Allison's Salmon Loaf Recipe
1 no ingredients
: MIX together in a medium
14 oz canned salmon -- drained and
1/2 c fresh bread crumbs
6 md fresh mushrooms -- chopped
1/2 md onion -- chopped
1 egg -- beaten
1 TB lemon juice
1 ts grated lemon rind
1/2 ts Cajun seasoning
1/2 ts dried rosemary leaves --
1/8 ts pepper -- (optional)
: vegetable cooking spray
Spray small loaf pan with cooking spray. Put salmon mixture in pan
and bake at 375F for 40 minutes, until the loaf can be sliced.
Recipe By : Allison Greene
From: matejka@bga.Com (Anita A. Matejkadate: 96-09-09 23:43:38 Edt
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