OLD FASHIONED SALMON PATTIES

OLD FASHIONED SALMON PATTIES - All Recipes

Super cheap, super easy, and super delicious, this classic recipe will leave you craving for more. It’s a great treat for your kids and will leave you all with unforgettable memories.

Hmm… the scent of childhood – the sweet aroma from mama’s kitchen as she works her magic to transform a handful of pantry ingredients into delicious salmon patties. Mama’s patties were about the best things I had growing up and I’ve missed those moments when we’d gather to dig into her awesome delicacy. Now, I play mama’s role and I give my kids memories of a lifetime by working my magic to transform a handful of pantry ingredients into delicious salmon patties.
In truth, there’s really no magic to it. Making salmon patties is really simple and the end result is just yummy! It’s flavor is sublime and it’s really healthy too. This is something that your lovely family deserves, plus it saves you a lot of time on busy weeknights.

Ingredients

6 ounces pink salmon
2 tablespoons diced onions
Salt and pepper, just little quantities
1 large egg
1 tablespoon buttermilk
2 tablespoons cornmeal
4 tablespoons all-purpose flour
Canola oil

Directions

Step 1: Completely drain, and de-bone the pink salmons. Then shred it with 2 forks
Step 2: Combine the shredded salmons, onions, salt and pepper in a bowl. In another bowl, beat the egg with milk, then combine the egg-milk mix with the salmon mix. Add buttermilk, cornmeal and flour and mix till they combine well.
Step 3: Heat ¼ cup of canola oil in a medium sized iron skillet over medium heat. Drop spoonfuls of the salmon mix and flatten a little.
Step 4: Fry each side for about a minute or until the brown crust forms. Take out and place on a paper towel to drain the excess oil
Step 5: Serve delicious salmon patties, with any toping of your choice.

Side Dishes to go:
You can serve your salmon cake with a variety of cold or hot vintage side dishes. Any of:
·Creamed peas
·Mashed potato cakes
·Grandma’s deviled eggs
·Coleslaw
·Buttermilk mac and cheese
can go with this dish.

Tips:
When frying the patties, avoid flipping multiple times and moving them around. Flip once, allow to stand still till they turn brown. This will prevent the formed cakes from falling apart.

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