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Salmon Patties

Salmon Patties created by Zurie

These are my nephew's favorite thing I make. We like 'em with tater tots and buttered peas.

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directions

  • Place salmon in medium bowl and add all ingredients except margarine.
  • Mix well with hands.
  • Spray electric skillet with non-stick spray and heat to 325 degrees F.
  • Shape salmon mixture into 9 patties and place in skillet.
  • Add half of the margarine in chunks all around.
  • Cook for 10 minutes.
  • Flip and add 2nd half of margarine chunks.
  • Lower heat to 300 F.
  • Cook 10 minutes more.
  • Serve with cocktail sauce.
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"These are my nephew's favorite thing I make. We like 'em with tater tots and buttered peas."
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  1. TheGrumpyChef
    Pretty tasty patties. The hubby requested I cut back on the use of crackers a little bit the next time I make these, though. Made for PAC Fall 2008. thanks for sharing
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  2. Zurie
    Salmon Patties Created by Zurie
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  3. Zurie
    This is a correction of my previous review as well as an explanation, and I do apologise. I only found out after I'd made the recipe, that "1 packet saltines" means exactly 2 biscuits of the English cream cracker type!! (We do not not have saltines in South Africa). Therefore, using a 200 g/7 ounce box of lightly salted cocktail biscuits was obviously too much -- no wonder I found the result too dry. But I'd still suggest using about 3 - 4 ounces of crumbly, savoury cocktail biscuits. It really gave the fish cakes a great taste.
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  4. KS Farmwife
    These are my nephew's favorite thing I make. We like 'em with tater tots and buttered peas.
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