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According to the family, borderline fish eaters, and the head cook and bottle washer who is a confirmed fish hater, this was the best d@mned fish we ever had. Looks like Salmon Patties are going into "cook often" file. Was really easy too. I took a chance and used baking powder, as listed in the ingredients. The instructions said "soda" so I wasn't sure which was a typo. The baking powder worked fine so I assume that is what you meant. Thanks for a great recipe!

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KyanaBelle April 08, 2002

Rosemary,I really liked your salmon pattie's,the only thing I did different is I cooked them in olive oil& butter only because I like the butter flavor.Thanks for the recipe!!

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Chef 920429 August 20, 2002

This is an awesome recipe. My family loves these Salmon Patties! I also add 1 teaspoon of Old Bay seasoning, it just adds that extra pop! I also love the high protein count! All an added plus! Thanks for sharing this Great recipe!

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Pejjmom May 01, 2013

Absolutely fabtastic! I made a first batch and served it up...turned my back to make the second bathc and my 3yo had eaten all the first ones!! He kep saying 'Yummy! Yummy!' I added some finely chopped spinach and it was very very tasty. I'll be making these very often.

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npsmama October 24, 2008

I made this recipe often as a starving student in college over 30 years ago, using the cheaper pink salmon. I got the recipe from my mom, who got it from my aunt, who got it off a Crisco label. When I make it these days, I don't bother taking the skin and bones out of the canned salmon, just mush them up into the mixture. Easier and more nutritious.

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PamC April 05, 2012

We really liked this recipe. My husband has a problem with fried things so I baked them in the oven on 400 for 25 minutes. They came out nice but next time I will probably add some kind of oil to the outside. Maybe sear in a nice buttered and oiled pan then pop in the oven to finish. I mixed some cayenne pepper and cilantro to the tarter sauce. Next time I will add some Old Bay. I think it was calling for me to add some. A little hot sauce of some kind would spice it up a little. This recipe is a keeper! Hopefully next time I will remember to shoot a pix. Thanks Rosemary! YaYa

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yaya78006 October 05, 2009

We loved this! I rarely fry, but I've been trying to find a way to incorporate fish into our diet, and the only way my husband will eat fish is fried. I followed the recipe exactly and used canola oil for the frying since it is a "healthy" oil. We'll be having this at least once a month, if not more!

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jmills326 June 27, 2009

These are, without a doubt, the best salmon patties I have ever made!! My hubby, who hates most fish dishes, ate over half of them before I had eaten my first one. This is such an easy recipe to put together I plan on having it often. Thanks for sharing!

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Dianne03 December 03, 2002

I made these with Italian bread crumbs instead of flour. So yummy!

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BeQui June 10, 2014

Delicious!! I used a piece of leftover grilled salmon in place of the can. Therefore, didn't have any salmon juice so I used lemon juice whichworked out perfectly. Served them up with fried okra and corn on the cob for a fantastic Southern summer meal.

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CowboysChick June 19, 2013
Quick N' Easy Salmon Patties