Salmon Croquettes

Total Time:
15 min
Prep:
5 min
Cook:
10 min

Yield:
4 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • 2 fillets canned salmon, flaked
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 2 tablespoons green onions, diced
  • 1/2 cup bread crumbs
  • Vegetable oil, for frying
Directions

Over medium heat, heat oil in a medium skillet. Combine canned salmon, beaten egg, green onions and 1/4 cup bread crumbs. Form into patties and dust with additional bread crumbs. Fry until golden brown, about 2 minutes on each side.


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They are called Salmon croquettes in the Deep South...  item not reviewed by moderator and published
I cooked this recipe, but I used all-purpose flour instead of breadcrumbs. I am not a fan of breadcrumbs. I also cooked Quaker hominy instant grits with the salmon patties, as well. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Deliciously simple! I added a little fresh chopped parsley and lemon zest. <br /> item not reviewed by moderator and published
NOT CROQUETTES, THESE ARE CAKES/PATTIES item not reviewed by moderator and published
Great recipe - very easy, very good. item not reviewed by moderator and published
These were really yummy! Like many others, I had to make some additions, otherwise it probably would have turned out bland. I used an extra egg. I didn't have any Old Bay on hand, so I used Emeril's Bayou Blast (that turned out really good). I also added some black pepper, red pepper flakes, seasoned salt, and garlic powder. Then I added a 4 oz can of diced jalapenos to the mix and squeezed on some fresh lemon juice. After I made the patties, I threw them in the fridge while I prepped some sweet potato fries (also Paula's recipe). I paired them both with Lime Cayenne Mayonnaise. Delicious and spicy! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love these as much as I love watching Paula, Marvelous as all Paula's recipes and dishes are! We miss Paula on FOOD NETWORK. I hardly watch the Channel anymore, it's just not the same. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I'm confused about the quantity of salmon. What does "2 fillets canned salmon" mean? How many fillets are in a can? What size can? (And before someone complains, in order to post a question you are REQUIRED to choose a rating. So no, I haven't tried the recipe yet, but I couldn't post the question without rating it. Food Network should come up with a way to post questions without requiring a rating. Sorry.) item not reviewed by moderator and published
I really enjoyed the taste of the salmon croquettes. I followed the recipe as is and it taste great. item not reviewed by moderator and published
These were very yummy! although they did appear dry after putting it all together I did like some of the other reviews, I added an extra egg and mayo. They turned out marvelous! I served it with smothered fried potatoes and buttered biscuits. See Sandra Lee's croquette recipe for her remoulade sauce. It really complimented the croquette. Thank you Paula Deen item not reviewed by moderator and published
These were the best Salmon Cakes-Croquettes I ever had. I took adalley's advice and added a second egg. I also took shell39's advice and made a white sauce with green peas to go on top. So very yummy and not hard at all. item not reviewed by moderator and published
The Croquettes were delicious. I added lemon juice and mayo. I also used two eggs. Loved the flavor... I made a sarracha mayo to go on top and put it on a bun with lettuce and tamato. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I liked these as well. It did appear a bit dry so I added some light sour cream. And yes, letting them set in the fridge first is best. Instead of a tarter sauce I added lemon juice and some zest to light sour cream. Adds a different flavor. Go Paula! item not reviewed by moderator and published
The patties were dry so i added 1/4 cup of mayo and only put 1/4 cup bread crumbs. I added some salt and pepper for taste. I also added some celery and green bell pepper for flavor. You can also make white sauce to put on top of patties item not reviewed by moderator and published
This must be an old southern recipe, maybe from the depression, because my mom has been making these for years using canned salmon. I make them too, and Paula's recipe is the basic recipe. I add a TBSP of lemon juice if I've got a lemon on hand, and sometimes use 2 eggs. Add pepper. It really does help them hold together better if chilled in the fridge for a while. I'm making these for dinner tonight, and came here looking for a yogurt dill sauce : item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love salmon patties! Use the receipe you prefer but the best best part of them is when you add cream sauce on top. Heat some butter and flour to make a roux and some milk to thicken. I like to add salt, pepper, and a little chix stock(powder can stuff, this is a in a hurry receipe! Add some green peas (from frozen bag in freezer Pour over top-yummy,yummy!!! To dry for me if you do not make this for top. Takes minutes! Kids eat this up!!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Thought this was a wonderful salmon croquette recipe. I, too, followed earlier reviewers and added some old bay seasoning as well as some salt and pepper. I also dipped the croquettes in cornmeal before frying instead of coating the outside in breadcrumbs. This recipe is definitely a keeper! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Didn't like it. It fell apart while cooking. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This was a good START but I had to hook this recipe up UP since I'm from New Orleans!!! It was good after I made some additions... I looked at other reviews and decided what I needed to do! I added chopped red bell pepper, Morton's Nature's Seasoning, McCormick's Garlic and Herbs seasoning, Crushed Red Peppers, Seasoned Pepper, and some Miracle Whip. It was AWESOME!!!!! Us NOLA folks don't like PLAIN OLD food so this came out GREAT!!! I will definitely make it again! On a side note... I used the boneless salmon by Chicken of the Sea (two cans and drained the water. NO BONES (cheaper than the pouches and it was PERFECT! I also let the croquettes set for 30 minutes in the fridge to ensure they did not fall apart during my deep fry in peanut oil! Additionally, I breaded them in a mixture of plain bread crumbs and Italian bread crumbs (more plain than Italian so the flavors would not be overpowered! EXCELLENT!!!!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
4 stars, as is. But, it can be 5 stars with just a little more effort. Add Old Bay seasonings to your liking...I like a lot. I always make with 2 eggs, and I add freshly grated parmasean to the mixture. Probably about 1/4 cup. Lastly, I use two of the large foil packets of salmon. Not sure how that translates to the amount originally called for, but it works. Serve with Ina Garten's tartar sauce. Fabulous. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Very good, quick, easy, and cheap! Added a lot of black pepper. We will definitely be making these bad boys again. Paula Deen is boss. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I can only imagine that if you followed the actual recipe, you had the most bland tasting salmon croquettes ever. I doubled the egg, used yellow onion because I had no green onions on hand, added fresh minced garlic, salt and pepper, lemon juice, and some dill. Because of the changes I had quite a tasty dish. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a great, quick meal! I followed the recipe as written, and they turned out delicious! If you are on a budget and need a quick, but delicious meal, this is the way to go. I actually used the Wal-mart brand salmon in a can to make the salmon croquettes. And, on the video, Paula mentioned that her sons ate this with syrup. I am woman enough to admit that I also tried the salmon croquettes with syrup, and it was absolutely DELICIOUS! Thank you Paula for that tidbit! I will definitely be making this again and again! item not reviewed by moderator and published
DELICIOUS!! Even though they were fried, they still seemed light and oh so yummy!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Haven't made these since I was growing up. Was wondering if they would be as good as I remembered....oh yes, they were. We made a lemon dill aoli for the top. My daughter in law, who isn't at all open to new stuff, gobbled them down. As I'd hoped, none left for lunch tomorrow!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I used freshly baked salmon and fresh bread crumbs. Quick and easy. Definitely not tasty and on the heavy side. Next time, I would like to change the breadcrumbs, add some seasonings and lemon, and have some type of dip. A keeper to use as a basic recipe to add to but not good to make as is. item not reviewed by moderator and published
WOW! This is a great recipe! I'm not big on Salmon but, after my husband came back from Alska in May, he brought back some King Salmon. I added Panako bread crumbs, green onions (as called for, and a mix of chopped sweet pepper for color. This was not only my frist time making Salmon Croquetts but, my first time trying them as well. They came out perfect and my family enjoyed them! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Gave it a three cause if you just go straight with the recipe it's just very straight forward in taste as well. However, this is a good starter recipe that leaves many flavor opportunities open so I definitly recommend using this as a base and just taking it in your own direction with either a sauce/topping or maybe just one or two added ingrediants to boost the yums! (bacon bits comes to mind item not reviewed by moderator and published
Tasty! Quick recipe to follow, I added a bit of kosher salt and used Panko bread crumbs...topped it with Cilantro &amp; Lime sauce..YUM! item not reviewed by moderator and published
awesome..just like my Mom made us when we were kids. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Tasty and Quick! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've been cooking with salmon and making crab cakes for many years, but I don't see why this recipe gets so many good reviews. It was bland at best and like fried cat food at worst. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I grew up eating these as a kid. Only differences are that we didn't have "canned salmon" money, so my mom substituted the salmon for tuna. Instead of bread crumbs, she used crackers. Also, the dust was from cornmeal. I just tried it today garnished with a fresh bruscetta. It was excellent. I suggest the variation for anyone looking for an inexpensive lunch. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This goes into my "QUICK &amp; TASTY" recipe folder. It takes literally TWO SECONDS to make this. And its delish. IF you like canned salmon. My mom doesn't like canned salmon so she wasn't the biggest fan. But I like it. Of course these would be even better with fresh salmon roasted...but this way is much quicker. I DID have trouble keeping my croquettes from falling apart in the skillet. I think next time I will add more bread crumbs to help bind these together. item not reviewed by moderator and published
great, even though I used jalapeno instead of onion ( our preference) it was good, even though I used fresh salmon ( 1 lb.) your portions of seasoning worked out great. I couldn't remember how and your recipe reminded me. Thanks item not reviewed by moderator and published
SO easy and SO tasty!! I loved these and I will make them again and again. Just plain yummy!! To Darryl416, yes you drain it but please don't rate a recipe unless you make it! It messes up the results for those who want to try it because we don't get a true rating. How do you know it is a 4 out of 5??? You don't!! I used the salmon in the pouches like tuna comes in and it is drained and deboned. So much easier than trying to pick through the canned salmon. Save yourself some time and buy it like that!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I was wondering, do you drain the salmon or not? I really want to try this recipe. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a wonderful recipe!! I tried to make these once before with a difference recipe and they were horrible lol. But this recipe was perfect and very inexpensive!! I'm a beginning cook so if it was easy for me anyone can make them :- I also used a regular onion instead of green onions :- item not reviewed by moderator and published
They were delicious! I have not had them in years! Thanks Paula! A BIG 2 thumbs up! YUMM! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Great recipe, I didn't do the green onion I used some green bell pepper and reg. Onion and it turned out great. I took Paula's advice on the show and made the cheesy grits (Alton brown recipe) you can't go wrong with those two great cooks. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I changed it by using vidalia onion instead of green and doubled the onion and egg. Super yummy, to die for! Also used a homemade tarter sauce made w/mayo, mustard, relish, and lemon juice. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Try using a salmon gefilte fish roll instead of canned salmon. You must defrost the roll. There are no bones and additional seasoning. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is 5 Stars.......I make this once a week and my husband loves it. I also add a little of Old Bay, Lemon Juice and when they are finished I top them off with a slice of lemon. Could not be better..... Thanks item not reviewed by moderator and published
These were good, but I made them better by adding a couple of tablespoons of fresh lemon juice. I also used a brown onion instead of green onion. I also added a half of a green bell pepper. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I added sauteed onions and garlic powder. Great when they're extra crispy! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Easy and fulfilling! I loved it will def make again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
We just had these for supper and they were great. I did use fresh salmon instead of can and added spices like people had suggested. My 2 1/2 year old and 10 month loved them as well item not reviewed by moderator and published
My Grandmother made these. She said tuna/salmon popular during the Depression &amp; WWII eras as available &amp; inexpensive. Croquettes are long cylinder shaped-patties easier/quicker to make. Patty or croquettes?-usually local or family influences. Great basic recipe &amp; all mentioned additions work dependant if using salmon, tuna, chicken, pork, etc. Sauces she used: tarter sauce (sweet/dill), remoulade, white cream sauce w/green peas or Hollandise sauce. Instead of mayo for moistness she used leftover mashed potatoes. Favorite Friday dinner: Tuna or Salmon Croquettes &amp; ? sauce served w/mashed potatoe cakes, green salad w/french vinegarette dressing. Easy &amp; yummy &amp; kid friendly! item not reviewed by moderator and published
just like my daddy's item not reviewed by moderator and published
I really like this salmon croquette recipe but I do make some changes when I make them. I add salt and pepper and a pinch of sugar because it really compliments the salmon (without making it sweet). Adding a pinch of sugar is a southern thing and we add it to just about everything to add a little balance. I also use Italian breadcrumbs, add a few dashes of garlic powder and use canola oil to fry them. I do end up having to fry them longer than two minutes on each side though. These are delish and also work with tuna instead of salmon in a pinch! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is my go-to recipe for salmon patties. They taste just like ones my mother used to make for me as a child. They are also one of my husband's favorite meals. The addition of the green onions gives it an extra bite that I really do enjoy. Serve with a lemon wedge and a green salad and enjoy! item not reviewed by moderator and published
No groceries in the house but I had two cans of salmon so I came across Paula's salmon patties ....so I mixed and cooked and they came out great thanks Paula. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Even my kids liked these, and they don't like anything. We didn't have any green onions, so we mixed them up without it. However, I added some lemon pepper seasoning to the mix and then sprinkled with more lemon pepper after frying. Absolutely delicious. Also we needed 3 eggs to get them to stick and used panko bread crumbs. item not reviewed by moderator and published
These were the best! My 13 yr old is now insisting she doesnt like fish. She does love Tuna though. I fixed these and she loved them! But now she says she only likes these and tuna salad. LOL item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe is quick and easy. And my family loved it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I added some spices and made this for my mom. She is very very picky as she used to cook professionally( have you ever noticed that these are the worst people to go out with or cook for). She loved them. I loved them as well. A must try, they are quick and easy and this recipe could transform into burgers pretty easily! item not reviewed by moderator and published
My wife and I threw these together very quickly using fresh salmon baked in the oven. Also we used Canola oil instead of Vegetable oil. "MMmmmmmm good," is all I can say. These were sooooo good, Moist on the inside and crisp on the outside. Reminded me of my mothers....maybe better. We made a sauce to go with them 1 Tbl spoon mayo, 1 tsp, hot sauce, 1 tsp lemon juice and dash of oregano Kind of creole slightly hot.....we loved it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made as directed but used white onions instead of green, and they were still good. BUT! Try toasting buns and take a couple spoonfuls of mayonnaise, T. of Soy Sauce, and some dill weed and mix together in a sealable container. Spread mixture on the buns and make GREAT salmon sandwiches! They are super tasty! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I had some salmon in the fridge and didn't feel like plain, old grilled salmon. This recipe was a great switch. My husband loved them and he can be kind of picky. I put some extra seasonings in and added a bit of mayo to help it all stick. Yum! item not reviewed by moderator and published
My husband is a salmon patty afficianado (or so he thinks lol) and he requested that I make some tonight. I found Paula's recipe and with the additions of a heaping tablespoon of mayonnaise, an extra egg (because the mixture was too dry to stick together), 1 1/2 tbsp dried parsley, 1 tsp minced garlic, and crushed Bacon &amp; Onion flavored croutons instead of bread crumbs, I made a hit. The patties browned up crisp yet moist in olive oil at 300 degrees. He likes his with red wine vinegar. I'm a ketchup girl. Thanks Paula for a great base for culinary imagination! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have teenage girls and they even loved it! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I had made baked salmon that was so-so, nothing too exciting. Had substantial leftovers and did not want that gorgeous (and expensive!) fish to go to waste, and I found this recipe - it was amazing!!! I removed the skin from the baked salmon fillets (they were garlicky and herb-y) and flaked with a fork, and basically followed the exact recipe. The only change I made was substituting Japanese Panko for regular breadcrumbs, and the crispy golden results were UNBELIEVABLE! I just squeezed some fresh lime juice once it was served and it was such a wonderful change - my husband was torn between eating more or ensuring he'd have leftovers for the next day!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
These are the same I've made for years. They are so quick to put together that the sides are still simmering and the salmon patties are formed up and ready to go in the pan. So I form the patties, then put them in the fridge until about 5 min before theare done. Then I fry them up so everything is done at the same time. Also, Paula said her boys like cane syrup with their salmon patties. My family loves to use bottled thousand island dressing for dipping. Hey, whatever works! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Thank you for this recipe Paula. My fiance is a health nut so I'm always looking for good things to cook for him that taste great and aren't high in fat, sodium etc. These were a breeze to put together, delicious and fit the bill nutritionally too! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Made these for lunch. My wife and I both loved them, and I have never seen her eat Salmon before. Excellent and easy to make, now my wife wants me to make them for the in-laws. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I needed a larger recipe, so I added a baked, chopped Alaskan Salmon filet to the canned salmon. I then added a tsp of Italian seasoning to the mixture, and the final result was terrific! I knew it was great because my husband isn't a big salmon fan, and he loved it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Dare I say they were as delicious as Grandma's??? Whole family loved...easy, quick, delicious, and inexpensive! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This was quick and easy. I made just one substitution (cracker crumbs instead of bread crumbs) but they worked just fine. Dinner was done in less than 20-30 minutes! A winner...thanks Paula. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My mom used to make these when I was little. I have gone to restaurants and have found some too dry or tastless. The only thing that I added was some Old bay seasoning as suggested by some of the other uses and a little black pepper. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Kim...next time buy the cans of boneless, skinless salmon. It cost more but is less trouble. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a very easy Quick recipe with the exception of can salmon. I was horrified to find out that can salmon has skin and bones. It took some time to get the skin off and remove all of the bones. I will never use can salmon again it was a terrible experience. The recipe is so simple and delicious. I did add some Ole Bay seasoning and fresh ground pepper. My husband loved it item not reviewed by moderator and published
I didn't throw away the leftover wild Coho salmon I couldn't eat last night because I remembered Paula's quick recipe for croquettes. As this wasn't 'a plan' I substituted fresh chives for green onions as I have them growing on the terrace and Panko bread crumbs as I didn't have regular ones handy. As I only had a small quantity (enough for two croquettes) I saved a bit of the egg and some panko and when the croquette was formed I dipped each in the bit of egg and then the Panko and fried them. Delish!! Thank you, Paula! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this tonight for my family and they LOVED it! I made the recipe my own with some added seasonings along with the cajun fried okra and some cajun slaw that I made (my own recipe) with a great cajun dipping sauce and my mom told me it was better than hers!! How great is that!!! I will make this again... Thanks for recipe layout Paula!! Love your show! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Yummy and so easy to make! I added a little dijon mustard, garlic salt, and seafood seasoning. So quick...will definitely make it again! item not reviewed by moderator and published
These are so easy and so delicious! My husband loved them and he grew up on the east coast where seafood is a religion. The only thing I added was some spice, a few seasonings to give it some punch (celery salt, garlic salt and a pinch of ceyenne pepper) and they were absolutely delicious. These I will make again and again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Awesome recipe Paula! I made this for the first time and the whole family just scooped them right up. Even the kids loved them! Way to go! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Why Paula calls these Patties Croquettes, is way beyond me. Anyway, i had two cans of Salmon and did not know what to do with them, so i came on Foodnetwork's website to search for a recipe on how to cook these salmon, so i came across Paula's recipe. Like i said earlier Great Patties. The only thing i added to the recipe is just salt and pepper, a little cayenne pepper, some evaporated milk with water to keep the patties moist inside. I did not have any fresh lemon, i only had bottled lemon so i used that. It yield 11 patties. This is a keeper. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I like the green onions in this recipe. I have always used regular onions, which I didn't too much care for. My kids LOVED this and wanted more... item not reviewed by moderator and published
I can't remember when I last had Salmon Croquettes or what we just called Salmon Patties but just like Paula; I had to take a bite right after frying (testing you know) and one bite turned in to a whole pattie. They brought back some long lost memories and will definately be a a good staple for fast, convenient, and affordable meals. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I had to giggle when I saw Paula make this recipe because it reminded me of the wonderful croquettes my own mother used to make when we were growing up and she and my father worked to make ends meet. Of course as kids we knew nothing of it, we just thought how lucky we were to have great food like these salmon croquettes (although we didn't call them croquettes, that would have been way to fancy, we just called them 'patties'). These are perfect just as written (and the way my mother made them), but feel free to express yourself with additions and tweaks. Like various other reviews I also make these with a white sauce, just like my mother used to make. Thanks Paula for a simple, VERY inexpensive and nutritious recipe, it brought back sweet memories for me. I like the idea of serving these with grits as Paula and another reviewer suggested, I'll give that a try too. These are great, you've just got to try them. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I used 1 six-ounce can of Kirkland wild Sockeye salmon, drained. It provided the perfect amount of salmon to bind with the egg and breadcrumbs. I didn't add any additional seasoning, but just stuck to the recipe as written. We enjoyed the croquettes very much and they will definitely become a staple meal in our house. Thanks, Paula, for providing such a healthy and inexpensive meal. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I am a big fan of Paula's but this recipe needed some work. When I first saw it, I had a strange feeling it would be very bland although I have never made Salmon croquettes before and had no idea what went into them. I tasted the fish mixture once I was ready to form the croquettes and oh boy was that boring! I added old bay seasoning, a little cayenne, 2 tsp lemon juice, and a bit of salt and they came out fantastic! I also added a little mayo to the mix, not much only about a 1/4 cup and this made the filling nice and moist and delicious. I will definitely make these again! My boyfriend was raving and kept insisting they were the best he's ever had! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Perfect! Not to much, not to little. Just the way Mom did them! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe has been such a winner that my husband loves it every time I say I'm making your salmon croquettes! I've added some red pepper flakes for a spicy flavor and yum!!!! We love you Paula!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I loved these! I added some canned corn and dried herbs in addition to everything else and they were superb. item not reviewed by moderator and published
the salmon was truely awesome the only one i use anymore item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe reminded me of one my Mom used to make. It was simple, fast and affordable. A great way to get your family to eat those Omega 3's. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is the best salmon croquettes I have ever had. I have eaten them all my life and this is the best ever. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I generally love Paula Dean recipes, but this one I won't be adding to my recipe box. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My 4 yr old and 15mo old Loved these! Thanks Paula! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I tried this recipe because I had a can of salmon around taking up space. It was really good! I made it along with the cole slaw she made on the same episode which was really good as well. Next time I will add some extra spices to it to make it a little spicy. It is a keeper! item not reviewed by moderator and published
wonderful. just like my mom used to make. I make a quick sauce with 1 TBSP mayo, 1 tsp mustard, and a little sweet pickle relish.....delish!! thanks Paula! item not reviewed by moderator and published
excellent, very simple item not reviewed by moderator and published
Ms. Deens' recipe must have been copied from my Mom in Shreveport,La. I do make my own ''Cocktail-sauce'' for these ,and a horseradish tarter sauce . A scrumptious side dish is deep fried Okra , oh yeah , jalapeno cornbread . oooooohhhhhh . item not reviewed by moderator and published
Tasty dish, but it's not original in any way, you can make almost ANY "croquette" in the same manner. Just use egg, breadcrumbs, some sort of liquid to keep the cakes semi-moist, and whatever seasonings you like. Works with ground ham, tuna, ground pork, ground chicken, etc. item not reviewed by moderator and published
These were easier then my usual recipe but to add more flavor I top my salmon patties with creamed peas. Yummy and so pretty. One question, when do we call patties croquettes? My recipe for salmon croquettes says to shape the mixture into cone shapes. Still good. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is my second try at trying to rate this recipe...let's see if it works.... This recipe came together very easily and quickly. I used a packet of Chicken of the Sea Salmon Fillet Marinated in Garlic/Oil. Using others' suggestions, I added a heaping tablespoon of mayo. I also added a pinch of cajun and Old Bay Seasoning. As a budget-conscience single person, I will certainly make this recipe again and again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
These croquettes are really easy and really tasty item not reviewed by moderator and published
I used one can of salmon and one can of crab meat. I used italian bread crumbs so there was no need for any additional seasoning. Great recipe. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe turned out great! Fast and easy. I added a little bit of old bay seasoning which gave the patty a little more flavor but I think it would have been fine without. My husband also loved the salmon croquettes. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've got the same question?????????????? item not reviewed by moderator and published
1 traditional style can (14.75 oz approx.) of pink salmon has 2 fillets. Hope this helps! item not reviewed by moderator and published

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