24 February 2012

Friday Bake Day: Lenten Edition

In the spirit of Lent, and abstinence of meat on Fridays for some, here is a super simple Salmon Loaf recipe. I love to bake this one and serve over rice for an easy meal.

...and I as was writing this post I saw a recipe in Runners World March 2012 magazine for Mini-Salmon Loaf. Same idea, just "slider" or kid sized!


Salmon Loaf
Recipe from Grandma Nancy (that woman knows a lot of recipes, I know!)

Oven at 350 degrees

1 lb. can salmon, drain (Look in the Canned Tuna section!)
1 can cream of mushroom/celery soup (10 ¾ oz)
1 beaten egg
1 cup dry bread crumbs (Probably won’t use whole cup)
½ cup chopped onions
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon salt

Mix all ingredients. Depending on how moist/dry you would like the loaf to be, use less bread crumbs the recipe calls for. I like to make it a little more moist so I can reheat the loaf several times without it drying out. Place in greased loaf pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

Mini-Salmon Loafs (adapted from Runner’s World March 2012)

Oven at 375 degrees

2 x 5 oz. wild salmon, drained
1 cup frozen chopped spinach (thawed for cooking)
1 diced red bell pepper
2 tablespoons chopped dill
Juice from ½ a lemon (about 2 tablespoons)
½ cup quick-cook rolled oats
2 large eggs
Salt & pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients. Divide among greased muffin cups. Bake at 375 for 20 minutes.

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