In a large bowl, mix the salmon, mustard, ricotta and dill. Season lightly with salt and pepper.
Top each toast with ½ of the mixture, about ⅓ cup.
Top the salmon with a lettuce leaf and 4 cherry tomatoes.
Classic water-packed tuna can be substituted for the salmon and feel free to vary the herbs. A tablespoon of minced chives is delightful and a handful of chopped basil is also a good alternative for the dill.Toasted bread adds a nice crunch to the sandwich, so I normally avoid serving it on plain bread.Garden cherry tomatoes are the best here, however other veggies can be served on top like cucumbers or larger tomato slices.Dijon mustard is a staple that really needs to be given a lot of attention. It seems to do everything! It thickens a vinaigrette, adds a pungent taste and is available everywhere in many forms.I love to try new mustards--made with champagne, beer, apple cider vinegar. I suggest making a point of investigating whatever local mustards are in your area. They are priceless!Serving size: 1 salmon sandwich (⅓ cup mixed salmon salad + 1 slice whole grain bread + veggie toppings)4*SmartPoints (Green plan)3*SmartPoints (Blue plan)3*SmartPoints (Purple plan)3*PointsPlus (Old plan)
Open-Faced Salmon Sandwich
Amount Per Serving (1 salmon sandwich)
Calories 125Calories from Fat 37
% Daily Value*
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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