I loved this; even DH, who hates fish, ate a second helping. It doesn't taste "fishy" at all. The filling came out like a warm pate; very nice!! I think I'd like to serve a sour cream and dill sauce on the side with this; not to pour over the pie, but just to lightly dip in the fork while having a bite of the pie. ETA: This stuff is so good, that it makes a wonderful breakfast even. That's a real testament to the mild, but savory, flavor of the dish.
I love salmon pie. I'm used to salmon pie made with potatoes in it. This recipe doesn't have potatoes but tastes as good and even better. The taste is very good. It's cute and was easy to do. My son had it for dinner yesterday and wanted to have this for his lunch today. Thanks Jackie for a wonderful recipe :) Made for PRMR tag game
This was good, but not great for us. It was lacking the savory taste I was looking for. I like Debbie's idea of a sour cream and dill dip as a complement. Thanks for sharing. Made for Best of 2013 tag.
Very good! If you like salmon loaf or patties I urge you to try this. Huge recipe glad I halved it. With a side and salad it serves more. One turnover filled a meat platter. Did add a few dashes black pepper. Subbed in 2 leftover grilled wild caught salmon fillets for canned. What a wonderful way to extend meat. Used cottage cheese based pastry from my quiche recipe which complimented flavors well. Tomorrow will reheat leftovers in 250 degree oven about 20 minutes hoping crispy pastry will remain. Erred with choice of cooking spray, I used baking spray and detected some strange smell (coconut or palm oil?) from spray. I am super sensitive to smells. Will use a different spray. Thought filling seemed too moist, then looked again at recipe and I forgot the bread crumbs, wet noodle my forehead. So my pics show a redder filling. Thank you for post.