If you are looking for recipes with canned salmon, this Alaskan recipe for salmon romanoff is perfect. Blending the flavor of salmon with cream, noodles, dill weed and more, this is a nutritionally balanced dish which is also highly flavorful. There are different romanoff recipes and maybe you have tried another one. Romanoff dishes contain cream, noodles and other ingredients, so you might have tried chicken romanoff or another kind of fish romanoff recipe, although the name of the dish might have been something else.
Since salmon is so versatile, it goes perfectly with the noodles and cream. The green onions add a nice texture and the dill weed is great with the fish. Seeing, as you just need to heat this dish up in the microwave, it does not take long to make at all. Canned Alaskan salmon is versatile and convenient. You can get different sized cans, depending whether you are feeding two or ten people, and you can also choose from different varieties. The unique flavor of fresh salmon is similar when you use canned salmon so if you are a fan of this delicious red or pink fish, you should enjoy this easy yet flavorful recipe.
Pink and chum salmon are fine for making stews and soups, as well as croquettes, and sockeye salmon (also known as red salmon) is a tasty choice for making salads, sandwiches or eating by itself. You could even make this recipe with fresh cooked salmon, if you have some leftover. If so, be careful not to microwave it for too long, else it might dry out. Cook the dish until it is very hot, then stir in the salmon and give it another minute at half power.
- 7 ½ oz canned Alaska salmon, drained, and flaked
- 6 oz noodles (any kind)
- ¾ oz package ranch dressing mix
- ½ pint sour Half & Half
- ¼ teaspoon dill weed
- 3 tablespoons chopped green onions
- Snipped chives, lemon wedges, and tomato slices to garnish (optional)
- Cook the noodles, following the instructions on the package, and then drain them.
- Mix the remaining ingredients with the noodles.
- Transfer the mixture into a greased 1 ½ quart glass dish and microwave on medium high (70% power) for 5 minutes or until the salmon romanoff is hot.
- Stir and serve immediately, garnished with the chives, lemon, and tomato slices.
This is a simple yet tasty dinner and you can make it your own by changing the garnish. The chives, lemon, and tomato that you see in the picture are mainly just added for their bright colors. Whether you use canned salmon or cooked fresh salmon, this is a rich and indulgent dish and the sour cream, green onion, ranch dressing mix and other ingredients work well with the fish, to create a flavorful and economic meal. You can throw in any vegetables that you need to use up, like mushrooms or broccoli, or use canned tuna instead of salmon, for a different take on this creamy, tasty Alaskan recipe for salmon romanoff.
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