[CnD] Salmon burger patties

Brenda Mueller brendin at smart2.net
Sun Dec 4 16:34:15 EST 2016

When I was growing up we had salmon patties served as part of a meal.  They were fried with a breading made from cracker crumbs and egg.  

When I made salmon patties, I bought that salmon that comes in a can like a tunafish can.  I drained the liquid and made my patties.  I cracked an egg into a small bowl and crumbled and mixed egg and cracker until I got the consistency I wanted.  How thick the breading is, is a matter of personal preference.  I melted butter in a frying pan, coated my patties with my cracker crumb and egg mixture and fried them.  I flipped after a minute or two.  It depended on my nose and the patty.  I tend to fry patties one at a time.  

Back home, Mom served salmon patties with diced fried potatoes and creamed corn.  We just salted the patties to taste.  Hope this helps.  I got about four patties from a can of salmon.  

Brenda Mueller

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> On Dec 4, 2016, at 1:32 PM, Tom Cramer via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> Hi there,
> While at the store, I saw some Salmon burger patties.  I thought I'd
> buy a package.  I think four came to a package, and you can either put
> them in the oven or whatever.  That seems to be the easiest way.
> I was just wondering how people on the list use salmon burgers?
> What's the best way to eat them, and how?  Do you eat them like a
> regular burger, and if so, what goes on them?
> Thanks much,
> Tom
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