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What Makes Baked Salmon Fish Cakes So Wonderfully Unique?

Fish cakes make a wonderful meal. A lot of people make baked salmon recipes or other baked fish recipes and wonder what to do to make the recipes more interesting, forgetting all about fish cakes. A fish cake is a combination of fish and other ingredients, shaped into a patty and covered in breadcrumbs. Fish cakes can be baked, pan-fried, or deep fried.

Homemade Fish Cakes are the Best

One of the great things about fish cakes is that they can be really economical to make. You can use canned fish to make them (perhaps tuna or salmon) or thawed fish and, because baked salmon fish cakes contain potatoes and other flavorings, canned or thawed fish works fine.

Homemade baked salmon fish cakes are much nicer than store-bought ones. If you make your own you will know exactly what has gone into them; with the cheap factory-made ones, you will find the ingredients list often contains unhealthy additives, chemicals and unnecessary fillers.

A lot of recipes for baked salmon fish cakes offer so much flavor that you will want to double or triple the recipe and freeze batches for future dinners. Check the recipe you are using beforehand but many fish cake recipes do freeze well.

Side Dishes for Fish Cake Recipes

You can serve fish cakes with your favorite side dishes. What about potato salad or mashed potatoes? Fries or potato wedges are also good. Coleslaw, corn on the cob or green beans are other yummy suggestions. You can serve your favorite sauce with baked salmon fish cakes too.

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Baked Salmon Fish Cakes with Parsley

How to Make Fishcakes with Salmon

Fish is a healthy ingredient and we should all aim to eat it at least once or twice a week. Many people stick to the ‘big three’ and that would be salmon, cod and tuna, but there are a wealth of different fish to choose from, including more unusual ones like tilapia, snapper, hake, and sole. Perhaps you have made baked salmon recipes, fish chowder recipes, a fish taco recipe, or other easy fish recipes with homemade tartar sauce before, or maybe you are new to easy fish recipes altogether.

The following baked salmon fish cakes recipe combines salmon with mashed potatoes, parsley, ketchup and more, for a delicious seafood meal. There are lots of different salmon filet recipes to choose from, but choosing salmon for making fish cakes is a particularly great idea because this fish works really well in fish cake recipes.

You can serve these baked salmon fish cakes with homemade tartar sauce, ketchup or your favorite kind of sauce. They are nice served with mashed potatoes or fries, as well as your favorite simple salad recipe or some vegetables. A lemon wedge on the side, to squeeze over the fish cakes, is usually appreciated. You could serve lime instead if you prefer.

How to Make Fishcakes with Salmon
Summary: Learning how to make fishcakes is worthwhile because you can transform fresh, thawed or even canned fish into the most delicious treats. These include parsley, milk and breadcrumbs.
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Entree
Serves: 4
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Ingredients
  • 1 lb 10 oz peeled,chopped potatoes
  • 1 tablespoon chopped parsley
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons ketchup
  • 12 oz skinless salmon filets
  • 10 fl oz milk
  • 3 ¼ oz dry breadcrumbs
  • Salt and black pepper to taste
  • Lemon wedges and tartar sauce to serve
Instructions
  1. Put the potatoes in a big pot and cover them in water. Add a pinch of salt and bring to a boil.
  2. Cook the potatoes for 15 minutes or until they are tender, then drain and mash them.
  3. Poach the salmon in the milk in a frying pan for 10 minutes or until the flesh is opaque.
  4. Discard the milk.
  5. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
  6. Flake the fish into a bowl and mash it with the potatoes, parsley, and ketchup. Season to taste and shape into 8 fish cakes.
  7. Chill them in the refrigerator for an hour before coating them if you have time (this makes them easier to handle).
  8. Beat the egg with 2 tablespoons of cold water.
  9. Dip the fish cakes in the beaten egg mixture and then dip them in the breadcrumbs.
  10. Bake them on a nonstick baking sheet for 25 minutes or until they are hot.
  11. You can broil them for 5 minutes if you want them extra-crispy.
  12. Serve with lemon wedges and tartar sauce.

Photo Description:

Baked salmon fish cakes are really tasty and, as you can see from the picture, they are crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Baking them instead of frying them means that they are lower in fat than fried fish cakes, even when you use an oily fish such as salmon. The finish is exactly the same because fish cakes are crispy whether you bake them or fry them, so you might prefer to opt for this healthier cooking method. The lemon and tartar sauce shown in the photo is just one serving method. You might prefer to serve these flavorful fish cakes with chili sauce.

The Following Baked Salmon Fish Cakes Recipe Combines Salmon With Mashed Potatoes, Parsley…

 

Fish Without a Doubt: The Cook’s Essential Companion

by Rick Moonen and Roy Finamore

Choose this top-rated fish cookbook if you want to know more about cooking fish and seafood. It covers pretty much everything you will ever need to know about the topic. This hefty book features descriptive, clear recipes and the book covers selecting and preparing your fish, as well as the actual recipes themselves. Discover how to shuck oysters, clean squid, devein shrimp and filet a round fish like a pro. Learn how to tell when fish is cooked, and find out more about different fish cooking techniques like poaching, boiling, frying, baking and steaming. The recipes include appetizers, soups, salads, fish burgers, relishes and sauces for fish, pasta and rice dishes with fish or seafood, and more. This in-depth compendium is a fabulous resource for anyone who wants to delve into the world of fish and seafood, and learn how to make the best recipes using the fruits of the sea.

Fish Without a Doubt: The Cook’s Essential Companion

How to Make Baked Salmon Fish Cakes Like a Pro

Baked salmon fish cakes and other kinds of fish cakes are enjoyed all over the world. Ranging from the tiny spicy Thai fish cakes, which are lovely served with sweet chili dipping sauce, to the hearty big cod and salmon ones enjoyed in the United States, Europe, and the UK, fish cakes make a great meal. Some people even eat them for breakfast with a fried egg and some toast. For some reason, egg yolks and fish cakes pair incredibly well.

You can serve fish cakes for dinner with pasta on the side or you can serve them alone, perhaps with some salad, especially if you are using half potato and half fish, in which case they will already be hearty.

What Kind of Fish to Use

Fish cakes are easy to prepare and many baked salmon fish cakes recipes freeze well too. When learning how to make fish cakes like a pro, it pays to learn about the different kinds of fish. For example, salmon is a very tasty fish and it works well in fish cake recipes. Cod is bland if you use it alone. You could combine cod with salmon for a very flavorful result.

Feel free to experiment with the herbs you use in your homemade fish cakes recipes. Parsley or cilantro go well. Alternatively you might like to use curry powder, lime leaves, or chili powder for a spicy finish. If your fish cakes are relatively simple, you can make up for this by serving a full-flavored dipping sauce on the side.

“Salmon Fish Cakes by Chef Daniel Green”

Step by Step Instructions for Thai Salmon Fish Cakes

 

Salmon Dinner Menus and Salmon Information

All along the bays and inlets, down Puget Sound where the Muckleshoot once freely roamed, to the Skeena River in Canada, and from as far as Alaska, you can find Salmon in their natural habitats. When these salmon swim inland it is time for them to spawn. Some, following spawning will return to the seas, others will die.

Salmon are thought to be the ocean’s ‘homing pigeonss’ in as much as they always return to the place where they last spawned; sometimes swimming hundreds of miles. However, this is only true for some salmon species. The geographical region of our globe determines a salmon’s lifecycle. For instance, the Pacific, Chinook, and sockeye salmon are known to live about seven years. The Atlantic salmon chum only six.

The shortest lifespan for salmon can be seen in the silver salmon that live four years and the pink salmon which lives a mere two years. Further, some species of salmon could in fact be referred to as the homing pigeon of the great blue oceans as they do in fact return time and time again to whence they first spawned. On the other hand, salmon species in another area of the ocean may in fact die upon spawning thus is the lifecycle of the variety of salmon species.

The nutritional value of salmon far surpasses that of most fish in Omega three essential oils but they are also higher in calories than many other species of fish. For heart healthy, high protein and vitamin and mineral enriched food choose a nice three ounce portion of salmon. Wild caught is best for the most nutrient enriched, but aqua farmed; although not as enriched in nutrients as their wild caught kin is defiantly better than most food choices available.

There are numerous methods of cooking salmon. Grilled, smoked, baked, broiled, steamed, or fried, either method is but a tour de force yet in the making. Salmon cakes; also called salmon fritters are usually made with canned salmon. To make a simple dish of salmon cakes you would first drain off all liquid, add your spices such as; chopped onion, garlic, bread crumbs, and an egg.

Combine all ingredients and sauté until a nice golden brown. Top your salmon cakes with a combination of a little butter, flour, milk, and sweet peas. Salt and pepper to taste. Yet another option is flaked, steamed fresh salmon followed by all of the above same ingredients and method. The difference in texture and taste of both salmon cake options is definitely a culinary adventure. The textural difference and clear taste experiences will be one that will not be easily forgotten.

Keep in mind that both methods can be prepared ahead of time for those rushed and hurried nights. Far healthier than fast food selections, with only minimal preparation time. Best of all it is loved by children as well.

Regardless of your method of preparation, salmon cakes are a healthy, nutritious, and savory alternative to some of the more high fat choices available.

 


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Christine Szalay-Kudra


Hi, my name is Christine. I am happy you are visiting today. Food is very important to everyone, and in this family we love to eat all kinds of dishes from meat and chicken to international cuisine, crockpot creations and more. Seafood is something we also love, and I love the fact it is nutritious as well as very tasty.


Everyone knows 'the big three' which are cod, tuna and salmon, but sometimes it is fun to try different types of fish, such as perch, trout, monkfish, or even shellfish like mussels or clams. There are seafood recipes for every season and occasion, those served chilled for a refreshing burst of flavor, and those served hot in stew or soup form.


Choose from crispy fried fish, tender pan-fried or poached cuts, or what about a seafood medley boasting the most wonderful flavors of the sea, lake or river? Seafood can be served as part of a salad or savory dish, or it can be served as an appetizer or snack. Bacon-wrapped scallops, anyone? You will find a comprehensive collection of wonderful seafood recipes right here, for your inspiration and enjoyment.


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