Ok running through this recipe it's a very delicate balance between dry and liquid ingredients that can be thrown off by a number of things. They type of salmon, the size of eggs, butter vs margerine, dry herbs vs fresh herbs, fresh bread crumbs vs dry bread crumbs, even the size of bread crumbs and chopped herbs. Here's what I did. Using 3 small cans of boneless, skinless sockeye salmon undrained, adding all 2 cups of dry bread crumbs(didn't bread them), 2 large eggs, 1 tsp dried dillweed, 1tbl dried parsley, 1tbl dried onion powder, 1tbl lemon juice, 3 tbl margerine. Really work these into a patty. I browned them in a frying pan. When you drop it in the pan push it around alot so they don't stick even with oil in the pan. I finished them off in the oven on parchment paper for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. My 2.5 yr old ate these and enjoyed it. Next time I will try some sort of dill sauce for them for the adults.
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Ok running through this recipe it's a very delicate balance between dry and liquid ingredients...