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Wild Pacific Salmon Dip

Updated: May 22

Wild Pacific Salmon Dip is the perfect dish for your next party. It is easy to make and tastes incredible! Here is the recipe I use.


First and foremost you need to start with a good piece of Wild Pacific Salmon. Wild salmon tastes so much better than farm raised that is is not even comparable. It is also much better for you. For this dip, I used a fillet of a King Salmon I caught on the Olympic Peninsula.

First prepare your fillet for the grill


Add Truffle Slat, Dill, Pepper, Sweet Onion, Butter & Lemon to your Salmon Fillet

Ingredients for the Salmon Fillet

Truffle Salt

Pepper

1 Sweet Onion

Butter

Lemon

Dill


Salmon Fillet is ready for the grill!
  1. Place the fillet in an aluminum foil boat and sprinkle truffle salt over the fillet.

  2. Place generous pats of butter over the fillet

  3. Slice a whole sweet onion and place the slices over the whole area.

  4. The onion slices will be used in the dip

  5. Sprinkle a generous amount of dill over the fillet

  6. Squeeze 1/2 of a large lemon over the top of the Fillet

Place Fillet on the grill at 350 and cool until the meat easily flakes off.

Salmon is done when the meat flakes easily

Once the Filet is fully cooked, remove from the grill and get ready to make the dip


Ingredients for the dip

  1. Cooked Wild Pacific Salmon Fillet

  2. Sweet onions cooked with the fillet

  3. 3 to 5 baby dill pickles

  4. 2 to 3 stalks of celery

  5. Mayonnaise


Remove Onions and chop with Celery and Baby Dill Pickles

First remove the onion slices from the cooked wild salmon fillet and chop into small pieces - do the same with the baby dill pickles and celery


Put each ingredient into separate containers and fill a fourth container with mayonnaise in roughly the same proportion as the other ingredients


Remove the salmon fillet from the foil, and place into a large mixing bowl.

Mix Salmon Fillet in a bowl and remove bones

With a fork, stir and mince the salmon fillet into small pieces. As you do this pick out any bones you see. Make sure to get out all the bones, and do this until all the pieces of the fillet are worked down into equally small pieces.


Mix in Onions, Celery and Pickles

Once you have mixed and de-boned the salmon, add the pickles, celery, onions and mix it all together.


Add Mayo to get the texture you desire

Next, add in a couple of table spoons of mayo and mix into the dip. Add additional mayo until you reach the consistency you feel is right for you. ( be carefully not to add too much at first, you don’t want to over do it. Just keep adding small amounts until you reach the consistency that you like)


Serve with crackers of your choice and enjoy!

Place dip in a serving bowl and serve with you favorite crackers!


Hope you enjoy!!


Bill



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