Schwartz Salmon CasseroleSubmitted by: JGOARING
IntroductionSlightly modified from my mom's version -- more eggs for protein, multi grain and sourdough bread for flavor and variety. Not sure if the amounts are quite right -- will tweak it and update as needed.
I'd leave off the club crackers on top except my kids like a crunchy topping. Slightly modified from my mom's version -- more eggs for protein, multi grain and sourdough bread for flavor and variety. Not sure if the amounts are quite right -- will tweak it and update as needed.
I'd leave off the club crackers on top except my kids like a crunchy topping.
* Pink Salmon (canned), 1 can (remove)
* Egg, fresh, 2 large (remove)
* Egg white, 1 serving (remove)
* Bread, mixed-grain (includes whole-grain, 7-grain), 2 slice, large (remove)
* Milk, 1%, 1 cup (remove)
* Cheese, 4 Cheese Mexican, Reduced Fat by Sargento (1/4 cu..., 100 gram(s) (remove)
* Lemon juice, 2 tbsp (remove)
* Bread, french or vienna (includes sourdough), 2 slice, medium (4" x 2-1/2" x 1-3/4" (remove)
Then mix up the eggs and milk. Tear up the bread into big bread crumbs. Mix the salmon, eggs, bread, cheese, lemon juice and milk in a casserole dish.
Crumble the crackers (Ritz or Club or chips or skip this part) on top to make a topping. Bake in oven uncovered for about 30 minutes. Adjust cheese, eggs, bread, etc. as needed to get a consistency you like. Goes nice mixed up with rice on the side.
The family version has a sauce to go on it also -- (not low calorie!) made of equal parts mayo and ketchup plus a dash or Worcestershire and dash of lemon juices -- mix up in sauce pan over low heat (my mom mixes it cold sometimes but the heat is nice to get all the mayo lumps to go away).
Serving size is a total guess. Fits in a standard casserole dish (2 quart?) I have no idea. Easy to increase the amount some if needed -- cheap meal and good when the canned salmon goes on sale!
Number of Servings: 8
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user JGOARING.