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Salmon Patties Tips and Tricks

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A great way to stretch salmon meat to feed more people is by making salmon patties. This page contains salmon patties tips and tricks.


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August 15, 2008

Salmon patties are a quick and easy dinner I can throw together when I get home late from work, and don't want to spend all evening in the kitchen. The other day, I had about 1 cup of left-over mashed potatoes from dinner the night before, and I usually make potato pancakes out of them, but I put the leftover mashed potatoes in my salmon patties, Gave them a wonder flavor and a smooth texture. I used 1 can of salmon.

By Joyce from Evansville, Indiana

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By Rhea (Guest Post)
August 21, 20080 found this helpful
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I usually add a cup of wheat germ.

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August 21, 20080 found this helpful
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For my salmon cakes, I use 1 can of salmon mostly drained and remove most of the skin; dried dill; a beaten egg; some chopped onion; crushed saltine crackers(unsalted tops); and a good-size dollop of Kraft Light Miracle Whip. Mix together and form into patties and brown in non-stick skillet til outside is crunchy. Brown on both sides. Sometimes I just pat it all into the bottom of the skillet and cut into 4 or 6 pieces with the edge of the spatula. The dill and Miracle Whip make them yummy.

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By 0 found this helpful
November 2, 2009

When making salmon patties, sometimes one can of salmon will not make enough for my needs. Instead of buying another can of salmon, I mix in a can of jack mackerel (right next to tuna and salmon at the grocery). Jack mackerel is about $1 or $2 cheaper and works just at well. Also, I crush up the bones in both and it gives healthy calcium to the dish.


By Judy from Memphis, TN

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August 25, 20120 found this helpful
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I haven't seen makerel in the stores in years but it's ok with me. I would rather stretch my salmon with bread and eggs than open a can of smelly makerel in my house.

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