Tinned salmon makes a great fish ingredient when the fresh stuff isn’t available. These recipes include salmon patties, salads and bakes.
These salmon cakes are served with a delicious mustard, dill and vinegar sauce. A lovely light lunch, full of flavour.
There's no such thing as an empty pantry, as this recipe demonstrates. With a tin of this and a bunch of that, I soon discovered that it's possible to improvise something that will impress even the fussiest guest. Ideal to serve with some fresh Italian-style bread. Helps to wipe the plate clean!
Cream cheese is given a kick with hot chilli sauce for an almost instant salmon pâté. Great as an entree, it could also fill a special sandwich.
This is a popular mid week meal as we always seem to have a tin of salmon in the house. It does work with fresh salmon too.
This easy to make recipe is a family favourite, especially on Good Friday.
This is an easy and tasty party dip with salmon, cream cheese and lemon juice. Garnish with parsley and serve with crackers.
Give those fatty beef burgers a miss and try these heart-healthy, thick, juicy salmon ‘burgers’ instead. And while you're at it, leave the tomato sauce in the fridge and slather the salmon patties with a homemade tomato-garlic sauce.
Salmon patties are delicious, versatile and easy to make. Great for a quick dinner or in a sandwich or burger and even cold the next day. This mixture could also be a pie or filo filling.
These salmon cakes are simple to make and simply delicious. You can of course substitute cooked fresh salmon for canned. These are good for fishburgers or rissoles too.
This is so easy, and if you use frozen broccoli you can keep all the ingredients in the house, making it a great stand-by recipe. So good you will want to eat it straight from the pan!