Salmon Patties

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aka Salmon or fish cakes

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Did you know?

HEART HEALTHY OMEGA-3’s

http://www.alaskaseafood.org/canned_new/

And other Nutritional Benefits:

Bone Health. The delicate, edible bones present in traditional pack Alaska canned salmon are readily digested and rich in calcium and magnesium. Canned salmon is one of the most calcium-rich, non-dairy foods. One 3.5 oz. serving with the bones contains two thirds as much calcium as a cup of milk. For women and children especially, consuming plenty of calcium is important for building and maintaining strong bones and reducing the risk of bone fracture later in life. Quality Protein. Alaska canned salmon provides high quality protein that is easy and safe to digest by people of all ages. Vitamins. Alaska canned salmon is a good source of vitamin B12 and contains modest amounts of several other vitamins and minerals Safety. All species of canned wild Alaska salmon – sockeye (red), pink, and chum – are very low in environmental contaminants, heavy metals such as mercury, and pesticide residues. In addition, the canning process ensures that canned salmon is free of potentially harmful microorganisms.
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(btw, I don’t ALWAYS buy the cheapest cans, lol) 
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Probably more widely known as “Salmon Patties” or Fish Cakes. Call it what you want, I call it delicious and a family favorite.

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So easy to make and a good use for canned salmon too. Of course I’ve made them with top notch fresh salmon (yum!)

But usually go with canned (smart shoppers).
Ingredients:
(Although in my house…I double this!)
1 can of canned salmon
1 egg
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup ground cracker crumbs
Sea salt & fresh cracked black pepper to taste
1 tbs olive oil
(Okay. .so I use more 😛 , especially in between batches)

Directions:
Drain and reserve liquid from salmon. Mix salmon, egg, onion, cracker crumbs, salt & pepper together. Form into patties, if too dry add some of reserved salmon liquid. Heat oil in frying pan & gently place patties in pan. Brown on each side (aprox 2 minutes per side, turning…

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