Category Archives: fish

Tuna and Tomato Mayonnaise

Tuna and Tomato Mayonnaise (adapted Lunch Boxes and Snacks: Over 120 healthy recipes from delicious sandwiches and salads to hot soups and sweet treats) 3 five ounce cans of tuna, open and drain (the Boy was insulted when I asked him if he knew how to drain a can of tuna properly) 3 Tablespoons softened […]

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Salmon Patties

This recipe comes from the back of an inexpensive package of Chicken of the Sea salmon which I purchased from Amazon (using their subscribe and save option), but what makes it really good was what Jenny used for the ‘seasoned bread crumbs’ called for in the recipe (for low-carb variation scroll down): One 14.75 ounce […]

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Salmon Casserole

16 ounces cooked or canned salmon2 eggs1/2 cup cream1/2 cup bread crumbs or ground pork rinds and almonds2 tablespoons grated onions1 tablespoon lemon juice1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce1 teaspoon dried parsleysalt to tastefreshly ground black pepper3 tablespoons butter1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese preheat oven to 375Lightly oil or butter on ovenproof baking or casserole dishFlake the […]

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Thai Noodle Salad

for dressing combine equal parts lemon juice, teriyaki sauce, and oil- for four servings, two tablespoons each In bowl combine:8 ounces crabmeat (fake stuff is fine), flaked2 1/2 cups cooked linguini or other thin noodlegrated or chopped cabbage, about 4 cups1 cup grated carrots1/3 cup each cilantro and diced scallions Mix well, toss with dressing, […]

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Pickled Mackerel

This recipe is from a Woman’s Day magazine, July, 1942.  I haven’t tried it.  If you do, let me know how it is. Pickled MackerelCosts 18 cents, serves 4 1 pound can mackerel, drained1  cup vinegar1 sliced onion3/4 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon whole mixed pickling spice1/4 teaspoon pepper Place large pieces of mackerel in a shallow […]

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Ten Minute Clam Chowder

This recipe is from the Buffet cookbook I mentioned here. Makes six cups Ingredients 6 slices bacon, cut into small pieces1 finely diced onion1 1/2 T. flour8 ounce bottle clam juice1 pound can (give or take) Italian plum tomatoes1 t. marjoram8 ounce can of minced clams along with the liquid10 ounce can whole baby clams along […]

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Salmon Chowder

The first time we made this (it’s a recipe Jenny found), the FYB had FIVE bowls!! QUICK ALASKA SALMON CHOWDER1 can of salmon (we buy ours at the dollar store)- frozen salmon quickly cooked also works GREAT!! 1 Tablespoon butter OR margarine1 small onion, chopped1 Tablespoon flour3 cups milk (she used cream)2 cups (8 oz.) […]

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Tuna Helper

Tuna HelperYou can make tuna helper with a white sauce recipe. Mix up white sauce with about 4 cups of cooked noodles, a can or two of drained tuna, a little bit of grated cheese and cooked onion. Add sour cream to it to make it richer if you like, or make more white sauce. […]

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Salmon Quesedillas

Salmon Quesedillas Ingredients:Salmonlemon juicegarlicbasilgreen oniontortillascoconut oilbuttergrated cheese Combine cooked salmon- either two cans of salmon or the equivalent amount of fresh or frozen cooked salmon- with lemon juice (about two tablespoons), minced garlic (about two tablespoons, but there could always be more garlic), a couple of tablespoons of basil, and some diced green onion (about […]

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