Recipe by Melt Organic Buttery Spread
"Delicious salmon cakes seasoned with Old Bay are gently pan fried until golden brown."
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Old Bay seasoning, divided
1 (1 pound)
boneless salmon fillet
1 1/2 cups
dried bread crumbs
Melt® Organic Buttery Spread
scallions, finely chopped
yellow onion, finely chopped
Juice of 1 lemon
Canola oil for frying
My husband's comment when tasting"these are nice you should make these again" really about sums up my opinion too. Easy to make although I used sage and onion stuffing mix instead of the bread crumbs. I will make these again, nice with a salad for a light summer meal.
I am about to try this recipe perhaps, if I can find out what Old Bay is. It is not sold in Canada. Don't believe the Buttery Spread is either. When using a brand name ingredient it would be appreciated if the writer would state what that is as I often find that I have no idea what is in it. People from all over the world read 'All Recipes' Just noticed that the recipe was put here by "Melt-buttery spread so that explains one thing. Is Old Bay made by the same company?
Guess I won't be making this one!
I did not use the wine in the poaching process, but I did add Dijon Mustard to the mixture before frying. I also used a mixture of panko and bread crumbs, I forgot that panko browns faster. I would not suggest using Panko. Very good recipe!!!! I made home remoulade sauce mentioned in Salmon Croquttes video. YUM!!!
This is a very good basic recipe. I used some leftover baked salmon, mayonnaise instead of the buttery spread and panko instead of bread crumbs, but followed the rest of the recipe. My husband and I both thought it was very good and he ask that I make it again soon.
I made these for dinner last night and they were great. I substituted butter for the Melt stuff (I don't think they sell it here) but stuck to the recipe otherwise. My wife does not like fish but she liked these. Her friend who ate a couple of them raved about them. I'll be doing it again.
These were so DELICIOUS! Used leftover salmon so I didn't use the white wine. Only other change was I added Worcestershire sauce! I will definitely make this again my Husband loved it & he's not much of a fish eater! :)
I thought these had a good flavor. The salmon flavor is very prominent, instead of the fillers. I only had 2 issues. One they were extremely salty. I used leftover salmon from a recipe that had soy sauce in the marinade. I probably should have reduced the salt. I used panko bread crumbs and am not sure how plain bread crumbs would have changed the recipe. After refridgerating over night, I still had to be very careful they did not break. I made a 1/2 recipe and got 6 patties from 2 standard pieces of salmon.
This is an excellent recipe. I used leftover grilled salmon so there was no need to boil it. I used buttery saltines instead of breadcrumbs and real butter. I served them with tartar and remoulade sauces.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Salmon Cakes by Melt(R) Buttery Spread
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 291
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