Am I missing something, I have bought canned salmon, do you mean to tell me you eat the bones? Like you, my parent didn't cook fish but offered up those fish sticks on Fridays. YUCK.
Thank you, Diane
02/19/2010 - 6:48am
We made it with fresh salmon.It was Terrific.It was so good we had again 2 days later,We did add a little sour cream to the beans,so it was not so dry.
04/19/2010 - 11:18am
This recipe is so great and tastythe kids love it too. I was surprised how refreshing it is, one of my families all time favorites. truly ready in a snap.
04/19/2010 - 2:15pm
made this recipe and it was awsome!!!!
02/03/2012 - 10:19am
The bones in canned salmon are harmless and nutritious. If they freak you out though, it's easy enough to pull apart the salmon and remove the bigger bones (usually connected). They'll slide right off. Don't worry about the small bones. They are so soft, they "crush" when you stir the salmon. I only remove the bones when I am making a pate' UNLESS it is a pate' that I put through the blender. In that case, I leave them in. For hot meals, I almost always leave them in.
02/07/2013 - 9:12pm
This was so delicious. Being from the Pacific Northwest, we eat loads of fresh wild salmon & removing the pin bones can be tedious but I bought a can of salmon one day for a salmon loaf & noticed the bones. They were completely different from what I am used to. They are so small & getting them all out was even more tedious from fresh salmon. I used the canned & never once noticed any bones. They are so tiny & fragile they probably baked up & melted. Don't worry about the bones. You won't even notice them. & besides they have lots of protein in them.
03/06/2013 - 12:56pm
Bones are good! And they are quite nutritious - all that calcium! I'm so excited about all of these canned salmon recipes, can't wait to try them all.