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I had to play "shake the kitchen" with this since I didn't have all the exact ingredients. I substituted apple juice for the white wine and Salad Dressing for the Mayo. It still came out fantastic. I lightly seasoned the rice (brown rice) with tumeric and celery seed. Delicious! I even used canned salmon! Will use this again!
I changed it to fit what I like. I used canned salmon and mixed it all together and topped it with crushed Ritz crackers. It was great! I added a photo.
Rating: 4 stars
My daughter just became vegetarian and I've been looking for new dishes to prepare for our family. We didn't have any salmon but we had everything else to make this dish. I wasn't sure about how it would taste because a whole cup of white wine sounded intense but the sauce was divine! We served this over jasmine rice with soy sauce. Mmmm!
Replacing rice with couscous and not using broccoli the dish turned out very salty. With the cream of celery soup the mayonnaise wasn't even necessary. This was a satisfying and easy recipe as well as very quick. Thank you for uploading it was worth it:
This recipe is awesome. I make something similar with chicken. However you need to add the mayo. Sour cream is an entirely different flavor. So is Salad Dressing rather than Mayo. Once you try it you will know what I mean. However this recipe is even great if you cook the rice and put that in the bottom of the casserole dish and continue with the rest of the instructions but correcting for extra needed liquid. Thanks Candie I was wondering if I could make my chicken recipe with salmon and what to change to make it work. You answered everything I needed to know. I really really like it. Tasty creamy elegant and just spectacular.
I made this dish and agree with others that the base level (6 servings) that loads automatically when you first view this is too large use the recipe for 3 servings for dinners of 4 persons or less. A pound of salmon has 4 portions in it using the standard of 4 ozs per person. Since you are adding rice it will fill up a plate. I switched out white wine for white grape juice with a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. I doubled the amount of curry powder required I like a stronger curry taste. This recipe needs a little more moisture like maybe no more than 3/4 cup of water milk or cream for the 3 person recipe. This would make it easier for the rice to pick up the flavor. One last thing. This takes entirely too long to make and using the oven is not necessary to this kind of recipe here are my suggestions to speed this up a bit. - Par boil the broccoli to desired tenderness. (you can do this step while the sauce is melding below) - Add all mixed ingredients (don't forget extra fluid as I spoke about above) to a dutch oven or large sauce pan and simmer don't let it boil / burn. - After the sauce has cooked up a bit maybe 10-20 minutes throw in the salmon turn the stove off and throw the lid on for 5 mins. - Check a piece of salmon and if it is cooked through it is done. - Throw some rice on a plate add a layer of broccoli and then sauce to taste.
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