Corny Salmon Cakes

READY IN: 20mins
Recipe by Uncle Dobo

Based on a recipe from C. Joe Murray of Angoon, Alaska, and printed in the August 1980 issue of "Alaska" magazine, this is a nice way to use up leftover salmon! You can substitute other kinds of leftover fish, if you like.

Top Review by ladypit

No one in my family liked the idea of this, but all of us (save the super picky one) really liked it! I had 2 tuna fillets left over in the freezer from one of those big bags you can buy at a warehouse store. I couldn't decide what to do with them as they were not enough for a full meal. I cooked them in a pan until they were cooked on the outside but still rather pink on the inside, and then broke them up in the pan with my spatula. I used cheap baking mix and skim milk, and frozen corn that I cooked in the microwave. My garlic powder is garlic and herbs, and I used a sweet onion. When we ate these the words that came out were "Wow! These are actually pretty good!" LOL We ate them with low fat sour cream on top and they were really good served alongside coleslaw. Thanks!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix together the baking mix, corn meal, milk, and egg, and stir well.
  2. Stir in remaining ingredients.
  3. Cook as you would pancakes in a hot skillet with oil.

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