This salmon patties recipe is so easy, your children can make it. Delicious doesn't come close to describing how good they are. Not only are these beautiful patties scrumptious, they're incredibly good for you.
The Healthy Diet Paradise promotes the use of wild-caught salmon, and we want to give you a variety of recipes. This recipe over delivers in taste, and is uncompromising in quality.
We are extremely picky about using non GMO salmon. Please read our page about how to obtain safe non GMO salmon.
This recipe is made with wild-caught sockeye salmon, diced onions, egg whites and fresh garlic. Look at the gorgeous golden brown color in the picture above. This recipe tastes every bit as good as it looks.
Salmon patties go with just about anything. Use your own ideas, or combine these patties with brown rice, kale, black beans or leeks.
The total prep time is about 15 minutes, and then cooking takes about another five minutes.
Watch The Healthy Diet Paradise's video for easy step by step instructions.
Note: You can use canned wild-caught salmon. We just used fresh because that's what we had on hand.
Bonus: This recipe is wheat free because we use old fashioned oats instead of white flour.
Separate the white from two eggs and set it to the side. Save the yolks for scrambled eggs the next day.
Chop the onion as finely as possible. Finely chopped onions will create a more uniform looking patty.
Make absolutely sure you're using old fashioned oats. Quick oats are high glycemic, and we avoid it for many reasons.
You can increase or decrease the amount of olive oil you're using. You can also use coconut oil or avocado oil for frying.
I'll bet you can't wait to sink your teeth into these gorgeous patties.
Watch our video about why we order exclusively from Vital Choice Seafood
Salmon contains very powerful antioxidants and is rich in nutrients. Click here for lots more salmon nutrition information.