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"Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/21/2010 10:21 AM EDT
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Does anyone out there have a great recipe for salmon patties that you would like to share?

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/21/2010 11:51 AM EDT
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Does anyone out there have a great recipe for salmon patties that you would like to share?
Posted by gale g


This is how I make mine.  A can of salmon, 2 eggs slightly beaten, diced onion (you decide how much), smashed crackers (you decide how much...saltines or Ritz) and about 1/4 c. milk.  Mix all together very well and shape into patties.  Fry in a non-stick skillet about 4-5 min. on each side.  DELICIOUS!

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/21/2010 12:21 PM EDT
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My son likes his with cheese & peppers.  Replace crackers with bread crumbs.  Can add whatever spices you like.  Works well with canned or fresh fish

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/23/2010 9:14 PM EDT
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I make mine with a can of salmon, 2 eggs beaten, diced onion, bread crumbs and parsley and other spices you would like to add.  Mix together and shape into patties.  Fry in a little olive oil about 4-8minutes on each side.

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/24/2010 8:57 PM EDT
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Thanks for all of your ideas, I may use a little from each one.

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/26/2010 12:05 AM EDT
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Thanks for all of your ideas, I may use a little from each one.
Posted by gale g


I use keebler club crackers, mustard, old bay,  soy sauce, eggs and I bake them in the oven in olive oil. I have also plank cooked them on my grill outside. 

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/26/2010 6:32 PM EDT
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Thanks Maxine M. I never thought about making them on a cedar plank that sounds really good.Thanks again for everyone's ideas.

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posted at 10/27/2010 7:58 PM EDT
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Thanks Maxine M. I never thought about making them on a cedar plank that sounds really good.Thanks again for everyone's ideas.
Posted by gale g


I use Oak planks not cedar.

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/27/2010 11:35 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: "Salmon Patties" : I use Oak planks not cedar.
Posted by Maxine M


 I didn't know there were oak planks.I will look for those. thank you again

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/28/2010 4:27 AM EDT
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 hiDarla;  what size can of salmon?l or shorter( 6 oz vs over 12 oz.)
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Can these be made w/tuna?
In Response to Re: "Salmon Patties":
In Response to "Salmon Patties" : This is how I make mine.  A can of salmon, 2 eggs slightly beaten, diced onion (you decide how much), smashed crackers (you decide how much...saltines or Ritz) and about 1/4 c. milk.  Mix all together very well and shape into patties.  Fry in a non-stick skillet about 4-5 min. on each side.  DELICIOUS!
Posted by Darla M

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posted at 10/28/2010 6:53 PM EDT
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You can also use any fruit wood planks.

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 10/28/2010 8:52 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: "Salmon Patties":
You can also use any fruit wood planks.
Posted by Maxine M


Hi Maxine,I was unaware that they sold all different sorts of wood planks and I'm sure each leaves it's own unique flavor.My brother always saves different types of wood. When he uses his smoker grill ,I know that he likes apple wood with pork.I'm starting to listen to my little brother more and more.He started having me brine meats before cooking and I must say it makes it all moist and tender.Thank you for your input this is going to open up all kinds of different avenues.

Re: "Salmon Patties"

posted at 11/8/2010 7:33 PM EST
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Hi Ann, I see no one's answered your question yet and I'm not sure what size can of salmon they use but I usually use the larger size....12 or 14 ounce....whatever size the larger can is. I make mine basically the same as the others mentioned here. Can of salmon, one egg, diced onions, saltine crackers, salt and pepper, and sometimes a couple shakes of parsley. I also make tuna patties the same way, except using the smaller 6 ounce can for those. A few weeks ago I found another recipe online for salmon patties baked in the oven. It was basically the same as the ones I do on the stovetop and tasted the same. But we do love salmon and tuna patties and fish is good for you!!
Thanks, Everyone, for sharing your salmon recipes here!!

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