Perfect for a picnic lunch or easy dinner, these smoked salmon lavash wraps come together quickly and are packed with healthy nutrients.
As I mentioned in a previous post, cooked salmon and I just don’t get along. But sushi salmon? One of my favorite foods. Smoked salmon? Yes please! As I’m trying to follow my own nutrition advice by eating more fish during the week, I took inspiration from our recent trip to NYC (the smoked salmon-wrapped poached eggs at Penelope’s is brunch genius!) and came up with these smoked salmon and lavash wraps that are filling enough for dinner or lunch.
While I went traditional the first night I made these wraps (as you’ll see in the pictures), I swapped out the cream cheese for avocado the next night and honestly liked it even better. So up to you if you want cream cheese or smashed avocado for the creamy factor.
I’ve also seen a lot of places putting tomato in their lox breakfast sandwiches, but tomato and salmon just don’t go together in my world. However, feel free to add a few tomato slices or even some sprouts would be delicious in these.
For the lavash rolls, I used a multigrain 230 calorie one, but feel free to use a lower calorie and/or carb wrap depending on your nutritional goals.
So here’s a toast to an easy wrap with healthy fat!
Smoked Salmon Lavash WrapsPrint Recipe
- 8 ounces smoked salmon
- ½ cup herbed cream cheese (I prefer to used whipped as it spreads easier)*
- 1 large English cucumber, sliced thin vertically
- 4 slices multigrain lavash bread
Spread 2 tablespoons herbed cream cheese (or mashed avocado if using instead) over each piece of lavash bread. Place cucumber slices, spinach, and 2-oz smoked salmon in the middle of each piece then roll up tightly.
Cut wraps in half and serve!
*Option to use 1 avocado, mashed, instead of the cream cheese.