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Makes 2 Servings
Sometimes, you just don’t know what to do with canned salmon. The great thing about it is that it’s a cheaper and more convenient alternative to fresh or frozen salmon. Try this recipe when you need to make a quick meal or snack for yourself or your family.
1 can of salmon
2 T of mayonnaise or plain yogurt
1 tsp lemon juice
1 cup cheese of choice
4 slices of bread
salt and pepper, to taste
- Rinse off the can of salmon with water. Drain the salmon to get rid of the liquid in the can.
- Pour a little bit of oil into the skillet and start toasting one side of the bread. While bread is toasting, use a fork, mash and mix the salmon with mayonnaise (or yogurt), lemon juice, and pepper.
- Taste mixture and add salt if needed.
- Turn heat down to low. Spoon ½ of the salmon mixture onto 2 toasted bread pieces. Top with cheese. Cover skillet with a lid and heat until the cheese melts. Place the remaining slices of bread on top of the sandwich and toast until lightly brown. Flip and toast the other side.
- Serve and enjoy!