I was a bit skeptical about using buttery crackers, but am glad I gave it a try. These are some of the best salmon patties I have ever made, my DH made me promise to use this recipe from now on!
These were actually really good, I did not add the red pepper becuase of our 2 year old. Next time I think I will just section hers out. I used about 11-15 crackers to get the consistency I liked.
I didn't have any salmon so I grab the tuna. Had to guess roughly about how much Ritz to use but these are really tasty. The bonus of this recipe is it's easy and the patties are seasoned to your own liking. Thumbs up from the DH!
Yummy, yummy, yummy!!! I haven't had salmon patties since I was a kid (and I didn't like them then!) but decided to give these a try. YUM!. I did 2 cans of salmon and about 7 or 8 reduced fact ritz crackers...3 eggs and the rest of the ingredients to taste. LOVED them! So did my DH who was very skeptical about this very healthy dinner! Thank you for this one!
These were easy to make and a nice change for dinner. I used 2 - 7oz. cans of boneless skinless salmon, 2 eggs and about 10 ritz crackers. I also added sliced green onion and a little lemon pepper. Easy and tasty! We will be making these again and experimenting with adding different flavors. Thx!
This was made on 5/29/08 for the "April Showers Bring May Flowers 2008 " photo challenge,and as part of our dinner.My SO really enjoys fish and I'm trying to eat more and I'm always on the lookout for recipes that we both will enjoy. And this one is a winner.In case anyone is interested about the amount of crackers it takes for this recipe, I used 12.Also I found that 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon of red pepper flakes and 1/2 teaspoon of parsley flakes were the perfect amount for us. I did however only get 5 patties out of this.( made them too large ).The next time these are made, I'm going to try to make them a little smaller.The taste was just "FANTASTIC". These are certainly going to be made again. Thanks so much for posting,and "Keep Smiling :)"
Delicious and super easy! I used wheat crackers, which worked out quite well and added some minced green onions. I made them in the afternoon and froze them, with the intention of having them some other night. I wound up cooking them that same night after a miserable pork roast FAILURE. These handily came to the rescue - I put them straight into the skillet and they cooked up from frozen to done in about 5 minutes!! They were a little bit "softer" than I would prefer, so next time I may add more crumbs, or cut back to one egg. Or maybe I'll roll some crumbs on the outside to give them a bit more crunch. These will be added to the regular repertoire, though!
These came out dry for me which could easily have been my own fault from adding too much cracker crumbs. This is the first time I have ever made salmon patties and was unaware of what the "too dry" specification in the recipe instructions might mean. So, live and learn, I will be trying them again, especially as my kids enjoyed them quite a bit. I'll be looking around for a good sauce to go with them even if the next batch comes out juicier. Thank you for your contribution to a generally successful experience with a new food item for me.
Mary, Thank you sooo much for the excellent recipe...not only was it delicious, but it was very easy as well, 2 of my favorite criteria for recipes. My husband and 10 year old son LOVED THEM!!! Will be making them again soon for sure. Thanks again:)
I have always loved salmon patties, but these were the first ones that my husband didn't complain about. :) This recipe will be repeated in my home.