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I had some once from a deli and I remember liking them, maybe it was the sauce. Anyway trying to include more fish in our diet and thought this would go over with the kids.<br><br>
Anyone have a recipe they like and would like to share?
 

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Mine is not really a recipe, I don't really measure.<br><br>
I use one small can of boneless salmon, drained.<br>
1 egg beaten<br>
1/4 to a 1/2 of an onion diced fairly small<br>
a stalk of celery if I have it also diced<br>
a few handfuls of bread crumbs<br>
a healthy pinch of dill<br>
a splash of milk (maybe a TBLS)<br>
a pinch of salt<br>
and a good grind of pepper<br><br>
You want mix that will hold together in patties, but isn't dry and crumbly or soggy and gloppy.<br><br>
Make into patties and brown in a skillet in a bit of oil.<br><br>
I'm still working on a sauce for these, my dad once did one with cucumber and dill that was amazing, but he can't remember where he got the recipe or what was in it. I keep trying to copy it and failing.
 

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I got a recipe from here on this board somewhere that is delicious! I have adapted it a bit...<br><br>
1 tall can of salmon (I buy the kind with bones from Trader Joe's. It is not labeled "with bones", but it is Alaskan salmon and has a pink and blue label.)<br>
1 cup oatmeal (We buy bulk oats and I grind them up a bit first.)<br>
1-2 eggs (You need enough egg to hold everything together well.)<br>
Then, I add various seasonings depending on what we have... finely chopped spring onions, fresh parsley, minced onions, chives, etc.<br><br>
Form into patties (4-8) with your hands. Then, I fry them in coconut oil until lightly browned. YUMMY!!!
 
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