Salmon Loaf

If this doesn’t say 1963, I don’t know what does. This is what Doug made for dinner on Friday, it’s Lent people.
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Ingredients
1 can salmon
1 egg lightly beaten
1 cup bread crumbs
3/4 cup celery
1/2 cup red pepper (optional) Doug got a little giggy with it and added some red pepper that was about to rot in the fridge. Good call, I recommend it.
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Directions
Drain salmon, save juice. Take off skin (eeew, I’m glad Doug made this not me, gross! Don’t you think if you’re paying premium for canned meats/fish that it should at least skinned?). Mix all ingredients and add enough juice to shape into loaf. Place in greased baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 45-60 minutes until lightly brown. Can’t get any easier than that.

1 Comment »

  1. Flip Dover said

    You reckon it can’t get easier? Try this one!

    Flip’s Fab Tuna Mornay Mash (ozzie version)

    Ingredients:
    One serve instant mash potato
    One 95g can of tomato and onion flavoured tuna

    Directions:
    Mix mash and tuna together – that’s it – really – yes, that’s it.

    I have recieved RAVE reviews for this beauty…

    “Who would have thought that something that looks like it had already seen the inside of a stomach could taste so divine?

    Who would have thought that anything that could be described as a steaming pile of….could be so delicious?

    With her fabulous on-the-spot invention of Flip’s Fab Tomato & Onion Tuna Mornay Mash, Flip Dover has outdone herself in the category of trailer park gourmet.

    Reasonably healthy and truly tasty, Flip’s Fab Tomato & Onion Tuna Mornay Mash, no doubt deserves to be counted among Stacy and Doug’s top ten.

    Hat’s off, and bon appetite!”

    BH

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