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Easy, no cook salmon tacos. A perfect quick mid-week, assembly only dinner. Crispy taco shells, topped with salmon, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, avocado and yoghurt.
I’m back today with the second of my recipes for our 7 days of salmon 7 ways with Norwegian Salmon. Tonight is super quick and easy no cook, salmon tacos.
Life here has changed such a lot since September when G&H started school. Our afternoons are a whirlwind of dragging arms full of bags and creations home, followed by swimming lessons, park play dates or tired meltdowns. Those hours from 3pm to 7pm seem to disappear in a flash.
One of the things I’m missing in those hurried afternoons is time to potter in the kitchen with my two little pals. We’ve always spent afternoons cooking together, making breads and cakes. Not that I’m supermum (or even close) but cooking has always been a good activity to keep everyone amused and happy.
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So now, our cooking together activities have to be quick, easy, short and sweet. Hello quick easy assembly no cook salmon tacos! G&H loved putting these tacos together, piling and choosing their favourite bits.
I used supermarket ready cooked Norwegian salmon, which is available in heaps of different flavours. You could even mix and match to suit the whole family.
If you try this, I hope you enjoy getting stuck in to making your own no cook salmon tacos. What’s your favourite easy assembly only dinner?
Tips for making the No Cook Salmon Tacos recipe:
- Serve this straight away as the dressing will make the shells soggy.
- Warm the taco shells in the oven before serving for best results.
- Try varying the fillings to mix and match. You could add some chilli for spice!
How to make the No Cook Salmon Tacos recipe:
No Cook Salmon Tacos
A great mid-week meal that is super quick and super tasty
- 200 g Hot Smoked Norwegian Salmon
- 8 Taco shells
- 1 Lettuce shredded
- 6 Tomatoes chopped
- 1 Avocado peeled and sliced
- 150 g Cheddar cheese grated
- 150 g Greek yoghurt
- Warm the taco shells in the oven according to instructions.
- Pile up your taco fillings and enjoy immediately!
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Disclosure: This recipe was an advertorial post commissioned by the Norwegian Seafood Council. As always, all opinions are truthful.