Posts Tagged “fish”

One-minute mustard aioli

By | September 17, 2013

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We talked about salmon loaf last week — how it’s freezer-friendly and gluten-free and tastes great. The only thing better than a pretty little salmon loaf is, naturally, a pretty little salmon loaf with mustard aioli. Aioli is a garlic mayonnaise dip, and mustard aioli takes it up a notch. It uses three pantry-item ingredients […]

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{Gluten-free} Mom's salmon loaf

By | September 10, 2013

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My mother-in-law has been providing me with a steady supply of canned salmon for the last two years or so. (She’s also the source of our Ziploc bags, floss, toothbrushes, and deodorant. And lots of baby clothes. And lots more baby clothes after that. Thanks, Mom!) Luckily, the salmon came with Mom’s great recipe for […]

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Lemon silan tilapia

By | August 1, 2013

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I’m looking at this tilapia and all I can think about are computer problems. Three and a half weeks ago, my laptop battery gave out. I ordered a new one via a local repairman and waited for it to arrive. One week, two weeks, three weeks. My husband was super generous with his computer, but […]

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Tuna rice patties

By | June 6, 2013

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Until now, making tuna patties has meant making┬áthese. We’ve always enjoyed them, but lately, I’ve been thinking about the recipe and feeling like it needed some revisiting. First, I wanted a bulkier patty. And that bulk needed to come from something other than tuna. Second, why should tuna patties use soup powder? Tuna is plenty […]

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