Salmon dill patties are what I like to make, not necessarily for dinner, but more of a snack or lunch. I pack a few in Tupperware and take it with me to the kids soccer practice or the park etc and they can eat it right afterwards. It’s healthy, easy, and filling which as you know is always a win win for me.
What other ways can I eat these?
- salmon sliders, get some Hawaiian sweet rolls and add some lettuce, tomato and voila
- to a salad to elevate your salad
- add them to a charcuterie board perhaps
- eat them as is!
Can I use canned salmon instead?
Sure. I prefer fresh always but if you have canned salmon and want to use that, sure. Use 2 6 oz cans of salmon to substitute a pound of fresh salmon.
Can I bake these instead?
Yes, brush them with oil and put them in the oven at 425 for 15 minutes
Eat these salmon patties with a squeeze of lemon or this delicious cumin tahini dip.
If you enjoyed making this dish you will probably also enjoy these Syrian vegetable fritters,
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So easy to make and so versatile to eat. Eat them as a snack, pack them in the kids lunch box, add them to your favorite salad or eat them as a salmon burger. Whatever you decide, know that you're eating something healthy packed with Omega 3 that was so quick and easy to make
- 1 lb fresh salmon
- 1/4 chopped fresh dill
- 1/4 cup panko crumbs
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon tahini
- 2 tablespoons yogurt
- Juice of 1 lemon
- Salt and pepper
- 1/4 cup flour
- 2 Tbls olive oil
- Add salmon to a food processor and pulse until it is finely chopped but not too mashed
- Add remaining ingredients and give it another 5-7 pulses until all ingredients are all mixed together
- Form into patties 1/2 inch thick
- roll in flour
- In a skillet, add oil and cook patties on each side on medium low heat until fully cooked through (5-7 minutes)