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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Salmon Patties

By now y'all must think all I do is travel and poor Bill can't get a homemade meal without going to Mom's house.

Well, you are almost right!

I decided that I'd better get in the kitchen and make his favorite salmon patties... before the shipment of ceramic pottery arrives from Orvieto.

Salmon Patties
1 large can salmon
1/3 cup fresh parsley, chopped
1 onion, diced
2 eggs, lightly beaten
2 Tbs butter
1 Tbs creole seasoning
1 sleeve ritz, crushed
olive oil

Drain salmon and pick out the bones (or buy boneless!) Saute onion in butter until tender. In a large bowl combine all ingredients. Stirring to blend. Form into large patties.

Coat the bottom of a skillet with olive oil. In a hot pan, brown the patties on each side for 3-5 minutes.
Serve with a salad and you will have a quick home cooked meal in minutes.

Y'all know the fastest way to a man's heart!
Enjoy!
Sandi




19 comments:

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

You're back?!!! I haven't been by in awhile, I have such a hard time visiting everyone. Looks like a wonderful time & I'm still So jealous of that trip. I just love, love Italy. Oh, and a hot air balloon ride for your 50th! HOw cool is that. I loved all the pics of the cappuccinos too...and we have the same frother. I just love mine. They do make some great coffee (caffe) in Italy don't they?! I know you loved it...

Talk to you soon. We need to get together again!

Rhoda

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

YUM! These sound so good ~ I'm going to try it! I'm going to share recipe this with my Mom, too - she's been making crabcake patties lately and this sounds like a good switch! (PS - do you ever eat fishcakes (cod cakes) with beans when you're in New England? Good ol' Yankee meal. lol)

Thank you for your comment on my blog today! =)

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

Back from that to die for trip! Oh how I envy you....now the salmon looks yummy. I make a similar recipe & my H just loves it too!
Hugs, DebraK

Anonymous said...

Sandi, you make me laugh, hurrying to make the Salmon cakes to keep hubby happy before the shipment of ceramics arrive LOL! So funny. Thanks for this great recipe. I'm making them tonight. Welcome Home! Barb Cabot

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

We love salmon patties, and you recipe sounds great. I'm gonna try it. Thanks, Sandi.

bethanyjg said...

When I see salmon patties, I start getting all nostalgic. My grandmother used to make those for me when I was a kid. Luckily, one of my college friends loved them too. We made them for dinner all the time when we were in school! :)

Ice Tea For Me said...

Sandi - I've enjoyed reading your blog, your trip to Italy sounded wonderful. Between you, Jerry, & Palma you get a well rounded Trip Report.

Can't wait to see your pottery from Orvieto, hope you post some photos.

I've never made salmon patties before but this looks easy and I think I'll give it a try.

Linda

Brenda Kula said...

I immediately sent this to "print" and printed it out. I've always wanted a good recipe for this!
Thanks!
Brenda

Sugar Bear said...

Yummy yummy! Great use of salmon.
Karla

windycorner said...

Yum! thanks for the dinner idea. Can we get a peek at the ceramics?
Holley

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Oh Baby! I love salmon cakes. I grew up with them and they are comfort food for me!

:-) Rosie

Jeanne said...

My daughter and son in law are big salmon fans forwarded this post to her. Thanks for sharing and glad to have you back.

Tonja said...

Just hearing about these brings back memories. My mom used to cook these for us and they were so delicious. I may just have to fix us up a batch of these soon. Thanks!

Oh, she would also add something to it and serve it over rice. That was good too.

Sandi McBride said...

um um um...I'm headed to the kitchen...I know there's a can of Salmon in the pantry and I'm gonna cook up some grits and roll out a coupla biscuits and we're in for a treat! Thanks for the recipe!
Sandi

Gigi said...

These would divine over a salad! Thanks for another great recipe!

Donna Kay said...

My favorite thing in the world - Salmon Patties - you know, I have made them with tuna and they taste the same and I have also baked them in the oven and they are very good - but of course, the first best way is to fry those suckers until they are almost black - I eat them like cookies at room temp all day long!!!!!
Bless...
Donna

Mandie said...

Sounds fantastic!! Have a great day!

Mary Isabella said...

We like salmon too. I know you are glad to be home but loved your trip......Mary

katiez said...

I was so excited... while mon mari was in hospital, I found a can of salmon at the store (He remembers too many Friday's at Catholic school to eat it now).
No Ritz, but I made some darn good salmon patties... and ate them all myself... sigh.... The first in far too many years.

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