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Adam’s Salmon Patties

Posted by Solitary Dancer on September 26, 2007

This recipe was posted over at Dr. Bernstein’s Forum, by Adam. He always comes up with some great recipes. Thanks Adam!

Adam’s Awesome Lowcarb Salmon Patties


14 3/4 ounces salmon, drained
1/2 cup pork rinds, finely ground
1/4 C minced onions
2 t lemon juice
2 t parsley flakes
1 minced garlic clove
2 large beaten eggs
3 T mayonnaise


1.Mix all ingredients and refrigerate for 1/2 hour -(optional, but they handle easier).

2.Make into 4 patties and cook until browned on either side turning once.

3.I make a double batch and freeze part of it in flattened patties in zipper bags, and just thaw in the microwave, then fry.

4.Also good as a sauce on them: mix 1 part blue cheese dressing to 1 part horsy mustard, or Jack Daniels mustard, or some kind of flavored mustard — it is yummy!

Here’s what Miriam had to say:

Sounds terrific. Great ingredients & sauce, too.

I make mine with:

1 or 2 unbeaten eggwhites
chopped celery
small amount chopped onion
Italian bread crumbs.

I shape them into many small patties and bring them as finger food to parties.

P.S. I like your recipe much better than mine!


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