Martha Stewart



These salty, crunchy treats are a tasty way to rediscover a frequently wasted food.

Don't—we repeat, don't—throw the salmon skin in the trash if the recipe calls for skinless filets of salmon and you're making it for dinner


In addition to wasting a healthy portion of the fish, doing so prevents you from enjoying the delicious seafood delicacy known as crispy salmon skin chips.

The best part is that you already possess everything required to construct them.


What Are Salmon Skin Chips?

What could possibly be bad with crispy, salty, crunchy, and umami salmon skin chips? 


According to David McCasland, a former salmon fisher in Alaska who is now a chef and the proprietor of Deckhand Dave's

 They maintain a mild salmon flavor and a crunch that rivals chips when you fry them in oil. 

They make a delicious snack on their own, dipped into hummus, guacamole, or another serving dip, 

 and may also be used as a crunchy garnish on salmon meals, salads, and vegetable sides.