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I never expected this recipe. I knew fish can be made into patties, but I have never encountered a recipe that tells me to use salmon as the main ingredient. At least not until now. It really came as a surprise to me. And get this? These patties did not have an overpowering fish taste to them. Apparently, salmon is a very mild fish. So, if you like fish but you aren’t big on a strong sea-creature flavor, salmon is the way to go matey! My kids even enjoyed these patties 🙂
Russ from Just A Pinch has this to say about this recipe:
“This recipe is older than the hills. It is however, still a hit in our house and our children’s homes!”
I know why, Russ. I never thought salmon would taste this good as a patty!
1 can(s) Bumble Bee salmon, drained
1/2 c Ritz cracker crumbs
2 Eggland’s eggs, lightly beaten
salt and pepper to taste
Separate into small pieces using a fork.
Add eggs, salt, and pepper.
Add Ritz cracker crumbs, mix well until you can make into patties.
Fry the patties (preferably in an iron skillet), turning, until each side is browned.
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Quick Tip: Serve with peas and mashed potatoes.
Thanks again to Russ Myers of Just A Pinch for this amazing recipe.