Jars of prepared Alfredo sauce and a can of salmon speed up this creamy pasta dish sent in by Arlene Mackun of St. George, Utah. TIP: You can drain two 6-ounce cans of crabmeat and use them instead of the salmon.
This lip-smacking Lemon Butter Salmon from Karla Seville of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania makes for an easy, breezy supper to serve family or friends out on the patio some warm night. As an extra-special touch, you might add a 4-ounce package of salad shrimp to the remaining lemon butter, then spoon over the salmon before serving.
Laura Lunardi prepares her perfectly poached salmon when she doesn't want to heat up the kitchen. Fixing the sauce first allows the herb seasonings to meld and enhance the mild-tasting steaks. Laura writes, "Use two slotted spatulas to remove the poached fish from the pan. Poached fish is delicate and tends to break apart easily."
A thick and creamy white sauce with chopped cucumber tops broiled salmon fillets in this tasty main dish from Shirley Glaab of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Special enough for company, it also makes a fast weeknight supper.
“This salmon recipe always reminds my husband and me of our wonderful vacations to the Maryland seashore,” relates Angie Philkill of Fort Gratiot, Michigan. Topped with a creamy mustard sauce, the patties put convenient canned salmon to scrumptious use.
In Belleville, Michigan, Debra Martin pops protein-packed salmon fillets in the oven before whipping up a sweet basting sauce. Made in moments, the tangy entree is perfect for busy families and weekend guests alike.
I love to cook and usually try a new recipe at least once a week. This salmon has wonderful flavor. I've served it to company several times, and they always love it. --Sherry West of New River, Arizona