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This was my ex-husbands way of cooking a meal for himself – the odd time he had to turn on the stove!
Amazing. My mother use to cook this mostly for my father. Same exact way. I never appreciated it until I became an adult.
Hi Chris, try adding a little bit of jerk seasoning. You can drain salmon, the tomatoes will spring its own juices —just let it sauté on low flame & cover the pot for a few seconds; before you add the salmon.
I inherited that good Friday recipe from my mom.
I completely forgot about doing this back home. Quick and easy. My mother added sweet peppers as well.
I’m going out to get a can now.
You are by far the best, down to earth, down home cooking chef I’ve come across in a long time. I look forward to your recipes each time I get an update. Will definitely order your cookbook. Thank you for your service.
Thanks for the recipe I will try it now.
The first picture shows a lot of moisture. Is the salmon to be left undrained?
IN SRILANKA WE DO THE SAME BUT WE ADD RED CHILI FLAKES
very easy love it thank you
This is fantastic n quick….thks a million.
Love this quick dinner.kids love it too
Really a bachy recipe. Interesting way to use ingredients.Love it.
I would use canned smoked salmon instead. Thanks for the recipe! Will try it!
I call this ‘bachelor food’. So very easy to cook.
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