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    Fish in a Can

    [Cover photo by NimrodCook.] Recipes made with canned tuna or canned salmon (I find the canned versions of these fish to be pretty much interchangeable in recipes); also canned sardines, anchovies & mackerel--SORTED BY TYPE OF FISH. Salads made with canned fish are found in the cookbook Salads: Cold from the Ocean rather than in here.
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    Requires an 8 or 9 inch springform pan

    Recipe #101858

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is a luscious alternative to plain ol' spaghetti carbonara; it's egg-free too.

    Recipe #18895

    5 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Here is a tasty, quick and easy skillet dinner for those busy nights when you just don't have time to "cook". Serve with a tossed green salad. (Tuna could be substituted for salmon if you prefer).

    Recipe #30833

    2 Reviews |  By Gina*S

    Here is another nummy sounding recipe from 24 hour fitness. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #92686

    Recipe #40884

    This is a variation on the classic salmon patty. I know there are a lot of recipes out there for these but this is worth a try, the lime mayonnaise may really be the thing that sets them apart. These are also great in a sandwich with the mayonnaise to keep it from being too dry. (from Fast Food, my fave cookbook)

    Recipe #164631

    From the star (Mr. Humphries) of "Are You Being Served?".

    Recipe #110520

    This tuna sandwich spread is full of fresh flavor. Use some freshly grated Parmesan cheese for the best flavor in this tuna salad sandwich.

    Recipe #230304

    Very quick, easy supper. I snap the linquine in half before cooking. Using tuna packed in water cuts down on calories, or if using oil-packed, place in sieve and rinse before using. Cooking time includes time to cook pasta.

    Recipe #226882

    This is how my mom made salmon with the cans of salmon you get on sale. She made tuna with this recipe too.

    Recipe #151322

    7 Reviews |  By Molly53

    This is an authentic Sicilian pasta dish from an online site in response to a recipe request.

    Recipe #65730

    A quick and easy casserole prepared in the microwave. My DH and father both like this recipe and neither will eat other tuna casserole recipes. Dill sauce adds a great, unique flavor. Taken from Taste of Home, but we added the jalepeno.

    Recipe #76764

    I made this recipe up the other day. We found it to be very good. Even the leftovers didn't last 24 hours. It is really a meal in a dish.

    Recipe #186309

    9 Reviews |  By L DJ

    Creamy and lower in fat then most

    Recipe #28839

    2 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is a change from the traditional tuna casserole. The cheese-flavored crust is similar in texture to a graham cracker crust, perhaps a bit firmer, with a slightly crunchy crumb topping, and the tuna filling is somewhat like a quiche flavored with sour cream and dill. I got the recipe from an old Penzey's catalogue. See the bottom of the recipe for a suggestion on making a smaller pie for less servings.

    Recipe #91121

    Quick and easy to make for lunch or dinner! My husband asked me to make him a tuna melt. I'd never eaten one (I don't like tuna except for grilled tuna steaks), let alone made one, so I tried this recipe from The Complete Cooking Light Cookbook. I've made this for him a few times now, and he says they're good! He's not big on English muffins so we normally use whole wheat toast instead.

    Recipe #92824

    I got this off a cultural website on Tahiti. I haven't made it yet, but it sounds delicious. If you don't have papaya, I read several ways to substitute. One was with a mango, the other was using carrots and radishes. Cooking with ginger, I'd use the mango.

    Recipe #164832

    With about 250-275 calories, this no-mayo, open-faced sandwich is a lighter alternative to the traditional tuna melt. This is a great sandwich for kids and adults alike because you can barely taste the tuna - it's more like you're eating chicken! Hope you like it.

    Recipe #166960

    Adapted to our tastes years ago, I forgot about this recipe! I won't forget it again, though. The sauce can be made with a lowfat slurry and fat free sour cream. This goes well with rice.

    Recipe #179810

    On a Wednesday night at school there is always a baked potato with the options of toppings.

    Recipe #183388

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