Southern Fried Salmon Patties: This is fish even the kids will enjoy eating. Simple, quick, easy to make and tastes even better between two slices of bread or in a bun. Add a little mayo or whip up your own special sauce and you’ve got supper on the table in no time flat.
We didn’t eat Salmon Patties a lot when I was growing up, but I’ve always enjoyed the taste. Of course I like pretty much anything that I can slap between two slices of loaf bread. I’m totally hooked on sandwiches of about any kind, always have been.
As an adult, I’ve learned to enjoy salmon in various ways. I like it baked in the oven, fried in a skillet, or my favorite…smoked on a grill. It’s a bit pricey on the fish side of things, but something I enjoy whenever I can.
The really nice thing about these Salmon Patties is how simple and quick they are to prepare. I’m using a canned salmon and ingredients that are pretty much a staple in any kitchen. I try to keep a can or two in the kitchen cabinets all the time. You’re basically just going to mix it all up in one bowl and fry them up in the skillet. You can prepare the mixture and refrigerate it for several hours before cooking if need be. It makes a great main dish meat or a quick and easy sandwich, which ever way you want to go. So, if you’re ready….Let’s Get Cooking!
1 – 12oz. can of Pink Salmon
2 – whole Eggs
1/4 – cup of chopped Onions
1/4 – cup of chopped Bell Pepper
2 – Tablespoons of Yellow Corn Meal
1/2 – teaspoon Salt
1/2 – teaspoon Garlic Powder
2 – Tablespoons of Mayonnaise
1 – teaspoon of Worcestershire Sauce
1 – teaspoon of Texas Pete Hot Sauce
1/2 – teaspoon of Ground Black Pepper
1 – slice of crumbled up White Bread
1/4 – cup of Flour, added slowly, as needed to adjust consistency.
Open the canned Salmon and place in a colander in the sink to drain.
Remove any large bones if not wanted. They are edible however.
Flake the salmon with a fork.
Place the flaked salmon in a large mixing bowl.
Add two whole Eggs
Add the chopped Onions and the chopped Bell Peppers
Add the Corn Meal
Add Garlic Powder
Add Worcestershire Sauce
Add Texas Pete Hot Sauce
Add Ground Black Pepper
Crumble the slice of bread and toss it in the bowl.
Gently mix the ingredients together, don’t over work.
If the mixture is very moist, add flour as needed to adjust consistency.
Divide and shape the mixture into four patties. Set aside.
Heat a skillet to medium heat and add shortening or oil for frying.
Place the patties in the skillet, brown the bottom.
Carefully turn the patties over and brown the other side.
When brown on both sides, remove from skillet and drain on paper towel.
Serve while warm and Enjoy!