Salmon Fishcakes Recipe

This salmon fishcakes are so yummy!  Made with fresh salmon, they will literally melt in your mouth!

If you are trying to get more fish into your diet, this is a perfect recipe to add to your kitchen repertoire!  Salmon fish cakes are amazing served with mashed potatoes or green salad.

Ingredients:

1 lb salmon fillets
1 egg
1 onion, minced
2 tbsp flour
3/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1 tbsp oil

Directions:

Grind the salmon in the food processor.  Mix with minced onion, egg, flour, salt and pepper until combined.

Heat some oil in the non-stick frying pan over medium-high heat.  Form the salmon mixture into patties and put on a frying pan.  Cook for 7 minutes, then flip the patties and cook for another 7 minutes (until cooked through).

Serve with cocktail sauce (a.k.a “shrimp sauce”) for dipping.

Here’s the picture of salmon fishcakes served with quinoa with raisins side dish – check out my quinoa recipe with raisins.

salmon fishcakes with quinoa

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4 replies
  1. Emily
    Emily says:

    These sound delicious! We’re having a salmon recipe contest and giving the creator of the best recipe 15 lbs. of wild salmon (three 5 pound shipments throughout the summer). If you’d like to enter this recipe (or another favorite), check it out at marxfoods.com

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  2. Kathy Edwards
    Kathy Edwards says:

    Hi Melanie, I am so excited to have so many yummy new fish recipes. I think I can successfully add more fish to my diet and actually enjoy it. Would you please consider adding a Tartar Sauce recipe? My Mom use to make this chunky tartar sauce that was so delicious and not tons of mayo. I know it had onions in it but I don’t know what else. Thank you

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  3. Melanie Mendelson
    Melanie Mendelson says:

    Hi Kathy,
    I never made tartar sauce, but as far as I know it’s a mixture of mayo, grated onion and sweet pickle relish. When I make it, I’ll surely post the recipe, thanks for the suggestion!
    Melanie

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