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Gluten Free Salmon Patties

I love Salmon patties, and have figured out a great gluten free way of doing it. - Similiar recipes
Gluten-Free Salmon Recipe

Gluten-Free Salmon Recipe

I love to eat salmon. Actually, I love the idea of eating salmon. All those good omega 3?s. Lately, I?ve been on a quest to create salmon toppings that disguise the fishy flavor. Here?s one that worked well.This gluten-free salmon recipe is great, though particularly tasty in summer when the salmon can be grilled outdoors instead of baked in the oven.This recipe and more like it can be found over at - Similiar recipes

Grannydragon's Gluten-Free Salmon Patties

Salmon patties have been in our family since childhood. When I had to make them gluten-free, this is what I came up with. Not only are they one of our favorite meal items, but they are great for that emergency quick meal. Plus I love fish! Can be served with cole slaw, catsup or tartar sauce. Or how about creamed peas? - Similiar recipes

Gluten-Free Pasta With Smoked Salmon and Tarragon Cream Sauce

We made this recipe that I found online @ Notta Pasta web site. We had company and we wanted to make something gluten-free. It turned out very well and we enjoyed it throroughly. We were testing for future reference. - Similiar recipes

Smoked Salmon With Salsa Gluten Free Recipe

A great alternative for the bbq. It doesn't take long and while the fish is smoking you can easily make the salsa (or make it earlier). Prep:15m - Similiar recipes
Maple & Mustard Glazed Salmon (3 Ingredients)

Maple & Mustard Glazed Salmon (3 Ingredients)

This dish is to die for. Serve with baby potato, asparagus, fresh steamed greens or a salad. A simple dish for a dinner party or to enjoy anyday. This dish is very simple and is best made with a good pure maple syrp -this will give you a superior flavour!Use pure maple syrup and ensure your mustard is gluten free if your diet requires - Similiar recipes

Dilled Salmon Pasta Salad

Sweet, tangy & refreshing, this makes a great picnic dish or after-workout dinner. Because I usually have everything else on hand, this is a great way to use leftover salmon. This is an easy-going recipe; feel free to experiment with different amounts or ingredients. I'm adding tips to help shoppers new to gluten-free cooking. - Similiar recipes

Alaska Smoked Salmon Dip

This is the best recipe for smoked salmon dip I've tried. It comes from my dad, an Alaskan commercial fisherman, who makes the best smoked fish around. This dip is creamier than a lot of the pate' style smoked salmon spreads. You won't find your chips and crackers snapping in half as you go in for a dip. The green onions give it a little added texture and the garlic makes it more savory. If you don't have your own smoked salmon, you can always buy some at the supermarket. Just make sure it's wild Alaskan salmon! - Similiar recipes
Cajun Salmon Fillets

Cajun Salmon Fillets

This is almost the only way I eat salmon. Note: I find this dish spicier when baked than when grilled. I use a frozen wild whole salmon fillet cut into about 6 pieces; feel free to use fresh salmon or whatever cut you like. If using salmon steaks, I would brush the seasoning on both sides. - Similiar recipes

Cedar Plank Braided Salmon With Apple Butter Sauce

The biggest challenge in preparation of this recipe is ensuring the braiding stays intact. Once braiding is complete and liquids poured and brushed generously over the fillets, transferring to a backing sheet, is quite simple; chilling overnight is essential. I love this recipe because of its unique flavour. Although originally developed for the barbeque, it can be successfully baked in your oven. This recipe was handed to me in preparation for a wedding reception in B.C. (August/2004); I had to adjust the ingredients, of course, to serve 150 people. Preparation was a fun exercise; the prepared salmon was cooked on a 5 ft. length, 2" X 10", water-soaked, cedar plank and placed on a large, propane-fired grill. The end result was a perfectly seasoned, delightfully flavoured, lightly smoked salmon that had the wedding guests returning to the buffet table, repeatedly, until all 24 salmon fillets had been devoured. When purchasing your salmon, have the fish-monger filet the fish, remove the skin and pin bones.... When you have purchased your cedar plank, soak the plank in cold water, overnight. Place the plank in a container of water, with a rock or brick on the plank to keep it submerged. Soaking the plank will keep it from burning during the cooking process. Not soaking it gives the salmon a stronger, smoky taste. Remember, this is not only a recipe, it is also a cooking lesson, so have patience and you will be pleased with the results. Follow the Instructions carefully, and you cannot fail. It is a wonderful recipe, the end result will amaze you and your guests praise you. - Similiar recipes

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