Salmon Wraps 3 Ways | sweetpeasandsaffron.com

These three salmon wraps deliver large on flavor, are simple to prepare, and are great for an simple lunch! Made with simple ingredients, you can make them quickly.

When it comes to simple lunches, wraps are at the very top of my list. From Cajun chicken wraps to Thai turkey lettuce wraps, they are simple to prepare and bold in flavor.

stack of six salmon wraps on a plate

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When it comes to canned salmon, I always think of salmon patties or salmon burgers, but there are so many options beyond that, including serving in wraps.

Today, I’m partnering with Gold Seal to share three delicious salmon wraps. Made with Gold Seal’s modern Skinless Boneless Wild Pink Salmon, which is great for this type of recipe! Traditional salmon with skin and bones is very wealthy in calcium, but I’ve never been a enormous fan of the skin and bones and often pick them out; having them removed already makes prep even quicker.

The other great thing is that the salmon comes in great portion sizes with 2 servings per can: it’s great to open up and use right away!

Wild pink salmon has robust flavor that goes well with the flavors in these recipes. For more recipes featuring Gold Seal’s Wild Pink Salmon, check out their website!

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stack of four cans of salmon

Why you’ll ♡ these salmon wraps

  • they are (mostly) no cook, requiring 10 minutes or less of effort
  • with 13 grams of protein per serving, they will fill you up and fuel you all afternoon long
  • they are full of bold flavors that compliment the salmon

Recipe Video

Watch the video below to see how easily these salmon wraps arrive together. You can find more videos on my YouTube channel!

ingredients needed to make caesar salmon wraps

step by step directions for how to make salmon caesar wraps

1. Salmon Caesar Salad Wraps

Garlicky, creamy and slightly pungent, caesar salad dressing is such a great ingredient to pair with salmon. For this recipe, we have adapted the caesar salad dressing from my kale caesar salad and paired with crunchy romaine lettuce and parmesan cheese.

Wrap it up in a tortilla, and voila! Salmon caesar salad wraps.

prep time– 10 minutes

cook time– 0 min


  • Swap romaine for spinach or massaged kale
  • Swap the homemade caesar dressing for bottled (save yourself 5 minutes!)
  • Swap the tortilla for a low carb wrap, turn it into a sandwich, or serve it in pita bread

ingredients required to make everything bagel wraps

step by step directions to make everything bagel wraps

2. Everything Bagel Salmon Wraps

This simple recipe spreads cream cheese over half the wrap, then sprinkles with everything bagel seasoning. If you can’t find it in the store, you can make your own homemade everything bagel seasoning!

Next, layer the salmon, cucumber slices and bell peppers, wrap it up and enjoy.

prep time– 10 minutes

cook time– 0 minutes


  • swap cream cheese for goat cheese or hummus
  • swap bell peppers for sprouts, tomato slices, or radishes
  • swap cucumbers for grilled zucchini

overhead view of ingredients required to make sushi wraps

step by step directions showing how to make sushi wraps

3. Salmon Sushi Wraps

The flavors of salmon naturally go so well with sushi. To make imitation sushi wraps, we first mix cooked rice with rice vinegar and crumbled seaweed. Next we layer the salmon, sushi rice, cucumber, carrots and avocado, wrap it up, and enjoy!

This recipe goes well with a dipping sauce; consider adding some sriracha mayo onto the wrap for a small kick.

prep time– 10 minutes

cook time– 25 minutes


  • swap rice for sauteed cauliflower rice (you may need to adjust the amount of rice vinegar)
  • swap cucumbers + carrots for thinly sliced bell peppers, shredded cabbage or sautéed and thinly sliced mushrooms
  • consider adding a sauce like sriracha mayo or some pickled ginger for added flavor

More simple lunch recipes

Salmon Wraps 3 Ways

Course: Lunch

Cuisine: American

Keyword: salmon, wrap

Calories: 274kcal

Author: Denise Bustard

Servings: 4 wraps

These three salmon wraps deliver large on flavor, are simple to prepare, and are great for an simple lunch! Made with simple ingredients, you can make them quickly.

Prep Time10 mins

Total Time10 mins

Caesar Salad

  • In a jar or small bowl, mix together the Greek yogurt, avocado mayo, anchovy paste, lemon juice, garlic and pepper until smooth.

  • In a separate larger bowl, place 2 cans of Gold Seal wild pink salmon (drained). Mash with a fork. Add half the dressing, and mix until combined.

  • To assemble wraps, place 1/4 cup of salmon mixture onto the wrap. Top with romaine lettuce, sprinkle with parmesan cheese, and drizzle with additional caesar salad dressing.

  • Wrap tightly, and enjoy.

Sushi wraps

  • Cook rice according to package directions and allow to cool slightly. Stir in the rice vinegar and crumbled seaweed.

  • To assemble wraps, place 1/2 cup of sushi rice, 1/4 cup of Gold Seal wild pink salmon (drained and mashed with a fork), carrot, cucumber and avocado slices onto the wrap. Sprinkle with sesame seeds if desired.

  • Wrap tightly, and enjoy. Great served with sriracha mayo!

Everything bagel wraps

  • Spread out 1-2 tablespoons of cream cheese onto a wrap. Sprinkle with everything bagel seasoning.

  • Add 1/4 cup of Gold Seal wild pink salmon (drained and mashed with a fork) onto the cream cheese, then add cucumber and bell pepper slices.

  • Wrap tightly and enjoy!

These wraps should be served quickly after rolling. They will not keep for more than 2 hours.

Serving: 1everything bagel wrap | Calories: 274kcal | Carbohydrates: 19g | Protein: 24g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 86mg | Sodium: 838mg | Potassium: 513mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 1231IU | Vitamin C: 40mg | Calcium: 297mg | Iron: 2mg

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