Simple Salmon Patties

Friday, October 21, 2016






Do you ever want to cook something really tasty for the family but time just doesn't permit thawing and waiting , and then trying to cut meat when it's half-frozen??? That was my dilemma!! I had no idea what to cook and didn't have time to thaw anything out!!!

So, I ran for the pantry and found what I always keep in case of an emergency!! Wasn't this an emergency??? I had to feed these hungry mouths - and pretty soon!!! It couldn't take 2 hours to cook it!!!

I found two large cans of Salmon!!!! These are like a life-saver!!! Every family needs to keep canned Salmon in their pantry - just in case an emergency happens!! It requires no cooking and contains lots of protein. This reminds me of my great-grandmother. She had 12 kids and somehow she could take a can of Salmon - manage to stretch it and feed the whole family. She knew how to survive on a bit of nothing!!

Well, back to getting this job finished before everyone starves!!! hehe





You will first want to open both cans and pour them into a pretty big bowl. I dissect mine and take out most of the bones. I know bones are good calcium but the crunch really gets on my nerves. So, if you like the texture with the bones just leave 'em in there. After I debone both cans, I crumble up the meat really well. Now, it's time to start cutting and adding!!!

I first start warming the water for the egg substitute. Our daughter is allergic to chicken eggs so I either have to use duck eggs or an egg substitute. This time I'm using the Ener-G Egg Replacer. Sometimes, I use two flax eggs. This time, I'm make enough egg substitute for two eggs.



Next, measure out 2/3 of a cup of Brown Rice Flour or Gluten-Free Flour Blend and 2/3 of a cup of Cornmeal. Pour that on top of the Salmon. Then you will add 1 cup of chopped Cilantro and 4 Green Onions. I love my handy-dandy garlic mincer for these types of recipes. I bought mine from Pampered Chef and it works better than any other garlic press. Anyway, throw in 8 cloves of minced garlic and some salt and pepper to taste.

To finish it out, I add between 1 1/2 to 2 cups of non-dairy milk. Mix all these ingredients together. You want it to have a thicker consistency where it's easy to pick up and form patties. They can be a little squishy but not too much.



Most of the work is over now - we just have to fry them and -waalaa - we can eat!!!! My favorite oil for frying is olive oil since it has a higher flame point than coconut oil. I like to fry the patties between 5 to 8 minutes on each side. The crispier the better is the way I prefer them - but if you don't like all the crispiness, just fry them a bit less . After a few minutes of frying, drain them on an unbleached paper towel or draining rack.




Everyone likes these so much that I had to add this recipe to my weekly menu plan. These are even great snacks throughout the day for those hungry teenagers. Have fun and enjoy!!!


Do you like Salmon patties??

What veggies do you eat with Salmon??

Do your kids like them??



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