Since I had my baby WIC is now offering me a canned fish option. I'm sticking with salmon, rather than tuna, because of the mercury content. However, I have no clue what to do with the stuff! I have an easy cake recipe but that seems like it would get redundant after a while.
Do you have any good recipes with canned salmon in it? Care to share? I would prefer easy but yummy with a minimal ingredients list. Croc pot or ones that can be prepped in advance are wonderful since LO is a bear in the evening but a breeze in the morning/early afternoon.
Salmon croquettes with egg sauce are a staple around our place, we eat it at least once a month if not more, and I never seem to get tired of it. I usually make those with the canned salmon that includes skin and bones, but if you have the boneless, skinless kind you have a lot more options.... basically just use it like tuna.
-Mix it with mayo and make a salmon salad sandwich (or salad). Sometimes I toast the bread, then leave the sandwich open and melt cheese on it for a salmon melt.
-Spreads and dips
This website has a lot of good canned salmon recipes http://www.alaskaseafood.org/canned/recipes/recipes.html
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