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We loved it! I got requests for thirds from my youngest, who is an extremely picky eater, so that's pretty amazing. I'll make a few changes next time, though. I'm going to try cutting back on the crackers. I'm also going to either eliminate or halve the salt. With the salted crackers, it's really not that necessary. They were so yummy, though. My mom always served salmon patties with fried potatoes growing up, so that's what we had with them too. It's kind of a comfort factor for me. :)

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Luv2Cook/Hate2Clean:) October 25, 2010

A really nice, simple salmon croquette recipe. I added 1 tsp dill weed and thought this added a lot of nice flavor. Also, I covered the croquettes in Panko (Japanese bread crumbs) instead of cracker crumbs. I found that the patty shape worked better than the croquette shape even though I used mashed potatoes. Excellent!

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vengefulspectre October 16, 2008

I don't care much for salmon. Even less for the canned kind. This recipe was absolutely unbelievable. Her sweetness wants to eat healthy. Salmon is on top of the list of must eat foods. This not only was edible, but tasted like a million stars. I made mine with the baked potato. Man, was it good! I'm not going to lose this recipe!! Thanks a bunch!

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Chef Booshman March 13, 2007

Sorry to ruin a perfect score but these were extremely greasy. I made them with the potatoes and was so excited that I had finally found a gluten free version of salmon croquettes. The taste was good but potatoes soaked up the oil like a sponge. Will try it again with gluten free crackers or go back to using corn meal as I have done in the past.

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dr.momde47 March 24, 2012

Awesome! I added lemon pepper seasoning and substituted italian flavored bread crumbs for the saltines because I didn't have saltines. Dipped in Asian sweet chili sauce (Caravelle brand) and they were absolutely delish!!!! This will become a weekly staple.

Update 10/22/10: This time I used crushed saltines and it came out great, too! Added dried dill, salt free lemon herb seasoning, and celery salt to add flavor. So delicious. Served with homemade tartar sauce.

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dallasdiva September 22, 2010

I just picked up a can of salmon from BigLots and this recipe sounds just like the one my mother use to make. So guess what we're having for dinner 2night :) Thank you SouthernBell26

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BRNSGR128 May 02, 2009

I made these for my grandparents and they were really good. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.

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brinklms March 25, 2008
Salmon Croquettes