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                         Salmon-Asparagus Manicotti
 Recipe By     : BETH WOODELL <woodell@EUROPA.UMUC.EDU>
 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Cheese                           Italian
                 Pasta                            Seafood/Shellfish
                 Vegetables                       Asparagus
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    1      Pkg           Manicotti -- (16 Oz.) (mine had
                         14 tubes)
    1      Lb            Farmer Cheese -- (or ricotta cheese)
    1                    Salmon Steak -- about 1/2 lb.
      1/2  Lb.           Fresh Asparagus
    1      Can           Cream Of Asparagus Soup
                         Salt And Pepper
                         Parmesan Cheese
 Cook the manicotti according to package directions, drain and cool. Set
 Poach the salmon steak (in broth or whatever), let cool, remove skin and
 bones, and crumble the flesh into medium-small pieces. Trim the bottoms of
 the asparagus and chop the green parts into 1/2"-1 pieces. You don't have to
 cook them beforehand.
 Combine the cheese, salmon flakes, asparagus and salt and pepper to taste in
 a large bowl. Combine cream of asparagus soup with 1 can of milk and add some
 of the resulting prepared soup to the cheese mixture. The stuffing should be
 soft but not runny. Use this to stuff each tube of manicotti. Place them
 side-by-side in a shallow baking dish. Pour the rest of the soup over the pan
 and sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top. Bake at 350 for 25 minutes or so. Serve
 with, what else, more steamed asparagus!! YUM! (Asparagus was on sale for
 $1.29/# at Giant last week so I got a bunch. It was the pencil-thin kind,
 too, not those big woody things we'll be getting later on. Spring is on its
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 NOTES : I served this over the weekend to a guest and we both gobbled it up.
 It’s actually a variation of a recipe I got from a lady at my synagogue, but
 by the time I got done substituting it became a whole different recipe.
 (serves 6-7 
 This is also not lasgna, but maybe closer than manicotti--on the other hand,
 maybe not.
 Hope these help--Sorry I couldn't find exactly what you wanted.