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Canned Salmon As the Hit of Your Next Party

There is a simple recipe for salmon-spinach party dip that will certainly be a hit at your party.
People won't feel like they're eating the same spinach dip that is served at every party they attend - and they won't have to know that you used Alaska canned salmon in the dip! It will taste like it took you a long time to make and was made with fresh salmon.
All you need is 1 can of Alaska salmon, 1 package of frozen chopped spinach, 1 cup of plain nonfat yogurt, ½ cup of light mayonnaise, ½ cup of chopped parsley, ½ cup of chopped green onions, 1.
2 teaspoon each of dried basil and dill weed, ¼ teaspoon of grated lemon peel and some raw vegetables and crackers to serve it with.
Once you have all the ingredients chopped and ready, it won't take you long to put the dip together for your guests.
You can drain and flake the Alaska canned salmon then combine the salmon with all the other ingredients (other than the raw vegetables and crackers).
The dip is best served when chilled for a couple hours, so be sure you prepare it in plenty of time before the party for the flavors to set in.
You can serve the dip on a tray with the raw vegetables and crackers so everyone can enjoy it.
Some people prefer to eat dip with crackers while others prefer it with vegetables, but the Alaska canned salmon-spinach party dip tastes great with both.
You may even find your guests asking you how long it took you to prepare the dip.
You can always tell them you used fresh salmon because they probably won't be able to taste the difference! The great thing about Alaska canned salmon is that it has a delicious flavor while still keeping all of the nutritional qualities of fresh salmon.
So your guests will be getting important vitamins and minerals while eating your delicious party dip! Then you just have to worry about everyone wanting to come to your house for all the parties since you make the best party dip.
Or you might even have people requesting your Alaska canned salmon-spinach party dip at other peoples' parties.
Which makes it a good thing that the dip is easy to make!

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