Luckily for me, it didn't have any "secret ingredients" and I could easily mimic it when I got home. It's the perfect go-to sandwich on a hot summer day when turning on the oven just doesn't sound appealing. Hot summer days have definitely returned to St. Louis. Like today, my car thermometer read 101. That's hot! The last thing I want to do when I get home from work is turn on the oven to bring more heat into the house. So I look for meals that can be assembled, not necessarily cooked. This salmon sandwich is a superb choice. Pair it with a salad and some fruit -- perfection!
WARNING -- my pictures definitely have a novice (even more than my normal novice) look to them. I was hungry and just didn't have it in me to stage some photos. This sandwich was made, photographed and eaten in record time!
Here's what you need:
Package of smoked salmon
Whipped cream cheese
This is seriously so easy to assembly. I feel kind of silly even taking you through it step by step.
Cut the pretzel bun in half.
Spread on the cream cheese.
Dot with capers. Capers are one of my favorite things, so I usually "dot" pretty heavily.
Lay on the smoke salmon.
Put the top on and enjoy!
This little sandwich is great to take on picnics or slice into smaller pieces and have as a finger food with friends. So yummy!!
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