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May 27, 2008 07:39 PM

Left over cooked salmon

What can I do with left over cooked salmon?

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  1. Top a romaine salad.

    Make a sandwich.

    Make a salad.

    1. Salmon cakes- if you have any leftover cooked potatoes use that as the binder.

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      1. re: torty

        I was going to suggest something similar. Shred a potato with a box grater and mix the flaked salmon with the potato, add some scallions, lemon zest, chopped fresh parsley and dill, s&p, whole grain mustard. I use dried bread crumbs and 1/2 beaten egg as a binder and pan fry them. I usually eat them on a roll with a little mayo or aioli. Adding some chopped smoked salmon is also good if you happen to have some on hand.

      2. Salmon eggs benedict for breakfast/brunch!

        1. you can shred them into flakes, mix with mayo, to make a salmon salad.

          Then as sarah said, make a sandwich, make a crepe, top on boiled egg, make a wrap, or smear on bagel

          1. An old Scandinavian favorite -- break up the salmon a bit and mix it in with scalloped potatoes.