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This was very good and easy to make. DD (4) made this almost by herself with a little help from mom. I used 2 (6 oz) cans of salmon and used all of the milk (skim) and bisquick. I also used equivalent egg beaters for the eggs. Took 50 mins and was wonderful. Great way to get fish into DH which needs to eat it at least 2 times per week for cholesterol.
My changes: I used a 14-oz can of salmon, I only used 1 cup of biscuit mix, and I sprinkled some shredded cheddar over the salmon before pouring on the egg. Everyone at my house really liked this, and agreed it would be a good use for leftover chicken instead of salmon, and we're going to try using chopped asparagus instead of peas. Thanks for submitting this!
Very easy and filling meal! I forgot to make a salad to go with, and I'm glad I did because I am stuffed. DH liked it well enough, but I think he would have liked it better if I had put the whole 1 1/2 cups biscuit mix in it, instead I opted for 1 cup, which did make it more quiche like. Since I didn't put all the biscuit mix in it, the baking time was closer to 55 minutes. Thanks for the recipe!!
I prepared this dish for dinner tonight. I used caged free eggs, original flavored almond, and gluten free biscuit mix. Being from Louisiana, of course I sprinkled a little cayenne pepper on my slice! D E L I C I O U S
Easy way to make a dinner. I put mine in a small rectangular dish rather than a pie plate. No problem with drips then!! I also think a little less biscuit mix would be in order. It was quite ok the way it was but it would be a bit more eggy with less mix. Thanks Olga
Most impossible pies have very much less baking mix (something like 1/2 cup instead of 1 1/2)...this was a very tasty, savory and satisfying meal but was very much more cake-like than the quiche-like dish I was expecting.