch of salmon in water (2.5oz)

Directions

  1. Using a medium bowl, open the salad kit and pour in all the included ingredients.
  2. Toss together.
  3. Open salmon pouch & crumble on top of salad.
  4. Peel and segment mandarin oranges, dropping them on top of the salad.
  5. Share with another!

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