Combine salmon, cream cheese, and Worcestershire sauce and mix well. Shape into ball or log. Roll mixture of pecans and parsley. Roll up in plastic wrap. Chill to blend favor. Serve with crackers. Makes about 2 cups.
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What would you serve with the salmon balls recipe I found on this site?
Bonnie from Niagara Falls
I'd make a thin white sauce and put some peas in it. Then also have a salad and boiled potatoes. Use the white sauce as a gravy for peas and salmon.
Sorry I meant use the white sauce as a gravy for the potatoes and salmon.
When I make Salmon patties we like maccroni & cheese with them.
Does anyone have the recipe for the sauce they put on the salmon from The Cheesecake Factory?
Laurie from Pahrump, NV
Hi Laurie, I don't have the recipe. But I am from Pahrump, as well.
What side of town do you live on? I'm south Homestead and Silver.
We should get together for lunch sometime.
Hi, I'm off Mesquite, between Leslie & Linda. My email is badwater at webtv dot net (fill in symbols). Sounds like fun.
Does anyone have the recipe for the sauce that Leverock's serves with their onion crusted salmon? It was a light pink color and tasted so good.
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