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A little spicy but very good. I halved the recipe because I'm the only one in the house that will eat salmon and I love it. Needed some tartar sauce to tame the spiciness. I'll be reducing the black pepper and Old Bay next time because I like my salmon patties a little milder. Nice recipe though and will most likely make again. Thanks Judiebug!
I followed this recipe exactly and it was perfect, so delicious! I've made salmon cakes from several recipes over the years, but this was by far the best. Thanks for presenting it. Why do people such as Leah rate a recipe she has never tried? Ridiculous! She should just have presented a new recipe. I like to read reviews before I try a new recipe, but not from someone who has never tried it. Waste of time.
Found these today and decided to make them for lunch. These were delicious and I will definitely make again, but add butter to the olive oil for a little crisper cake. We do like a little crunch! Great flavor though. Thank you judiebug
Awesome recipe, just as written.
* For the lady who can't use eggs, try some vegetable oil to replaces moisture and a bit of cornstarch or flour to replace the glue of the egg.
* For a yummy dip I simply mix some Mayo with some curry powder, adjust to suit your own personal taste, we like lots. Can be made ahead and left to marry, which increases the flavour and you don't need too much curry powder, (use more if eating without ripening)
Scrumptious Salmon Cakes Haiku: "Close as I could get, had to make some little swaps, still they were quite good." Subbed a couple tsp. of dry parsley for fresh, and lite Duke's mayonnaise for Miracle Whip, otherwise, did every other ingredient as directed. I found that there were too many unnecessary ingredients competing w/ one another in the salmon patties, and that sometimes less is more. That's not to say that these didn't taste good, but I actually was less thrilled w/ the texture - very poofy and squishy on the inside, but well-browned and crispy on the exterior, making me think that I should've made 10 or even 12 smaller patties instead of 8 large. I think if I made this recipe again, I'd do just that, along w/ using plain panko instead of Italian-seasoned, and drop the dijon mustard and/or parmesan - Old Bay is flavorful enough. Thanks Judiebug - salmon patties w/ mac n'cheese on the side is one of our favorite Spring comfort meals!