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You did it again, Dew Drops. Another great dish! I followed you instructions exactly and the result was a wonderful salmon loaf...moist and flavorful. Very easy to make. Thanks again for sharing this :-)

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Merlot March 21, 2003

Thankyou for a wonderful recipe, Dew Drops! This was absolutely delicious, even cold. Very easy to put together too. I only had about 1/4 C milk so made it with that and it turned out fine. So fine that I finished off the whole loaf myself within 2 days :^)

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yogi December 18, 2002

This is an easy and tasty dish to prepare using pantry staples. I usually skip the salt, especially since there's plenty of sodium in canned salmon and crackers. I add a pinch of dill and salt free seasoning. Great on a sandwich the next day - IF there's any left over.

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CAMom49 January 05, 2010

Never heard of this before, but had to try it, and it was pretty good.

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the6-sranch October 01, 2008

Believe it or not, I made this with mackerel rather than salmon and am frankly surprised at how good it is. I used saltines for the crackers, reduced the milk by about 1 1/2 Tbls., put the mixture in 2 mini bread pans and baked about 45 min. (to 180 degrees) in my toaster oven. Have to say, it was the best salmon loaf I've ever had. And it's even better cold!

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Okra July 22, 2008

Wonderful tasting salmon loaf. I used pink salmon. I didn't have cracker crumbs so I used whole wheat bread crumbs. I added some parsley, dill, onion and garlic. I used a toaster oven and it was done in 35 minutes.

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Andrea in NH June 24, 2008

Outstanding recipe: well written, great tasting, and great texture! The only additions I made were 1/8 tsp each crushed dill weed, parsley, and garlic powder. Served it with cheese/potato casserole, baked zucchini medley, sliced nectarines, and toasted wheat rolls. Great served cold (sliced) into sandwiches. I topped the loaf with a white sauce flavored mildly with curry, maple, and mustard. I will make this loaf again and again and will also try substituting tuna. THanks for a GREAT recipe, one that will become a staple in our home.

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artistclogger September 20, 2007

Bravo on an excellent & easy to make salmon loaf! We had misplaced my Grandmother's recipe for salmon loaf, so we tried this one instead--and my family thought it was better! For the cracker crumbs I used ground ritz crackers (and they were low sodium, so I still added salt) and I think it made it so much richer and all the more delicious--I also added a dash of garlic powder--yum! Thanks for the great recipe Dew Drops!

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BettyJr January 03, 2004

I used pink as that is what I had on hand, otherwise made as written. A very nice, moist salmon loaf. I served with a shrimp sauce and served it over the top with creamed peas and potatoes on the side. Very easy recipe to follow with great results. Thanks for posting!

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CindiJ February 11, 2013

This was a big hit with the family. I added some minced onion, garlic and a wee bit of parsley for color. Thanks.

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Paka February 06, 2012
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