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Sometimes you cook one thing, and realize it satisfies a craving for something completely different. Keep in mind it's been years since I've had biscuits and gravy, but this reminded me of them. I was making salmon patties, and remembered how healthy the oils and juices are, that I usually pour off, so I figured out a delicious way to utilize that.
Salmon Biscuits and Gravy
1 15 oz. can of alaskan salmon (with bones)
Reserve the Juice for the gravy!
1 Can salmon (with juice from can reserved for use in gravy)
approx. 1/8+ cup millet flour
approx. 1/8 cup sweet rice flour
1/8 tsp. salt
Mix all together, form patties and cook on griddle, reduce heat to low after browned on both sides, to cook through.
Juice from 1 can salmon
2 T butter (or ghee)
1-2 T lemon juice
1/8 tsp salt to taste
1/8 tsp dried dill to taste
1/4 cup plain rice milk
1 T sweet rice flour
Heat juice from can with butter, add salt and dill, while simmering, mix milk and sweet rice flour to form paste, slowly add to pan while stirring, until thickened
Serve patties with gravy on top!
Funny, I could have set out to make some gluten-free biscuits and gravy, and the results wouldn't have been nearly as good (sometimes straight substitutions leave more to be desired than what they satisfy).