5 Reviews

Yum, yum, yum. So much better than the salmon cakes I usually make. I will make these from now on. I did pan fry them in a little bit more oil than usual for sauteeing. Great recipe.

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Mary K. January 22, 2015

I've been making this recipe for awhile now..was going to add it but searched and see it is already here. These are a fast/simple and very tasty treat to toss together. You can make them with tuna or salmon, and if you don't have milk on hand you can simply retain 1/4 cup of the liquid from the salmon or tuna and use that. They also lend themselves well to additions. Some chopped onion (my wifes favorite)..or for me, some chedder cheese in the tuna ones! I've also had the salmon with no lemon juice, added 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise and a bit of dill weed. Lovely!

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LoversDream September 01, 2007

I have been having a difficult time learning to like fish again and this was amazing! There's only a hint of lemon and salmon, everything is mild tasting, but very good. I had to pan fry these and I used olive oil. Wonderful - thank you!

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Zizek May 29, 2006

These were quite tasty, and fast to put together. I pan fried them as well, which turned them more into salmon cakes than 'puffs'. My son asked for seconds which is amazing since he had already decided he hated salmon. Thanks for a delicious recipe!

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Minxkat1 February 01, 2006

These are great! They go together easily and come out beautifully. I pan fried instead of deep frying and had to turn them over after about two minutes. You don't want to turn them over too quickly, because they can fall apart. These are divine! My three year old asked for seconds - if that isn't a good review, i don't know what is.

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Qmeg July 31, 2005
Salmon Puffs