When I’m starving after work, I want a fast meal with no-fail technique. Roasted salmon is uber-tender and has a delicate sweetness. It’s also an easy wowza for company. —Jeanne Ambrose, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
"This is one of my favorite ways to serve fish," says Kathleen Plake of Fort Wayne, Indiana. "I'm originally from Louisiana, where much of the food is spicy. So I like the spark that the chili powder and green chilies give this good-for-you baked fillets."
"My husband enjoys cooking just as much as I do," reports Joanne Callahan of Far Hills, New Jersey. "One night he tossed together this comforting casserole from meager ingredients we had in our cupboard. It turned out to be the best-tasting tuna casserole I have ever had! Swiss cheese flavors the noodles nicely."
"I've used this fish recipe since I was about 15 years old," reports Linda Gaido of New Brighton, Pennsylvania. "The zippy seasoning tastes great on almost any fish, but I prefer sole. Served with a salad and fresh hot wheat rolls, it is an excellent light meal."
The biscuit squares get a head start with biscuit/baking mix and canned tuna. Instead of using American cheese, consider topping your tuna squares with slices of Swiss cheese or with shredded cheese.—Elizabeth Montgomery, Allson, MA
I ENTERTAIN at least once a month. After I served this at a dinner party for eight, I decided to reduce the recipe to serve two. It turned out just as delicious.
I cherish my recipes and don't often share them, but this one got so many requests I decided to send it in for Reminisce readers to enjoy.
-Jeannette Wojtowicz, Buffalo, New York
"I frequently serve this flavorful combination of fish, vegetables and cheese over a bed of rice," writes Sally Davis of Warren, Pennsylvania. "It's quick to assemble, and the foil packets make cleanup a breeze."
"A good friend gave me this quick-and-easy recipe that uses canned salmon, wild rice and frozen broccoli," writes Brigitte Schaller of Flemington, Missouri. "I often serve this casserole with a wilted spinach salad for a complete meal."
Meet the Cook: These bundles take a little time to assemble, but they're worth it! They're always popular at a shower or buffet...and they're great for an everyday dinner, too. This flavorful dish goes nicely with rice pilaf or a saucy pasta.
-Frances Quinn, Farmingdale, New York