Creamed salmon and peas on toast with cannabutter
If you love a good baked salmon recipe, then you’ve come to just the right place, as this dish features a nice light and less fishy taste that is similar but with added vegetables. The best parts about this salmon recipe are that you don’t need to actually cook the meat, and it takes only a few minutes to toss together, making it an excellent time-saving option for the weekdays when you just don’t have the time or energy to make something extravagant.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Calories per serving: 102
- 1 can of boneless smoked salmon
- 1 can of sweet green peas
- 1 cup of milk
- 1 tablespoon of cannabutter
- 1 tablespoon of flour
- Pinch of salt
Start off by placing the cannabutter into a saucepan and turning the burner to medium heat.
Wait for the cannabutter to start to sizzle gently, then start adding in small amounts of flour, using a whisk to combine the ingredients.
For approximately 3-5 minutes, you will need to brown the cannabutter mixture using a spoon to mix to avoid scalding, which can cause lumps.
Once the flour has darkened a bit, slowly add the milk bit by bit, using a whisk to ensure that everything gets well blended.
Now open the can of salmon and drain the juices.
Once the liquid reaches a light boil, toss in the flakes of salmon and give it a stir.
Allow the mixture to cook for an additional 5 minutes before straining the peas and adding them to the saucepan.
Cook the creamed salmon and cannabutter for 5 more minutes, and while you wait for it to finish, brown some toast in the toaster.
Once the mixture is fully cooked, turn off the heat and remove the saucepan from the burner.
Lightly butter the bread with either regular margarine or with some cannabutter for an extra-potent kick.
Scoop the creamed salmon and peas onto the toast slices, and then serve it while it’s still piping hot for the best flavor.
This salmon recipe really works to hide the taste of cannabis, but unfortunately, that also makes it something that is easy to overindulge in. The best rule of thumb, since there is no way to tell just how strong your batch of cannabutter is, is to start with one slice of toast with ¼ cup or less creamed salmon and peas, and then wait a couple of hours to give yourself time to gauge the effects.
At that point, if you are feeling good, then it’s safe to have another slice or two but remember that edibles will last much longer than the effects one would expect from smoking dry herb. Some consumers report the effects lasting for up to 12 entire hours, so it’s safest to start low, go slow, and proceed with caution as you experiment with exciting new edibles recipes that you haven’t tried before.