Trident Alaskan salmon burger, celery root slaw, and wild rice

by Mary on December 13, 2011

Trident salmon burger with rice and celeriac slaw

Trident Alaskan salmon burger

Thought you might like to see the whole menu from the night I made the celery root slaw. The dark wild rice and pale celery root contrasted nicely. It’s great when I can make just one item and pull the rest from the freezer as I did this night. The wild rice was a frozen leftover. The Trident salmon burgers are made from wild Alaskan salmon.

I don’t use a lot of packaged food, but Trident is a local Washington seafood company and I like their other seafood. Here’s what’s in them:

Pink and/or Keta salmon, water, canola oil, contains 2% or less of: lemon juice from concentrate, sea salt, ground onion, garlic powder, spice, natural smoke flavor, natural flavor, vegetable extractives, color added. Par-fried in soybean and/or canola oil.

A Trident rep assured me that the burgers have no chemical or synthetic ingredients. The color is annatto and beet juice, the natural flavor is an herb extract, and the vegetable extract is a root vegetable. No MSG or hydrolyzed yeast is used. The burgers have no gluten ingredients but are made on shared equipment.

Good enough for me! I’m glad these burgers can keep their place in my freezer. They are available at Costco and other groceries as well as through

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