photo by Gayle J.
- Ready In:
- Drain salmon and mash.
- Add relish,onions, cream,salt and pepper.
- Shape into 12 balls.
- Roll in corn flakes.
- Place in baking pan.
- Bake in a pre heated 350F degree oven for 35 minutes.
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Absolutely delish! My 9 year old hates salmon croquettes and she devoured 2 of them and commenced to tell me how yummy they were. I did not have bread crumbs so I supplemented with crushed up caesar croutons and a little louisiana seafood breading miix...I ate them plain-no sauce and they were so tasty! Quick and GREAT simple recipe-every ingredient was right in the cabinet!! The best yet!!!!
This was my first experience with both canned salmon and salmon croquettes, so I wasn't really sure what to expect. I was just trying to use up ingredients in my grandma's pantry. The flavor was pretty good, though I thought the relish/onion combo made it seem sort of like a breaded tuna salad. If I make these again, I'll definitely leave out the relish and look for some herbs to complement the salmon.
Very good and so easy! Having no relish available, I minced some cornichons in their juice with a little prepared mustard - that's as close as I can approximate. The onions provided just the right savoury element to offset the sweet-tartness of the relish. These were delicious and I will make them again.