Thursday, April 2, 2009


FRIDAY TIME.Hosted by the one
and only Gollum.You can find her
and all the other wonderful chefs

I cooked this a few weeks ago.
It should've been under Gollum's
Train wrecks.Shhhhhh!I forgot the
I saw this on Food Network a few
years ago.I don't remember which
chef,so I cannot give anyone any
But it is delicious and easy.As most
of the things I cook anymore are,
Strange how age works that way.
The ingredients are:
1 puffed pastry
1 can salmon
1 can mushroom soup
2 cups rice
1/2 cup black olives
bake on 350 for 45min.

Roll out your pastry sheet.
layer rice,salmon,mushroom soup
and black olives.Roll and bake,
making sure all your little edges
are sealed.I brushed mine with
and one beaten egg and 1 T water
to make it shine prettier.
As I said earlier,this should've
been under train wrecks.After I had
rolled mine.It blended together
so beautifully.I was so proud of
My husband said.what's the rice for?
Oops.I forgot it,so we had it as a
side dish.But the ending was wonderful.
Please ,lets run back over to Gollum's
and see what everyone else has cooked
up for us,ok....


Linda said...

Ooooh, that golden brown exterior looks delicious....mmmmmm.....that is a lovely looking meal. Linda

Martha said...

Such wonderful looking pastry -- and who cares if the rice was in or out?

Cynthia said...

I think it looks just delicious and I will definately try this. Cindy

susan said...

This sounds so like me!! Anyway, the end result was gorgeous and all ended up in the same place :)

Mari at Once Upon a Plate said...

It looks beautiful! And a big plus is that it can be made with things we usually try to keep on hand.

You know, I would probably make it just the way you did this time, with the rice served alongside.

Very nice! xo~m.

Entertain Exchange said...

This sounds so good...and easy.

mbkatc230 said...

This sounds wonderful and easy - big plus in my book! And it looks just beautiful, so nice and golden. Thanks for sharing. Kathy

Keetha said...

Oh my, that looks really yummy coming out of the oven all beautiful and brown like that!!! Does this creation have a name, or did you say the name and I just didn't find it.

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Ann, This sounds so good. We love samon. It is so.. good for you. I am going to have to try this. I think my dh will love it!! I hope you are doing well!!
Hugs, Terrie

Bo said...

Hi Ann... you are an incredible wife-cook-blogger, etc.
This looks pretty darn good!
;-) Bo

Jill said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! that looks yummy!

Have a great weekend Ann!

Nana said...

What Jill said!

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

I want a bite right now! Boy am I hungry. The ingrediants look yummy, I bet it's delicious.

ellen b said...

Hi Ann,
Look at that beautiful golden brown yummiliscious creation. It really looks good!

roy/elisabeth dean said...

ooooohhhhhh.....that look so delish! I am always looking for new recipes that Roy will eat, he would love this one. I guess it's to the market for me to get the ingrediants! We'll have it Saturday~
I hope all is well with you. THank you for always stopping by and giving encouraging words! It means so much~

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, this looks just delicious! I'm so glad you shared it with us!

Happy Foodie Friday...


Sheila :-)

Shelia said...

Hi Ann! Oh, what a beautiful looking pastry! Yummy! Gonna have to try this one!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Yum! Ann, that looks wonderful! It obviously did not have to have the rice, or it wouldn't look so pretty. It certainly doesn't look like a train wreck!

Nancy Jane said...

It certainly looks wonderful, and if you didn't say the rice was missing from the inside, we would have never known! Nancy

Foley said...

The puff pastry looks perfect... I think the rice would be better on the side!

Chari said...

Hello Dearheart...

Mmmm...yummy! This looks scrumptious and I love salmon! Russell would love this dish...I'll have to give it a try, in fact, I think I have all of the ingredients on hand but the pastry shell...suppose I could make one from scratch...what's that? hehe!!! Thanks for sure turned out pretty too!!!

Love ya Sweetie,

Really Rainey said...

Oh Yummy I love cooking with puff pastry!
Looks good hun...

~Really Rainey~

Chandy said...

Wow, ann, lovely and edible! My kind of food, :-)! Yeah, just use the rice for another dish! The recipe is now in my book, thanks!

Amy said...

Oh, that pastry looks wonderful! It bet it didn't even matter that you forgot the rice. You meant to do that right?!!!

prairiedog said...

Ann,that looks great.I am trying to keep the carbs down,so leaving out the rice would be perfect.Just love this,thanks for sharing.Honestly,I'm making this for lunch!

Kathleen Ellis said... LOOKS good! and you saved it by adding the rice as a side dish! It happens to the best of us! My MIL once made shrimp salad...and forgot the SHRIMP!!!
Happy April!

Cindy J. said...

Oh Ann, this is beautiful and looks soooooo yummy! Hey I bet you made it better forgetting the rice! Love, Cindy

Kristen said...

It looks fabulous! I never would have guessed about the rice!

Raggedy Girl said...

It looks so yummy with or without the rice.

Have A Fabulous Friday
From Roberta Anne
The Raggedy Girl.

Cathy said...

I definately am going to give this a try...yummy!!! Looks like something my whole family will love.

Lori (All That Splatters) said...

I love working with puff pastry. It makes everything taste great!! Leaving the rice out sounds like something I would do! ;)

Kathleen said...

That looks delicious, Ann! Great for a Spring luncheon!
Have a wonderful weekend..I'm retired, every day is the weekend..:)

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