Salmon & Spinach Casserole

"Found this recipe on a Canadian Gold Seal Seafoods site. Haven't tried it yet!"
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  • Remove stems from spinach.
  • Cook spinach in boiling water 3 to 5 minutes or until tender.
  • Drain,chop coarsely and spread over bottom of 8" shallow baking dish.
  • In small skillet, melt 1 Tsp butter.
  • Add mushrooms and cook, over medium heat, stirring often until lightly browned.
  • Spread over spinach.
  • In small saucepan melt 2 Tbsp butter.
  • Stir in flour and cook, stirring over medium-low heat for 1 minute.
  • Add milk and whisk until mixture simmers and is smooth and thickened.
  • Stir in green onion and S& P to taste.
  • Flake drained salmon, then spoon over mushrooms.
  • Combine breadcrumbs, cheese and parsley; sprinkle over top.
  • Bake in 400oF oven for 5 minutes or until heated through.
  • Brown top under broiler for 2 minutes if necessary.

Questions & Replies

  1. When do i add the milk mixture? Is nutrition info available? Excellent recipe for preserving eyesight!


  1. ThiI thought this was terrific and my husband loved it as well. It's easy to prepare and has simple flavors, but it's really good (and healthy). Next time I would saute the spinach stems along with the mushrooms but that's a tiny change. Thanks so much for a recipe I'll prepare again.
  2. Casseroles are so fun to whip up! The variouos flavors of this one just meld together so deliciously! I can make friends sharing it with others! A good French Pinot Noir is also a good friend while having a salmon casserole studded with mushrooms and everything else!
  3. We really enjoyed this casserole, I had some leftover steamed fresh salmon and a cup of white sauce with added chopped boiled eggs (my DH's favourite way to eat salmon!!) and used this to make the dish. An easy, delicious dinner!


Zaar...Wow, what a place! I'm one of the old timers of Zaar. I can't count the number of wonderful dishes I cooked in the past few years since joining. Along the way I have had the pleasure of meeting several Zaar chefs. Talk about your fruits and nuts! lol. I have enjoyed meeting them all. Family: What's to say...I have had the same sweet husband forever (Good thing....I'd hate to have to break a new one in...=) and live close to a couple of grown children. (Maybe you've met Smoke Alarm Jr. ..her brown rolls are sooo good!) Therefore, my family gets together often to enjoy each other's company and cooking. My greatest joy is six "little to tallerthanme" kids running around calling me Grammy. They wear me out! lol For the past thirty years I have been a Special Education teacher for grades 9-12 and love it. Took some time off last year to recovery from surgery, chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer. (Loved the radiation....I keep imagining that we are absolutely napalming the nasty cancer cells tohellandback to keep the little suckers from returning. =) My prognosis is good and now "I'm back in the saddle again". lol. Being a north country "gurl", I am happiest outside...walking, fishing, sitting in front of an outdoor fire or being on water (although in February it's a bit stiff....=0) When indoors I like to read, garden, knit, quilt and paint. During cold Maine weather I like to warm my feet on a very large ( 100 pounds of long legs and huge feet), sweet and furry golden retriever named Kerry (aka KTBRD: Kerry the big red . In the summer, the dawg and I round up the grandkids, hit the local dairy bar for a Mounds Sundae that is to die for!!!=0) . Then spend a lot of long and lazy summer days at camp . All in all...Boy, Life is good! =)
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