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Very good! I didn't have any canned salmon, so I did this in my rice cooker. Steamed a salmon filet on top, with the rest in the bottom. When it was done, I flaked the salmon in and added the cheese. Added salt, pepper and some dill to the fillet before steaming it. Worked like a charm!
This is a great recipe to make in single servings. I scaled it down to one and added more salmon/corn. The cooking time was about the same except halfway through I stirred it to prevent it from getting burnt on the edges. Great dish!
Wow! Super easy and delicious!!! I was a little skeptical that a "healthy" casserole with so few ingredients would be bland, but it is wonderfully delicious! Thanks so much, Happy Harry! This one's going into the rotation.
Let me preface this by saying I hate salmon... but I'm trying to get my family to choke down one dinner a week for the omega-3's, and trying to find recipes with canned salmon as it is so inexpensive. This one makes it into the rotation. Anyone that actually likes salmon should absolutely love this. I used one six ounce can of boneless, skinless salmon; we don't use quick-cooking brown rice, so I cooked the brown rice in chicken broth beforehand. I also omitted the dill weed (DH hates it). Nice. I think next time I'll add a bit more chicken broth to the mix (even after the rice has cooked in it). Thanks so much for posting.
DH liked this so much that he suggested leftovers would be good to have for lunch one day this week! I really enjoyed it, too. I had a 14 oz. can of salmon, so I "eyeballed" how much of it to put in, used all of a 14 oz. can of whole kernel corn (drained), and omitted the dill weed (I hate it). I'll probably increase the amount of onion next time because we love onions, but it was very tasty and very easy as written. Thanks for a new "go to" recipe for canned salmon. BTW, I served peas and carrots with this.