Salmon Crescent Rolls with Spinach and Feta

Whether you’re looking for a dinner or party recipe, these salmon crescent rolls will fit the bill! They are easy to make and seem fancy even though they are super simple!

Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef

I hope you aren’t tired of refrigerator dough recipes yet because I can’t stop using this go-to ingredient, like in these Salmon Crescent Rolls! It’s hard to resist wrapping all kinds of things in crescent roll, biscuit, or pizza dough. This time I tried salmon, feta, and spinach, and boy was it good. When I mentioned salmon and crescent rolls together to my husband, he raised a suspicious eyebrow. (He’s really good at only raising one eyebrow. Any time I try that, I just raise both and look surprised, which is usually not what I’m after.) He was pleasantly surprised at how much he enjoyed these!

This recipe is inspired by a dish I found on A Taste of Home. The original recipe is no doubt great, but I wanted to lighten it up a bit. You would never know these satisfying salmon crescent rolls were a healthier version! Let’s see how to make this simple dinner…

Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef
First divide your crescent rolls into triangles, and sprinkle each one with about a tablespoon of feta.
Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef
Next, add a few leaves of spinach on top, and sprinkle with seasoned salt.
Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef
Place your piece of salmon closer to the small end of the triangle (as shown).
Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef
Roll the wide end over the top of the salmon, bring the small end up, and press dough together to seal.
Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef
Place rolls on a baking dish lined with a silicone mat or aluminum foil sprayed with cooking spray, and bake at 350 degrees F for about 18 minutes.
Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef
Enjoy your easy, fancy, tasty dinner!
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Salmon Crescent Rollups with Spinach and Feta | The Weary Chef

Salmon Crescent Rolls with Spinach and Feta

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Try salmon a new way: Wrap it with flaky crescent roll dough, spinach, and feta cheese!

  • Total Time: 28 minutes
  • Yield: 4 1x

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Instructions

  1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Unroll crescent roll dough and divide into triangles. Spread 1 tbsp. feta evenly over each piece of dough.
  3. Arrange about 1/4 c. of baby spinach leaves over the feta, and sprinkle lightly with seasoned salt. Place piece of salmon on the dough closer to the short end of the triangle as shown here:
  4. Roll the large side of the dough over the top of the salmon, and pull the short end of the triangle over the top. Press the small corner down to hold the dough together.
  5.  Place your rollups on a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or aluminum foil sprayed with cooking spray. Bake in preheated oven for 18 minutes, or until crescent rolls are brown and salmon is cooked completely.

Notes

Also try this recipe with boneless, skinless chicken breasts!

  • Author: Andi
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 18
  • Category: Main
The Salmon Crescent Rolls are so simple to make and make a perfect party food or dinner!

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Andi Gleeson, food blogger

Andi Gleeson

Andi Gleeson is a passionate blogger and mom based in San Francisco who focuses on easy and delicious dinner recipes.

4 comments

Ken Angyal
6 months ago

can parchment paper be used insta4ed of foil ??

Anthony
2 months ago

yes it can

Kendra
11 years ago

This is such a great recipe! I loved it!

Andi
11 years ago

Thanks, Kendra! I’m so glad to hear it :)

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