Claire Corlett

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Crispy Salmon Patties Recipe

Crispy Salmon Patties Recipe


You see this? You want to peel all of that off. Because that’s not going to look good when you go to make your salmon patties. Just remove it. And then I’ll show you what it looks like after I take all that skin off and flake the salmon. Stir it and break all the salmon up. You see what a pretty color that is? That’s Sockeye salmon. That’s the most expensive salmon in the world, but you know what? It’s worth every bite. It’s so good. Okay. And then you stir it all up. Add 2 or 3 cloves of garlic, stir it up. Add 2 egg whites. That’s going to help bind the salmon together. Then you’re going to add 2 tablespoons of whole oatmeal. Don’t get the quick oats, because that kind is high glycemic. Then we’re going to add parsley, salt and pepper. And don’t forget to add finely chopped onion, and stir it in there very well. You want to make sure the onion is chopped fine, because you just want it to blend in very well with that. This is so good. I can’t believe how much I love this. I make it when I’m by myself. That’s how good it is. By myself. Now, you see that? That’s one salmon steak, and it made one, two, three, four, five, six — seven patties. And that was only one salmon steak. So if you have a big family, you can double that, and just double the recipe, and it’s going to come out just as good, just like this. Add a little oil if it gets too low. Look at that. There’s something about these. I’m telling you guys. It’s crazy. When you put it in your mouth, you’re going to lose your mind. They are so good. And they’re healthy. These are Sockeye This is top grade, the most expensive best type of salmon. No. 1 recommended salmon.

4 comments on “Crispy Salmon Patties Recipe

  1. Salmon patties are probably awesome but I go with canned salmon to save money and be able to get consistent product. Salmon is sooo healthy, I recently found out, so I'll make a salmon omelette. 14.5 ounce can of Double Q Wild Caught salmon, 4 or 5 eggs, and 2 chopped onions. I split it 3 ways, and try to brown the outside well. It gives about 9 ounces for serving and about 450 calories. I could cut back some on eggs but for now I like the taste.

    Wild salmon, 4 ounces, has 100% of the vitamin D needed per day. Very nice! Thanks for video.

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