7 Reviews

A really great basic salmon pattie recipe - I could not use the onion due to intolerance reasons but otherwise made as directed just upping the amount and using a 410 gram can of pink slamon and a 210 gram can of red salmon with a heap of left over mashed potato (dry mix not smooth). The DH reconned the mix needed an egg in it but I had to disagree as the patties formed and coioked really well at about 5 to 6 minutes per side (I got 7 patties at 150 grams each - yes I weighed them on the scales for uniformity) and they were crispy on the outside and warmed inside (I did refrigerate for about 1 hour before cooking to set the burgers). Thank you Sara 76 for great recipe and to Averybird for her recommendation, made for I Recommend Tag Game.

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I'mPat May 25, 2011

This was just what I was looking for. My grandma used to make fish cakes like this! I think she used white fish of some sort. The salmon could not have been easier, as I used the boneless skinless one, and the onion added a lovely sweet crunch to the pattys. I would recomend chilling the patties before dipping and breading to make them easier to handle! Thanks Sara these rock!

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Ladymedic April 03, 2009

Great comfort food! Fairly easy to make too!

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EmmaRebekah March 27, 2009

Nice little recipe. These potato-salmon cakes fry up a beautiful golden brown and taste great with tartar sauce or a cocktail/mayo mixture. TIP: Non-metric conversions are (440g= 1 lb salmon; 1kg= 2.2 lb potatoes). The last review is correct in that these are more like potato-salmon cakes, with the salmon present but not the main flavor in the cakes. A great way to use up leftover salmon, plus hubby couldn't get enough of them! Will make again, thank you Sara 76.

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averybird March 17, 2008

This recipe has a lot of potential. I would suggest halving the amount of potatos. This seemed to be more of a potato cake with a little bit of salmon. I would also pair it with a sauce.

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Martha Cooks! March 11, 2008

Yum! Only change I made was to use raw onion instead of sautee first and cooked over a well oiled BBQ plate. Was really quick to put together and great with a light salad.

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Peter J November 08, 2012

These patties were easy to make and were very, very tasty. First time I've been able to keep patties from falling apart...I did add about 2 tablespoons of Hellman's mayonnaise....

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trick May 07, 2012
Salmon Patties