Editor’s Note (March 17, 2019): My precious aunt taught me this fantastic recipe. I figured it would be great for her to make a “guest appearance” in the video. Although she “battles” painful rheumatoid arthritis, she agreed to participate during a week with less pain. We both enjoyed making it. See recipe video on my Facebook fan page.
Salmon patties have a beautiful golden brown crust. They are moist inside and full of savory flavor. Made with a few ingredients.
My precious aunt (72 years young) makes serves them for breakfast with hot biscuits. I was hooked after the first bite. I asked for her recipe. Pleasantly surprised by the simplicity.
To drastically decrease fishy odors before and after frying salmon patties, fill a small saucepan with water and 1/4 cup (was 3 tablespoons) of white distilled vinegar. Bring to a boil before frying salmon patties. After cooking, wipe stove and backsplash with a soapy dishcloth. Wipe dry with a towel. Spray a little air freshener. Continue boiling mixture 15 to 20 minutes.
These patties were made during VERY cold weather which is why I didn’t open a window while frying them. So, I used the previously mentioned very effective tips.