Salmon Patty Additions
- chardgirl Nov 27, 2004 02:25 PM
For Thanksgiving, we had a small turkey, and my cousin's fisherman boyfriend brought a large salmon and fried it up like they do in his Greek village, for an appetizer! (had I known, I would have skipped the turkey) I still have lots of salmon left over, and I'm planning to make salmon patties tomorrow for a brunch. The additions I'm planning on at this time:
-leaf celery (from my farm)
-finely chopped white onions
-a few chopped capers
Any other suggestions for additions? Can I freeze this cooked salmon? Other left over deliciously fresh cooked salmon uses?
Make asian salmon patties, with panko or white bread crumbs, sesame seeds, grated ginger, lime zest, mayonaise, and a little soy sauce. Serve with sauteed broccoli, green beans, or asparagus.
The salmon looks great. Your idea sounds yummy. For me, I would also add a little dijon, chives, and cayenne. Would dredge w/ bread crumbs or panko and perhaps serve w/ aioli (garlic mayo) atop bed of baby greens.
Mixed into soft, fluffy scrambled eggs w/ chives and brie--a decadent brunch item
I just recently made these with the same kind of ingredients along with the addition of a little bit of minced dill. I served them with my own tartar sauce, fresh lime wedges and pickled ginger slices. They were superb.
Definitely the addition of some dijon mustard, scallions garlic, old bay seasoning. when I do mine I coat them in Crushed up Corn flakes mixed with pistaschio nuts. I serve them with a pureed cuckember/sour cream/mayo/dill sauce