Total Time
15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Quick easy recipe that can be adjusted to your individual tastes. Feel free to experiment. Tasty, healthy, quick and a hit with adults and kids alike! With 4 teens, we are constantly trying to find ways to get them to eat more fish. Not always easy, but this recipe always gets the same reaction everytime. "Can I have another?" See my "Dijon mustard" version for another option

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. *If you can't find Sambal Oelek, which is basically spicy tomato paste, use 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper and 1 tsp tomato paste*.
  2. With either a food processor or a sharp knife, dice the salmon. DO NOT make it into paste!
  3. Add all the ingrediants, saving the olive oil for the cooking stage.
  4. refrigerate a few hours so that it keeps it's form when cooked.
  5. Cook the patties about 3 minutes each side, in a non-stick pan using about 1 tbs of olive oil over medium-high heat.
  6. Be careful not to over cook, or they will be dry.
  7. Serve with a salad of baby spinach and raspberry dressing or any salad you like!
Most Helpful

4 5

I think the amount of shallots in this recipe is a bit much for the cut of fish. I couldn't taste anything else. I totally didn't think these were going to cook up in their shape, but they did ( I used some saran wrap inside a peanut butter jar lid to form the patties and then wrapped and froze each patty for an hour and a half)before pan frying in some peanut oil. Made this for PAC Spring 09'