Savory salmon patties are made with a few simple ingredients. Finger lickin’ good!
Even better sandwiched between a hot biscuit. Ooooo la la!
My dear aunt likes to make them for breakfast. I was hooked after the first bite and asked for the recipe.
She gladly taught me how to make them and agreed to be a “guest star” in the recipe video.
Her hands are shown helping me make the recipe.
Rheumatoid arthritis has disfigured my aunt’s fingers (and toes).
Many of viewers on Facebook made positive comments about her courage, determination, strength and cooking skills.
Make sure the label indicates that the salmon you’re buying is either Alaskan pink salmon, sockeye, or red salmon. All of those terms indicate that your salmon is the wild stuff from North American waters. The Alaskan salmon fishery is one of the most well-managed, safe, and sustainable fisheries in the world, so as long as your salmon is wild-caught, it’s almost always an ethical choice. Source: Goodhousekeeping.org
The skinless/boneless Pink Salmon distributed by Icicle Seafoods is our preferred brand because it tastes great.
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According to Berkeley Wellness, almost all canned salmon is wild caught, but not all of it is wild caught. Carefully read the label before buying. Avoid salmon that was shipped overseas for processing. If “product of Thailand” or another foreign country is written on the label of a can of salmon, that means the fish was caught in the U.S., shipped across the world, processed, and shipped back to the states for sale. Why? Cheaper labor. A mighty long way for food to travel.
Oh yeah, check out my delicious Salmon Croquettes.
Enjoy this delicious recipe!