I have a recipe for salmon patties that my whole family enjoys, which calls for basically blending a can of salmon with eggs and seasonings, shaping it into a patty, then rolling it in cracker or bread crumbs and frying it.
I've been thinking about just baking it. Does anyone know how this would turn out, or anything I would need to do differently?
I like to pan sear salmon
I rinse and pat the fish dry then lightly salt and pepper each side.
Then I dust it lightly with flour.
Heat 1/2 to 1 tbsp Olive oil (good fat ) in a non stick pan until the oil faintly smokes med high heat.
Then add the fish and let it cook on one side until it turns light about 1/3 of the way up, the fish should be golden brown on that side by then. Then flip the fish to the other side and lower the heat to med low and cook 5-7 minutes until cooked through.
I love salmon this way it is simple and tasty.
That sounds yummy, I also love salmon filets baked with some brown mustard -
But what I have right now is some canned salmon, and I have a yearning for the croquettes.
i have always baked salmon patties, canned salmon, egg, breadcrumbs n seasoning. Mix, form into patties, bake at 350 till heated all the way through (about 20 minutes)
hope this helps! salmon is one of my favorites
I actually (ha ha) just looked at a recipe site and found the same thing!
If you have a non-stick skillet, you could "fry" them in practically no additional fat and they would be better, in my opinion than baking them. I make all kinds of patties (salmon, crab, chicken) like this, and it usually just adds a few grams of fat for each serving.
I don't use any oil when I make patties. Just a good non-stick pan. Baking them works too but they will be soft, not crispy.
I am from Maryland, and I make salmon cakes the same way we make crab cakes: we broil them! They turn out delicious, crispy on the outside, but still moist and plump on the inside.
No need for any additional oil or even breading on the outside (although you might choose to bread if you want them extra crispy)
I just do mine in a pan too...no extra crumbs on the outside and just a non-stick pan with a little cooking spray.
I did them in a non-stick pan - they turned out excellent! I didn't even add cooking spray. Woo-hoo, they are now guilt free!
You should try using this new product I recently purchased. It's called MELT buttery spread. I bought it because I was looking for a butter substitute that had some health benefits but still tasted good.
The product's main ingredients are virgin coconut oil and flaxseed oil. Virgin coconut oil has been shown to be very beneficial to the immune system, has no cholesterol and is easily digested (I just read an article about it, that's how I know these details). In addition the increases energy and is a great source for the omega-3s! And I've used it on fish before, it's delicious! It might add a little kick to crab cakes!
We usually bake the croquette mixture as a loaf and eat it in slices.
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