What can I eat with cooked salmon?!

Question: What can I eat with cooked salmon?
I'm really hungry and have some salmon left over from yesterday. What should I eat it with? Preferably not potatoes...Thanks


My last meal would be poached salmon, green beans, and couscous (butter over all of it).

Sounds weird, I know, but good lord, it's a great meal.
Had it once, the best ever.

If it's a left over, go with breaking the fish down, and adding it to a salad (romaine lettuce).

That, or add it to a pasta casserole, or make a fish salad sandwich (the best you will ever taste).

Salmon is the best ever, then comes sole, and Chilean sea bass (legally caught and sold, a great tasting fish), but salmon is my all time favorite, nothing really compares.

I didn't mention potatoes at all, hahaha.

Easy Rice Pilaf Recipe

?1 ? cups long grain or converted white rice, uncooked
?2 cups chicken broth or stock
?? cup onion, finely chopped
?2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
?1 ? tablespoon olive oil
?1/4 teaspoon salt
?? teaspoon ground black pepper
In a large saucepan, saute onion in olive oil until soft and a light golden color. Add chicken stock or broth and bring to a boil.

Stir in rice, salt and pepper, cover, and reduce heat. Simmer on low heat for twenty minutes.

Remove from heat and let sit, covered for 3-5 minutes. Fluff with fork


Roasted asparagus

Heat oven to 375 degrees F.

Trim the tough ends off a bunch of asparagus and then snap each in half. Arrange in a single layer on a baking sheet, drizzle with 1 tablespoon of oil and season with 2 teaspoons salt and 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper.

Roast the asparagus for 11 to 13 minutes or until fragrant and the tips are slightly charred

have you ever had creamed salmon with toast. Make a simple white sauce add peas and baby carrots, and chopped up boil eggs and season to taste. Some people pour it over hot dry toast or serve toast on the side. We had this as a staple growing up as salmon was so cheap back then.

I love creamed carrots and salmon
You slice up the carrots. Boil. Then just and butter a little bit of flour
and some milk. Heat til it thickens some.
The sauce is great w/ the salmon

you could have new potatoes and tarragonn sauce it goes really well together.

nigella's cook book

I would say veggies and rice with some sort of sauce:)
It's healthy, and thats how I eat it XD

me myself and I

Spinach salad with a light vinegarette is always good!

N, if your looking for quick and easy, have a salad.

Boiled rice.

Fried rice with fried veg n a bit of soya sauce

Just a simple salad with some cold pasta Yummy

rice or peas.

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