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Wild Alaska Salmon Summer Rolls with Honey Mustard Sauce

Wild Alaska Salmon Summer Rolls with Honey Mustard Sauce

Popsie's sushi-grade wild caught Alaska Sockeye salmon make these sushi-like roll-ups a delicate, delicious treat.  These fresh summer rolls are a great way to keep the heat out of the kitchen. Because Popsie's fish is sushi/sashimi grade, using it raw in dishes like this one is totally safe and delicious!

Wild Alaska Salmon Summer Rolls with Honey Mustard Sauce

Servings: 4                  Prep Time: 45 minutes             Cook Time: 0 minutes

Author: Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute

Wild Alaska Salmon summer rolls with honey mustard sauce


For the rolls

For the sauce

    • 3 tbsps medium hot mustard
    • 1 tbsp honey
    • 2-3 tbsps plain Greek yogurt
    • 1/2 clove garlic, minced
    • 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
    • 1 tbsp canola oil
    • Salt and pepper, to taste
    • Fresh dill


    Step 1: Prep ingredients

    • Cut bell pepper, cucumber and carrots into narrow strips or sticks. 

    • Pluck the mint leaves from the stem.
    • Cut the wild salmon into thin strips, skin removed.
    • Pour boiling water over the rice noodles and let them stand (according to package instructions).

    Step 2: Assemble summer rolls

    • One at the time, wet the rice sheets in lukewarm water on a shallow plate.


      Soak until rice sheet is pliable.
    • Layer mint, wild Alaska salmon, rice noodles and vegetables of choice in the center. Be careful not to add too much filling.
    • Begin to roll the summer roll by folding the top and bottom ends inward and finally roll into a roll.
    • Repeat with remaining rice sheets and filling.

    Step 3: Make the sauce

    • For the honey mustard sauce, mix all the ingredients together. For a less intense flavor, add more yogurt.

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