Salmon Potato Salad Toast

Give your potato salad a Japanese twist by addng lightly salted salmon, soy sauce and wasabi. Top on a slice of toast for a delicious snack or party appetizer!

Salmon Potato Salad Toast
Photographed by HITOSHI MATSUSHIMA


Recipe by
Kyoko Tateno

Average

Seafood

Vegetables

Party

400kcal

30minutes

Calorie count is per serving.

Ingredients (Serves 4)

  • 4 slices white bread (approx. 2 cm thick)
  • 3 potatoes (medium-sized) (350 g)
  • 1 fillet amajio lightly salted salmon
  • 3-4 leaves cabbage
  • Salt
  • [A]

    • 2 rounded tbsp mayonnaise (preferably Japanese)
    • 2 tbsp plain yogurt
      Note

      *If unavailable, use milk.

    • 1 tsp wasabi paste
      Note

      *Adjust amount to taste.

    • Less than 2 tsp sugar
    • 1 tsp soy sauce
    • A pinch of salt

Directions

1

Thoroughly wash the potatoes. Place in a heat-resistant dish and lightly cover with plastic wrap. Microwave (600 W) for 6-7 minutes. Use a bamboo skewer to test the potatoes. If you can pierce them with little resistance, they're done. Place them under running water until cool enough to handle and then peel.

2

Use a grill or frying pan to cook both sides of the salted salmon until golden brown. Set aside until cool enough to handle. Remove the skin and bones, and tear into small pieces.

3

Make a V-cut in each cabbage leaf to remove the tough central stem. Add a pinch of salt to a pot of boiling water. Add the cabbage stems and boil for 30 seconds. Add the leaves and boil for 20 more seconds. Drain and cool. Cut the stems into thin slices. Cut the leaves into 1.5 cm squares. Lightly squeeze to remove excess water.

4

Grill both sides of the bread until golden brown. Set aside to cool slightly.

5

Mix [A] in a bowl, then add the salmon and cabbage. Use your hands to crumble the potatoes and add to the mixture. Mix together.

6

Use a spatula to spread the mixture over the bread to form a mound. Cut into desired sizes.

Advice

The potato salad sticks to the bread, so it can be cut and eaten without making a mess.