You won't find fried salmon patties recipe in a Scottish Cookbook. But salmon is a favourite food in Scotland and we serve it baked, steamed, poached and of course fried. It can be served both hot and cold, and served with potatoes and vegetables or salad.
In this fried salmon patties recipe I have used tinned salmon as it is quick to make, but fresh salmon is even nicer. This fried salmon patties recipe is easy to make, and I trust you will enjoy it. I have substituted fresh breadcrumbs for dried oats for a real Scottish twist.
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Fried Salmon Patties Recipe
Fried salmon patties recipe(using tinned salmon)
Large tin Red Salmon (in brine)
1 tbs fresh lemon juice
1 tbs Dijon (French) mustard
4 oz /125gm oats (or fresh breadcrumbs
2 oz /50gm finely chopped spring onions
3 egg whites
1 tsp Seafood Seasoning
Salt and ground pepper to taste
1) Drain and chop salmon into a large glass mixing bowl removing
skin and bone, (but keep a wee bit of the juice on the can)
2) Add the lemon juice or Real Lemon, egg whites, onion, Dijon
mustard and seasoning to the bowl and thoroughly mix together.
3) If the patties are a little too dry, you can add a bit of the
salmon brine you kept back, or a bit of water. If they are too moist, add a tbs
or two of additional oats.
4) Divide mixture into 4 and form each one into a round patty,
putting them on greased-proof paper.
3) Lightly oil a non-stick pan with 1 tbs of olive oil.
4) Fry the patties and cook over medium-high heat until golden brown
on both sides (about 10-15 minutes.)
5) If you don't want to use fat and fry them, you can bake them in
the oven instead or grill them.
6) Serve the salmon patties with boiled new potatoes and vegetables
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