Nancy J. Patrykus


If you are an casserole aficionado, like I am you might enjoy this 1970 recipe.
Taken from a church cookbook.
I have made it many times,for family and pot lucks.. and I always receive compliments.
See a quickie bonus noodle
recipe below.
Nancy.. 5/29/13

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25 Min


1-1/4 c
cream of mushroom soup.... or your own white sauce
1/2 c
1 c
grated cheddar cheese
3 c
medium curly noodles,...cooked and drained
1 c
cannned salmon.....drained & flaked
1/2 c
1 c
chopped celery
1 c
frozen peas
1/3 c
minced onion
1 dash(es) taste


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1Combine and heat,
the soup or make your white sauce.

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2Add the grated cheese, and heat until melted.
Stir constantly.

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3Cook the noodles in a separate pan,
and drain.

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4Drain and flake the salmon.

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5Add all ingredients below to the mushroom soup.
Drained salmon, mayonnaise, chopped celery,
a cup of peas, chopped onions and a dash of pepper.
There is enough salt in the canned salmon.

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6Place in a greased baking pan.
Cover with aluminum.
Bake at 450 for 20-30 minutes.
Enjoy with your company.

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7"SALMON or TUNA CONFETTI" ...A quickie recipe bonus.
1 pkg. macaroni & cheese, 1 can drained salmon,
2 cups cooked peas, 1 can cream of celery soup
and 1/2 cup milk.
Cook macaroni and cheese dinner as directed on pkg.
Add all remaining ingredients and mix well.
Bake in a baking dish at 350 for 30 minutes.

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