Salmon Stacks

A parent gave me a gift certificate to a local book store which is one of  my favorite gifts to both give and receive.  I took myself on a shopping trip and guess what I bought.  Right - a new cookbook ----- just what I need.

I look at it this way.  I could collect diamonds or new cars or even pictures for the wall and they would a be a lot more expensive.  Of course, I didn't pay for this, anyway.  I think, I had better add onto this, I am thrifty, not cheap but thrifty.   As a result, I look for the best price, do without when necessary and I am not an impulse shopper.

The cookbook, I got as a GIFT, is called Dining In Again and I have never seen it before.  I know it is a good cookbook because I went through the book and never realized that it almost has no photos.  Before each chapter, there is a page of photos.  There are four recipes on two pages with nary a photo and it doesn't bother me, in the least.  When I went to cook my first recipe, from the book, I didn't look for a photo.  I knew what it was going to look like.  I don't get it either and maybe after additional recipes, I will figure it out.

Salmon Stacks

2 onions, chopped
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 slices of smoked salmon, cut into small pieces
3/4 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon mustard
1 1/2 teaspoons lemon juice
3 eggs
3/4 cup Rice Dream

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Saute chopped onions in olive oil unti golden.  Set aside.
Place smoked salmon bits into a large bowl.  Add remaining ingredients.
Add cooked onions.  Mix in.
Transfer to a baking dish or into ramekins.
Bake for 30 - 35 minutes.  Mine took more but it depends on the size of the pan, you are using.  If made in a pie shallow pie plate, it should take less time.
When it cools slightly, top with a slice of tomato and some scallions.
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  1. This looks really good! Pinned to my Food board so I can be sure to make it one day! :)

  2. Chaya - I've started a new link party and would love for you to share this and some of your other recipes on it!



  3. This looks and sounds like a wonderful dish, and what a great find your new cookbook is.

  4. Sounds like a great cookbook, I will look for it next time I'm in the bookstore! These salmon stacks are calling my name!

  5. Whoa, this looks great - the tomato on top just sets it off nicely.

    I found you via Couponing & Cooking. I have linked in a post about retro prawn cocktails

    Have a great week.

  6. Free books are the best kind out there.

  7. This is such a versatile recipe and it looks so nice! It would make a delicious lunch or a beautiful starter at a dinner party!

  8. That looks perfect! Thanks so much for linking up at Mealtime Monday! Can’t wait to see what you like up tomorrow night!


  9. Chaya, this looks delicious. I love any salmon dish...and this one is super tempting! Thanks so much for linking up to Mop It Up Mondays last week! Featuring this at tomorrow night's party...hope you can stop by!


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