I broiled some salmon for dinner the other night and I had some leftover salmon. While my wife loves tuna sandwiches, she cannot—for some reason—tolerate salmon salad. Since I was having lunch on my own, I decided to make this treat for a quick and easy lunch.
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Karl’s Leftovers: Salmon Salad with Raspberry Radish Slaw
This Sunday we had a complex soup, cioppino, that would take up most of my attention. I did not want to have just a plain greens salad, but it needed to be simple. Fortunately, yesterday was Jan and my 33rd anniversary and I had made salmon wraps for dinner.
Filed under California Fusion, Fish, Green Vegetables, Salads, Vegetables
Karl’s Salmon Lettuce Wraps with Raspberry Radish Slaw
Jan has been working 70-80 hour weeks lately—if only she would get paid for some of that overtime. It is hardly surprising that she has ended up working on our anniversary. Today is Jan and my 33rd anniversary. We are having the major celebration with cioppino tomorrow with the kids, but there is still tonight’s dinner to make special.
Filed under Broiling, California Fusion, Fish, Main Dishes, Salads, Seafood
Karl’s South of the Border Salmon Patties
Jan wanted something light for dinner. I went on-line for ideas and was surprised what some people—especially the diet cooking magazines—considered “light.” In my mind, anything with pasta is not “light” by definition, but easily a third of the recipes were some form of pasta and sauce.
Filed under California Fusion, Fish, Main Dishes, Salads, Seafood