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    Left Over Creations! Fish

    It is a rare thing for us to have leftover fish but when it happens these are some things I want to try. Note: use fresh cooked in place of canned!
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    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Here's our family favorite simple macaroni and cheese! Yummy creamy goodness and an easy one pan dish made quick and simple on the stovetop; score! Almost identical to the recipe on the Velveeta box. We like ours sprinkled with grated Parmesan cheese, at the table. Yummy add-ins are: veggies (Fordhook limas are my favorite and DH likes extra pepper and cottage cheese in his), some leftover ham, a can of tuna, or even some sliced hotdogs. Be as creative as you like! Perfect for those busy week-night dinners. Enjoy!

    Recipe #126991

    Salad Nicoise is a classic composed salad, originally from Nice, France--on the famed Cote de Azur. Here's a simple delicious variation on the classic salad that's made with pasta not potatoes, and gets all tossed together in a large serving bowl not composed. A great summer luncheon or dinner main course. Just serve it with a glass of white wine, a chunk of cheese, and a crusty loaf of bread. Bon appetit! Tips: Grilled tuna or swordfish would make a delicious substitute for the canned albacore. For a more traditional version I sometimes add some sliced red onion, sliced hard-boiled eggs, and a handful of cooked new potatoes (in place of the pasta) and haricots verts. You can reduce the amount of olives to about 1/4 cup---thereby reducing the fat---still tastes great, in fact I prefer it. Time listed does not include one hour sit time, but I don't really find it necessary. Enjoy!

    Recipe #117804

    Use your own favorite marinara sauce or see recipe#136292 or recipe#71273 cooking time does not include cooking the meatballs, for a thicker sauce just omit the water :)

    Recipe #70205

    2 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    This is a great little recipe that Tom came up with to use your left over salmon with. We lived for several years in Hawaii and lomi lomi salmon was one of his favorite Hawaiian dishes.

    Recipe #174492

    8 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I thought this recipe looked interesting for a special weeknight supper and a great way to use up leftover salmon. Recipe source: Gourmet (June 2005)

    Recipe #126610

    A nice salad for lunch or a light dinner. From Joyce's Fine Cooking.

    Recipe #170166

    This recipe is from Oxygen magazine. Simple Seafood Alfredo without all of the fat.

    Recipe #153117

    Another appetizer from Recipes4us.co.uk website. This mousse will be served cold and garnished with cucumber slices. Included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 Swap, Britain. Cooking time will be equal to the time needed to chill mousse.

    Recipe #139072

    I made up this California-style scramble when my husband and I brought three trout back from a camping trip. Quite a few ingredients but most of them are flavorings/spices. This is quick, easy and probably a good way to disguise trout so non-fish eaters might try it.

    Recipe #139189

    I have no idea where I got this recipe. It has been in my files for awhile. I haven’t gotten around to trying it because Doug doesn’t like mushrooms or quiche. I might have to have a girls-only dinner just so I can make this! I think this could also be adapted to make bite-sized mini-quiches for a great appetizer. YUM.

    Recipe #166616

    This recipe is from Sara Moulton, Food TV. You can use fresh leftover salmon or canned salmon. I used 3 small cans of salmon to make 2.5 cups.

    Recipe #158867

    These can be steamed, baked, or fried. This version is in Japanese style. I found this recipe at a Japanese website called www.cookpad.com, but I tweaked it a bit! suitable for diabetics and children should like the bright color. good way of eating tofu

    Recipe #144019

    Good picnic salad.

    Recipe #173401

    This recipe makes about 7-8 salmon cakes, so you might want to double the recipe and the aioli as well. If you are serving these as a brunch to guests, then serve the salmon cakes on a platter lined with mixed greens and drizzled with the aioli on top or on the side, or just serve them on a plate...which ever way you choose to serve them they are delicious!

    Recipe #136361

    The cornbread gives this a Southern flair. You can use this base to make a variety of patties. = Salmon is my favorite, but I've made them with pretty much whatever I had on hand. Great for leftover salmon or even chicken. If you don't have leftover cornbread and don't want to make it, you can use breadcrumbs, or crushed crackers. You can also omit the potatoes if you don't have any.

    Recipe #140646

    This is quick, easy & delicious! Assemble on Saturday night, then pop it into the oven & let it cook while you read the Sunday morning newspaper. The recipe comes from Harrowsmith Country Life.

    Recipe #84637

    I've had this recipe forever; it was an instant hit the first time I made it, and now my daughter makes it for her family. If you are not a salmon fan, I imagine you could substitute tuna----but it is so tasty with the salmon, I've never had to alter it.It is great for picnics or family gatherings.

    Recipe #132492

    This recipe is from a book my grandmother gave me. The front cover is missing so I'm not sure of the name of the book. My family all love this recipe. It's great for dinner on a cold winter's night. I serve it with creamed potatoes and crusty bread.

    Recipe #115496

    2 Reviews |  By Moody

    A healthier alternative to most stuffed potatoes. It came from a calendar I got at the grocery store a few years ago. A meal in a spud.

    Recipe #55976

    I actually like canned salmon, and I wanted to create a salmon salad without mayo (not one of my favorite things). This is good for a lower carb diet, too.

    Recipe #111586

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