Lite Salmon & Pasta Casserole

Total Time
45mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins

I Like to spice this up a bit more with garlic and jalapenos etc but it is very tasty the way it is - this will stretch to 6 servings but I think 4 is realistic. Surprisingly low in fat and calories. Good budget stretcher

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Cook pasta according to directions or try recipe#30358 Perfect Pasta with no watching& no sweating In a large saucepan combine soup, milk, Swiss cheese, dill, lemon zest, mustard powder& black pepper Cook over medium heat until the cheese has melted.
  2. Stir in the salmon and cooked pasta shells.
  3. Spray a 2 quart casserole lightly with veggie oil and pour in the casserole ingredients Heat oven to 350F.
  4. Sprinkle with parmesan& parsley.
  5. Bake covered with foil for apprx 20 minutes remove foil and continue baking for 5 minutes more.
Most Helpful

Bergy, thank you for posting this recipe! Finally I have found a perfect canned fish/pasta bake that I LOVE! This is so good! I had to make a couple of subs, firstly I used cream of chicken and corn soup instead of just chicken as it was all I had. I used the regular type as I can't seem to get low-fat here. Also I don't like to have too much pasta so I substituted half the pasta with broccoli which I cooked with the pasta for the last minute of boiling time. This was great as it made it a one-dish meal too. I think this recipe would work great with tuna too and can't wait to try it again. I totally recommend people try this. Thanks!!

dale! December 12, 2002

THis is pretty good. It is reasonably healthy and easy too. So, for all that, it gets 5 stars from me! Next time I will add some peas or something green to make it a little healthier. THanks Bergy....

jennyblender January 01, 2011

Wow, what a yummy recipe - we enjoyed this throughly! Unfortunately I didn't have canned salmon, so steamed a few fillets and then flaked them into nice bite sized chunks - I didn't have cream of chicken soup on hand, but did have a can of cream of celery, which I used and found to be complimentary to the dish. Instead of using 1 casserole dish, I baked in 4 individual sized casserole dishes for my own serving ease. This was a quick and easy dish to prepare and another great way to add the deliciuos health benefits of salmon to your every day life!

- Carla - March 22, 2006