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Baked Salmon Patties

08.22.2013 · Posted in Main Dishes

DSCF0178For years fish has been labeled “brain food” and more recently nutritionists  have added “rich in Omega3″ and “heart healthy” to the labels. It’s all true!  Fish is a good source of protein, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6,  and Omega3 oils. The benefits of eating fish, in particular baked or broiled  salmon, three times per week include lowering: the risk of heart disease, blood  pressure, macular degeneration, ADHD in children, grumpy teenage syndrome,  dementia in seniors, and a whole host of other ailments and diseases. A recent  Purdue University study found that nearly 30% of the Americans studied have  un-measureable levels of omega3 fatty acids in their systems, placing them at  greater risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, dementia, behavioral and  learning problems.

So listen up folks! Adults and children need to eat fish every week. If you  think you don’t like fish, start off with fish sticks or fish burgers until you  develop a taste for it, then move on to tuna sandwiches, baked and broiled  salmon, halibut, and next thing you know the world will be your oyster.

This recipe is for canned salmon which is easy on the pocket book as well as  tasty.  Baking rather than frying further reduces the fat content and ensures even doneness.  If you must have a sauce, try non-fat Greek yogurt with tarragon, a dash of  Worcestershire sauce and salt.

Salmon Cakes

Ingredients:  – makes 4 servings

  •  1 can (14.75 oz) salmon and its juice
  •  ½ cup Italian bread crumbs
  •  ½ cup milk
  •  2 Tbsp. minced onion
  •  2 Tbsp. minced green bell pepper
  •  1 lemon, juice ½ and cut the other half into wedges for garnish
  •  2 to  3 dashes of Tabasco sauce or chili sauce of choice
  •  Fresh ground black pepper, about ¼ tsp. or 6 to 8  grinds
  •  1 egg, beaten

Method:

  1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Lightly butter 4 mini-tart tins or muffin tins or use the cooking spray of your choice.
  2. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Use your hands and mix just until everything is well combined.
  3. Press into prepared tins.
  4. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
  5. Remove cakes from tins, serve with sauce if desired.

 

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2 Responses to “Baked Salmon Patties”

  1. I like the fact that one of my favourite dishes is bakes rather than fried.

  2. Use a mini muffin tin to make appetizer sized salmon patties. Great for parties. Thanks for dropping by my blog.

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