Easy Salmon Shell Salad uses canned salmon, green onions, sweet peas, celery, and dill weed. It’s not only a nice change from macaroni salad as a side dish, but also makes a great lunch.
Packed with flavor, this creamy salmon pasta is fast and easy. It begins with canned salmon for convenience, but if you happen to have leftover cooked fresh salmon, by all means, feel free to substitute.
Colorful and tasty, Crab Rice Pilaf can serve as a main or side dish. Preparation time is minimal, and it cooks up in less than 30 minutes. It’s a perfect last minute meal for busy cooks.
We’ve all heard of the benefits of the traditional Mediterranean diet which is composed primarily of vegetables, fish, olive oil, and wine. This Mediterranean pasta dish uses them all.
The outstanding flavor of this salmon bread pudding makes it my absolute favorite savory bread pudding. It makes a fabulous brunch dish that may be served hot or at room temperature, but I like it for a light dinner or lunch.
Ceviche with Shrimp is one of the most popular dishes for vacationers in the Caribbean and Latin America. It is made by marinating fish and shrimp in citrus juices with herbs and a touch of chile heat. There is no cooking is required, so it is perfect for light summer meals or snacks. It is bright, flavorful, refreshing, and easy to make. Try it as a topper for salads, as a dip with tortilla chips, or just eaten plain as an appetizer. You simply must try this dish to experience the various textures and wonderful flavors. Great for low-carb, low-calorie, and paleo diets.
Parmesan Salmon with Herbs makes a show-stopping entree whether you are a novice cook or a master chef. The secret is in the easy preparation method of layering lemon juice, butter, herbs, and grated Parmesan cheese. Preparation is a snap, and it cooks in a hot oven in less than 15 minutes. This recipe will change your mind about oven-baked salmon.
Chicken Sausage Meatballs will breathe new life into your standard party appetizer go-to list. Ground chicken can be pretty bland, but not in this recipe. Fresh pork sausage, Parmesan cheese, anchovies (you won’t taste them at all!), and Dijon mustard really kick up the flavor. The tangy caper sauce is the perfect complement.