Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Salmon Balls

Salmon balls or salmon patties are delicious for dinner and Super Simple to make. Here's how you do it.

2 cans of canned salmon
2 packages of saltine crackers
2 eggs



Mix ingredients together until you have a nice mash.

Then using your hands, squish patties (just like hamburgers) and fry on a cast iron pan that's coated with olive oil until the outsides turn golden brown - or for about 3 minutes on each side.  You can salt and pepper to your own taste. But, I like to squeeze fresh lemon on my patties.

Serve with rice and creamed spinach...at least that's how I like to serve them. Super healthy and tasty.

EZ Cooking and healthy too!




4 comments:

David Batista said...

I like salmon. I like meatballs. Sounds like a match made in heaven! I shall endeavor to try this sometime, Kim. I'm especially intrigued by the saltine crackers. Will be interesting to try them in lieu of panko or regular breadcrumbs.

The Happy Whisk said...

I make something similar only no crackers. I use garlic onions and stuff like that. And make both burgers and meatballs. Fun to do.

BUT, back when I lived on the cost I did this with fresh fish - so flipping good. YUM!

Kim Kasch said...

David: If you try 'em - let me know what you think.

THW: I sometimes add garlic and onions, but honestly I prefer them simple with only lemon squeezed on the top. Can't beat EZ ;D

The Happy Whisk said...

If the salmon is fresh, I like simple as well. But the canned stuff for me anyway, needs a little help. But yeah, overall, I agree, simple is better. By far.