We eat a lot of salmon in our house; smoked salmon, grilled salmon, and last night seared salmon. So we had to try and see if we could turn some of the leftovers into a delicious second-day sandwich (It’s what we do after all). In this case, we have a piece of seared salmon with black sesame seeds, fennel seeds, and spices. Since salmon is ‘light’, we decided to add a few grilled vegetables, a bit of cheese, and some thinly sliced pear. Of course, we used roasted garlic as a smear. This combination does hide the salmon taste a bit, but it brings out all the lovely nuances of the grilled veggies, and we were very pleased with the final outcome. Judge for yourself, try it, and let us know what you think in the comment section.
- 1 half of a sesame bagel
- 4 roasted garlic,
- 1 seared piece of salmon
- 2 roasted squash
- 2 roasted yellow bell pepper
- 3 pieces of grilled onion rings
- Shredded primadonna cheese (or Parmesan)
- 3 thin slices of Asian pear
Spread the roasted garlic on the bagel, and place the salmon on top. Spread out the roasted squash, peppers and onion rings evenly. Shred the primadonna cheese on top, and toast the entire sandwich until the bread becomes light golden along the edges, and the cheese begins to melt. Cut three thin slices of Asian pear, and place on top. Enjoy while warm.