Make this awesome garlic salmon linguine even easier with home-canned salmon from your pantry. An easy dinner in 15 minutes for your family’s dinner table.
Every year I can up about 10 pounds of wonderful salmon that I purchase from a local fish market. Normally it occurs when we are chin deep in harvest season so I typically freeze the salmon until I have time to jar it up.
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Home-canned salmon has a much milder flavor than the commercially canned salmon. We love it for that reason. Typically we use our home-canned salmon for salmon patties. It’s a quick, easy meal that you can eat plain, on a bun or with some cheese sauce YUM!
Another way to use your home-canned or store-bought salmon is a simple light meal of garlic salmon linguine. So easy to make and lighter than its creamy cousin.
This time we experimented with some pasta made from garbanzo beans. They are lighter in carbs, higher in fiber and I think that they will become a staple for our pasta meals. After that, we added some of our dehydrated spinach, some cherry tomatoes, and minced garlic.
The best part about this recipe is that it is just a suggestion. You should add whatever extras you believe would be good and that your family will love.
This is just one of the many ways that we use our home-canned pantry. We would love to hear what you add to this dish for your family.
Garlic Salmon Linguine
- 1 jar Canned Salmon
- 1 TBSP Minced Garlic
- 1 cup chopped spinach
- 1 cup halved cherry tomatoes
- salt & pepper to taste
- Olive Oil
- Place the linguine noodles in a pot of boiling water. Cookd to desired consistancy.Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place salmon in a pan with some olive oil.Add the minced garlicAdd the chopped spinachAdd the halved tomatoesAdd the salt & pepper to tasteOnce the pasta is cooked, drain the liquid and add the pasta to the salmon mixture in the pan.Mix well togetherServe topped with shredded mozzerella or parmesean cheese.