Stacey's Scrumptious Salmon Patties with a kicking remoulade  Sauce

 

 

Ingredients

 

2 Salmon Filets (deboned)

1/2 cup of Mayonaise

1 - 1 1/2 cups of Panko crispy bread crumbs

1 cup of panko crispy bread crumbs to Coat outside with

3 tsp of Old bay seasoning

2 tbs of minced garlic

1 tbs of mustard

a few good dashes of Franks red hot

3 tbsp. of lemon juice

Salt and pepper to taste

2 large eggs

 

Ingredients for Sauce

 

1 cup of Mayo

a few good shakes of Franks red hot

2 tsp of Old Bay Seasoning

2 tbsp. of lemon juice

dash of paprika

lowreys season salt to taste

2 tsp of minced garlic

 

 

 

Prep your patties the day before- I definitely would not skip this part. Trust me ...... from experience its a mess.

The patties need to be formed and then sit for the night in the fridge so they are solid and nice and cold prior to trying to bread and fry (salmon gets warm quick and will fall apart as your trying to coat them in panko.)

 

How to make the patties-

  • Chop the Salmon filets into quarter inch size pieces and place in bowl.
  • Next add the following to the bowl -1/2 cup of Mayonaise1 - 1 1/2 cups of Panko crispy bread crumbs

    3 tsp. of Old bay seasoning

    2 tbsp. of minced garlic

    1 tbsp. of mustard

    a few good dashes of Franks red hot

    Salt and pepper to taste

    2 large eggs

  • blend everything together with your hands gently so you don't smash the salmon pieces.
  • grab about a cups worth and form into a patty. Place your patties on a baking sheet lined with saran wrap.
  • once you have the pan full cover with another piece of saran wrap.
  • place in fridge and leave over night.
  • prepare the sauce the night before as well. Just combine all the sauce ingredients in a bowl and cover with saran wrap or a lid.

 

The next day....

 

 

If you have a cast iron skillet I recommend using it for this but if not a good size fry pan will work.

 

I prefer to fry mine in a mix of Bacon grease, butter and oil. But again use what you prefer for frying purposes.

Heat your pan to medium heat , get the oil nice and hot before adding your patties.

 

put a cup of panko on a plate for coating patties. Pull the patties out of the Fridge and sprinkle with lemon juice. then coat each side of the patties in Panko and place into hot oil.

 

fry until a golden brown on each side.

 

Place on a plate with some dipping sauce and prepare yourself for Deliciousness!

 

I have played with this recipe several times and made them with minced onions , minced celery, minced red pepper- all have been very good add ins. So feel free to make it your own and enjoy!