By Jimijoe 43 on February 21, 2005
Photo by Kelley52
Photo by Kelley52
"You can use turkey, chicken, salmon, shrimp...whatever you like...for the main ingeredient in these croquettes - I used chicken. GREAT every time! Makes 4 patties, 2 servings."
Serving Size: 1 (267 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"What a wonderful and so easy recipe to use. I have tryed the canned chicken in the past but this seems to be much better. I also used seasoned bread crumbs and this recipe turned out great. My brother would love to have these over and over..Plus +++ they are very good for freezing..yes we did it and all worked out great. Thank You so very much for new and better ideas for making my brother his chicken croquettes..Hugs"
"Not bad, especially if you don't have a lot of chicken leftover. I think it could use more seasoning though. Maybe seasoned breadcrumbs and add some herbs to the chicken mixture."
"This was my first attempt at croquettes and I'm glad I chose this recipe, it's a winner! I used Recipe #199409 for coating and they turned out nice and crispy. Made for Alphabet Soup Game. Thanks for posting Jimijoe!"
"Absolutely the best recipe for croquettes I have made . I made this with chicken and made my own chicken gravy from scratch to put over the croquettes and DH and I thought we were in heaven. I used half&half milk and added a touch of poultry seasoning for a touch more flavor. I also made my own bread crumbs to roll them in. This is in my books as a keeper! Thanks for sharing this recipe! "
"What I liked the most was the great crunchy crust it formed! I didn't chill but let the cream sauce cool and then added to chicken mixture (saved some time).In the South, we prefer spicier foods, so next time I'll add poultry seasoning and several dashes of hot sauce. I recommend serving this with a sauce to dip or drizzle over the croquettes...but don't lose that crunch...it was great! Thanks for sharing Jimijoe."
"This one can't be beat. A definite keeper in our house. Thank you! Margie"
"I was looking for something besides chicken salad to make w/ some left over chicken & this caught my eye. The only changes I made were, I used panko as the breading & I added chopped celery tops & poultry seasoning to the onions. I was wanting a Thanksgiving kind of taste. Made a veloute` sauce to go w/ the croquettes, but ended up liking just plain ole ketchup. I enjoyed the meal with a simple salad. Thanks!"
"Okay the Red Sox are up 6-0 so I can take some time to review this. I used leftover chicken from Recipe #111514 and used Recipe #199409 as ElaineAnn suggested. Instead of using a fresh onion I rehydrated Dry Onion Flakes and I also rolled the Croquettes into balls instead of patties-this is how I've seen the prepackaged ones (I got 6 croquette balls:)). This recipe was so simple and came out perfect and yummy to boot! Thanks! GO RED SOX!!!"
"We really liked these. I used chicken for them this time and look forward to trying them with tuna or smal shrimp. I will add some mustard and fresh chopped parsley next time. Thanks! "
"I used ground beef and made my own bread. Came out great!"
"Used canned tuna (which was tomato and capsicum flavoured) and added some chopped garlic in with the onions for more flavour. Very delicious! I'll definitely be making these again, they were so simple, and very good served with sweet chilli sauce."
"We loved these...we used a rotisserie chicken, chopped course. I also added garlic powder. Loved the crunch! Thanks for posting."