Trader Joe’s Canned Salmon, Wild Caught

This Trader Joe’s Canned Salmon has a really fresh and healthy tasting flavor. The fact that canned wild Alaskan salmon is a really healthy and easy meal is an added bonus. It lasts seemingly forever in your pantry too! The salmon nutrition facts list only 60 calories per serving. Even when I add this to a salad or indulge in some cake or ice cream after, I don’t feel as guilty knowing I ate a healthy meal. Sometimes I put this wild canned salmon on a wedge of iceberg lettuce. If you add some citrus dressing it cuts the salmon taste just a bit. This makes a GREAT sandwich as well! Here is a little more information about this trader joes canned salmon…….

  • Wild Alaskan pink canned salmon that has only two ingredients, salmon and salt
  • Skinless and boneless as usual with all Trader Joe’s canned salmon
  • Sourced from USA salmon
  • Net Weight: 6 Ounces

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Trader Joe’s Canned Salmon

I usually keep five or six of these Trader Joe’s canned wild salmon in my pantry. It’s great when I am in need of a quick protein fix or a health snack. Because the nutrition in wild salmon is so good, I don’t feel guilty taking down an entire can in one sitting. Some ask ‘can you freeze it? Freezing the canned salmon is not recommended, but if you buy the fresh sockeye salmon, that is definitely able to be frozen. You can do this either before or after you cook it, although I’ve found salmon that is cooked first and then frozen is easy to reheat. It’s never as good the first day, but I have no problem eating leftovers. The best part is you don’t have to worry about the salmon being under cooked. Here are a few options if you can’t make it to TJs in person…

Trader Joe’s Alaskan Wild Pink Salmon 6 oz Can, (6 Pack)

StarKist Wild Pink Salmon – Skinless, Boneless – 5 oz Can (Pack of 12)

Price: $3.99

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3 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Canned Salmon, Wild Caught

  1. Just bought the canned Kirkland Salmon. It’s several large cubes of neon orange something. What a disappointment compared to Bear and Wolf. I thought when Costco replaces a brand with their own, it improves in quality. I eat salmon right out of the can, but couldn’t even get the first bite down…yuck.

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