Pierside Salmon Patties
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
I used left over cooked salmon I had in place of the canned. I did not change anything else. It was easy and will be making again. It gives 12 generous patties. The taste was great- could be used to make a salmon "burger"
BELIEVE ME WHEN I SAY THIS! ABSOLUTELY AWFUL! This has got to be the worst recipe for salmon patties! What a waste of salmon! Will stick to the "fillet/ steak" from now on!
I think I will just stick to eating my salmon in "steak" form and forget about making it into patties. Makes me remember why I hated salmon/tuna patties as a kid.
This has got to be the worst thing I have ever eaten. Ugghhhh!!!!!! Gross
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The recipe description originally mentioned a lemon dill sauce. The recipe is correct as published without any lemon in the sauce. We appologize for the error, it will be corrected here soon.Taste of Home Test Kitchen
I made these salmon patties to freeze for individual dinners for my husband to take to work. Mine did not look like the picture, I think like the other reviewer- if I would have coated them in panko crumbs they would have resembled the photo more. I havent gotten the rating from my hubby but because its salmon I am sure he will enjoy. Easy to freeze individually and then place frozen patties in large freezer bag, removing as you need them.
I made a 1/2 portion and they turned out well. They were tender but needed a little more flavour, for my tastes. I might add a little fresh ginger or garlic to the patties next time. I made my own tartar sauce but found when I topped them instead with a little of the coleslaw that I had brought in my lunch, they perked right up. I did it on a whim but plan on doing that the next time - it was different & yummy!
This recipe is great. I love salmon. The only change that I made was to make the patties and roll (or pat) them in panko bread crumbs before cooking. They get really crunchy like my family likes.