Tuna is one of the best budget-friendly groceries you can acquire, but if you’re starting to get sick of it, you might be curious about canned salmon. It’s not as cheap as canned tuna, but there’s still a whole lot you can do with the fish; canned salmon is shelf-stable and can last at room temperature for up to three years. It's also a lot cheaper and easier than cooking a salmon filet.
When a Redditor found themself with a surplus of canned salmon, they asked for some recipes that would help hide the fishy taste — here are some of our favorites from the thread and elsewhere. But first, we dug into some common questions about canned salmon.