This is like a quiche. But no crust. I like that it's made with bisquick (I made Bisquick Equivalent Simple and used it in this recipe). I used a bunch of asparagus and I'm sure it gave me more than 2 cups. I used a small onion instead of green onion. The taste is very good. Thanks Lauralie :) Made for PAC Spring 2012
Excellent! Hubby's doctor said to eat more green veggies, so this is a good way to start.
Made this using some leftover grilled fresh salmon, other than that one item made as per the recipe. This was so easy to make, and totally scrumptous to eat. I will try adding some garlic next time as I believe it can only add to an already yummy recipe. Thank You Lori for yet again another keeper recipe, this is being added to my Something Smells Fishy Cookbook. Made for Green event in KK's forum.
I absolutely loved this! instead of using green onions I sauteed an onion and some fresh garlic in a little butter first then layered them on the bottom of the pan I also added in some cayenne pepper, this pie is so delicious thank you for sharing Lori, this was made for KK's forum Green event
This was great, my husband doesn't like eggs, but he even liked this dish. Didn't have a pie plate so used a square casserole dish and it worked well. I used the salmon in the package and it was just the right amount.
Cheated on a key ingredient here: I used canned asparagus spears. Lazy, yeah, but it's always been one of my culinary shortcuts! Proportionally I used rather more salmon because the can I had was larger so several other ingredients ended up being somewhat scaled up! And I ended up with one smaller pie, in addition to the pie in the main dish: a bonus which went straight into the freezer! I used Lali's Bisquick Clone Bisquick Clone, low-fat milk, to cut the calories a tad, and I added three cloves of garlic (a must-include ingredient for me with the salmon and basil). I've always found that using low-fat milk makes no discernible difference to recipes, but I'd rather omit cheese than use what to me is tasteless low-fat cheese. The Swiss cheese in this dish blended perfectly with the other flavours. A truly delicious dish, and the leftovers from the first meal reheated - in the microwave - without any loss of flavour. Thanks for sharing this great recipe, Lauralie41. Made for the Went to the Market game.
We had fresh salmon left over from the night before and I had fresh asparagus from neighbor's garden. This was a quick and easy lunch recipe. Very similar to a quiche! Thank you! We LOVED it! I also added some fresh green peas from my garden. Made in Canada for ZWT4.
This was great. Used 1/2 the salmon as that is all I had, but it was fine. I love Bisquick pies and of course this one did not dissapoint! Thank you, Lauralie!
This pie was fantastic. The asparagus was cooked perfectly. The swiss cheese sooooo yummy. Will make this again soon. Thanks for posting.
This definitely falls into the category of meals that look like so much more work than they are. It was so easy to throw together, but tastes much fancier. I'm not usually a huge fan of bisquick pies, but this was yummy! It was good with the canned salmon, but I want to try it with fresh salmon--I bet that would be really stellar! I did find that mine was cooked after 35 minutes. Thanks for another winner Lauralie!