Annie· Super Moderator
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That second way with the onion and vinegar is good! I like a little olive oil in there, too.Canned Pink Salmon
Note: I have pre-sauteed tomatoes from the garden (with onions and garlic) as a basic sauce - portioned, and packaged in freezer bags.
This sauce is good by itself on rice or mashed potatoes.
Other things that can be simmered in it would be sliced browned Spam, corned beef, meatballs, cabbage or green beans, etc..,
Simple Salmon in tomatoes
Here is how it looks like. So many possibilities for add-ins in survival scenarios.
- Saute onion until soft.
- Add garlic and cook until golden.
- Toss-in tomato and cook until it becomes saucy. Crush it with kitchen utensil.
- Add salmon and liquid.
- Stir-in fish sauce or salt to taste. (Fish sauce is optional) Substitute soya sauce which is optional too.
- Simmer for 10 minutes in low heat.
- Serve hot with rice, salad or bread. Enjoy!
How to Cook Salmon in a Can - Today's DelightCooking salmon in a can is quick and easy. The flavor of salmon is enhanced when sauteed in onion, garlic & tomato. A delicious and healthy meal.www.todaysdelight.com
Another easy way I like preparing salmon in a can is serving it right out of the can. In a small bow, mix vinegar, chopped red onions and salt.
Drizzle salmon with the vinegar mixture and it’s yummy! - Today's Delight