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I love salmon cakes! They always bring me back to my childhood -- and that's a good thing! I thought about cutting the recipe in half but decided against it. I made all the patties and froze half of them for another day. We had these with Baked Macaroni and Cheese. Absolutely delicious! Thanks Kitt! Another recipe to go into make this often file! Made in Honor of Think Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
Wonderful flavor! I loved these tasty little cakes! Thanks, Kitten! I can always count on your recipes to be great.
This is one of the better salmon pattie recipes I have tried.
I don't even particularly like salmon patties and these were great. I used fresh salmon.
SO delicious. I made these exactly to the recipe and wouldn't want to change a thing. Loved the lemon juice and the green onions in these patties! The three eggs - I'd never have dared to add so many had the recipe not specified three eggs! - meant that they stayed in shape perfectly! Because they are so good cold, I shall be making them often both as a great hot weather dish and for yummy take-to-work lunches. We enjoyed these both warm and cold with KITTENCAL's Greek-Style Feta and Olive Spread (For Burgers, Steaks and Fish) and I'd have to agree they were particularly flavoursome cold. Thank you for sharing another super recipe, KITTENCAL.
Oh these were the best Salmon Patties we have ever had!!! I can never seem to get that crisp golden outside coating on my patties until these. We cut the recipe in half and made exactly as stated. This will be the only Salmon patties I ever make. The only problem is I cut the recipe in half and their our no leftovers!!! :-) Your recipes are the best!!!
I made a little bit of a boo-boo on my first attempt. I didn't realize there was a smaller size can of salmon, so in trying to cut the recipe in half, I used (2) 14 ounce cans of salmon and only half of the rest of the ingredients, which produced a drier patty :( Overall, they turned out alright. I added some lime juice to the mixture instead of lemon, and used Shake n' Bake to coat. I fried half of the patties in olive oil and baked the other half at 325 degrees for 20 minutes, just to see if there was any noticeable difference. The baked batch were crispier. I served them with stuffed mushrooms. Since I had just as many patties using a half recipe as I would have making a full recipe (my bad), the next night for dinner, I sprayed the remaining patties with olive oil Pam, broiled them until crisp, topped with teriyaki sauce, toasted up some buns, threw on some lettuce, tomato and mayo and served as a broiled teriyaki salmon burgers. YUM! Thanks Kittencal:)
well as I said before I have come to expect the best from Kit and here is another one, I agree these are even better cold, I am making these all the time, just delicious, thanks Kit
I am shocked I have not rated this yet because I have been making it for years. I hated salmon patties until this recipe. The onions are key for me. I use panko instead of flour. They are so good. We tend to eat them on buns like a sandwich and we also like them cold--I like a lot of food cold but these are excellent. Thanks Kittencal. You have so many fantastic recipes.
Good recipe. I made 16 mini patties from this recipe with 2 modifications: The final dip was in panko instead of flour and I sprayed with oil and baked at 375 F instead of frying. 10 min on each side and broiler for browning afterwards.