Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

"This is a recipe I often used when our family was all home. As the children grew up, it became more difficult to be together for a meal, what with school activities and such, but Sunday evenings were always ours. These delicious sandwiches helped make those Sunday meals special in our home."
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Ingredients

20 m servings
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Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. In a small bowl, combine first five ingredients. Divide and spread over 4 slices of bread. Top with remaining bread slices and dip each sandwich into combine egg and milk mixture. Brown on a well-greased griddle or skillet on both sides. Serve immediately.

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These were tasty. Our only problem with them is that when you dip in the milk/egg mix. they are difficult to put in the frypan fast enough. Ours drooped. But, they were really good. We though...

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My husband and I decided the canned salmon was not our thing with this recipe. The bread did turn soggy and I like the other ideas about freezing bread, etc., but we will not have this again. ...

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These were tasty. Our only problem with them is that when you dip in the milk/egg mix. they are difficult to put in the frypan fast enough. Ours drooped. But, they were really good. We though...

Simple and tasty. (Sweet relish is also a good addition to tuna salad.) I make this often. I use soy milk instead of regular milk, and it works fine. Use a pie pan or small square baking dish to...

I have made this same sandwich for years. I always use red salmon as I think it tastes a bit better than the pink and always get extra cans when it is on sale. I crush the bones up fine to get t...

I changed this completely - using this as recipe as a template . . . I used a 5 oz can of pink salmon (that was the size the store had.) I like to add veggies to something like this [just to get...

My husband and I decided the canned salmon was not our thing with this recipe. The bread did turn soggy and I like the other ideas about freezing bread, etc., but we will not have this again. ...

This was the best salmon sandwich I ever made and had! I added a little grated cheddar to it a sliced tomatoes. I could make this every day. Delicious X 1000 ...

My mom found one of her old Taste of Home magazines, which had this recipe in it, and made this while I was visiting today. Even with her bungling the recipe (she never measures anything and te...

My Husband and I really liked this recipe! I added way more mayo (actually used Miracle Whip) and pepper. With regards to the bread: I took one slice of bread, quickly dipped it in the egg/milk ...

My husband and I both love salmon but did not like these sandwiches. We did not care for the sweet relish and felt the bread was slightly soggey.

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