3.30.2017

Creamed Salmon Over Noodles | Easy Recipe



This recipe is adapted from an old cookbook of mine, Seafood Twice a Week. It's a fast and easy recipe that uses many ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.





You could substitute tuna for the salmon, if you like. You could also double or triple this recipe, if you are feeding a crowd. As written, this recipe serves 4. I hope you enjoy today's video!

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I hope you all enjoy today's quick and easy recipe. As a side note, this video is a few months old, and as such was shot with my old camera.

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7 comments:

Gumbo Lily said...

Yum! The mozzarella cheese sounds very good with it. Have you ever made salmon patties? I love those for a quick & easy fish meal.

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Carolyn Maves said...

I loved seeing the Blue Willow plate. I recently acquired a vintage set of Blue Willow dishes, I enjoy using my different sets of old dishes to make a simple meal more special. Add a pretty place mat and napkin and you have added a little extra touch to an ordinary day. Thank you for your positive and encouraging message.

cleigh said...

WooHoo, Jennifer! Let's hear it for a Lenten "fish on Friday meal"! Making this tonight - thank you!

mimimanderly said...

I don't buy canned salmon; I get filets or salmon steaks from the fish shop and freeze them. They thaw in about a day in the fridge. My super quick and easy salmon recipe is this: I take a pint of grape tomatoes and put them in the bottom of a baking dish, tossing them with a drizzle of olive oil, salt, and pepper. I nestle the salmon amongst the tomatoes, sprinkle with salt and pepper, then I sprinkle a couple teaspoons of curry powder over the lot. I bake it in a 400 degree oven for 20 minutes, and serve it over rice. I generally make up a lot of rice ahead of time, some for the fridge for meals I am making that week, and any excess goes in the freezer for future meals. My husband loves this dish, but I find that it is important to get salmon from an actual fish market; supermarket fish just does not taste as good. I think it may be because when you only do one thing, you tend to do it better than someone who tries to be all things to all people.

BLESSED WOMAN said...

I just made it and it is delicious! I doubled the recipe and added some parm along with frozen peas, carrots, green beans. Husband and daughter do not like salmon so I used 3 cans of tuna instead of the salmon. =]

The Uncluttered Family said...

Kids loved it! Thanks!

Vicki Zimmerman said...

I made the Creamed Salmon Over Noodles for dinner this evening and we loved the taste and I loved the simplicity of a great entree. Thank you for this recipe! As mentioned in another comment, I don't like to use canned salmon, so I did an interesting thing and bought the poached salmon from Gelson's deli. It always comes with a mustard sauce, so I rinsed off the sauce in a strainer and it was a freshly-poached piece of boneless salmon ready to go. I used penne noodles since I had them here at home and they worked beautifully. I served it with steamed green beans and drizzled the green beans with Mr. Yoshida's sweet teriyaki sauce (yes! the same one you use on baked salmon) and sesame seeds. I had a raspberry-blueberry-apply crumble for dessert (a variation of Ina Garten's recipe). It was all so delicious.

 
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