Do you have some favorite “go to” recipes that you find yourself gravitating to when you’re pressed for time and don’t know what to make? I do. This Salmon Loaf recipe is one of my “go to” standbys. I try to keep canned salmon and tuna on hand to use at unexpected times when “life happens” and all of a sudden I’m in a panic for what to make at meal time. These two staples can be made into a quick tuna salad or salmon loaf. (I’ve also been known to turn the salmon loaf into patties fried in butter in a skillet when I need a fast meal prepared in less than 1/2 hour.)
It’s important to read labels and I like to purchase wild caught salmon or tuna.
This recipe has an optional ingredient, sardines (…gasp! yes, I hide sardines in my salmon loaf to receive extra amounts of healthy Omega-3 fat).
I usually serve this quick standby meal with steamed peas or a leafy green or spinach salad all found in our book, Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World®.
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