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Old 01-30-2010, 02:29 PM   #1
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Salmon Cake Lunch

Haven't been cooking much lately, but got a craving for salmon cakes today.

1 Can Wild Salmon
1 Egg
2 TBS Creole Mustard,
2 TBS Minced onion
1 tsp Old Bay
Enough Bread Crumbs to bind.



Saute' in olive oil for about 5 minutes per side.


Serve with little homemade cocktail sauce and three bean salad for a nice tasty healthy lunch.
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Old 01-30-2010, 02:57 PM   #2
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They looks great Larry and I bet they tasted even better. Great job.
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Old 01-30-2010, 02:59 PM   #3
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Glad to see you used wild salmon, Larry.
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Old 01-30-2010, 03:03 PM   #4
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Glad to see you used wild salmon, Larry.
Yeah.......at least that's what the label said!!!
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Salmon cakes look great. Nice idea for a quick lunch.
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Looks like a great lunch and healthy to boot
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Old 01-30-2010, 04:39 PM   #7
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Why didn't you grill them?
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Looks great Larry
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Why didn't you grill them?
It was below 50.

I'll try one.
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It was below 50.

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You nailed those! They look delicious!
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Those are real popular down here this time of year... I love them too... Good job Larry..
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Griff says friends don't let friends eat canned salmon.

I probably wouldn't make that, but I'd eat it if you made it for me.
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Those look great Larry!
My Mother made them frequently when I
was a kid.....cheap & tasty

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Griff says friends don't let friends eat canned salmon.

I probably wouldn't make that, but I'd eat it if you made it for me.
Well, last time I checked the rivers around here don't have salmon in them and I would much prefer eat the canned wild salmon than the old farm raised crap around here. I bought salmon a couple times that was 'fresh', what a mushy mess......canned is the way to go unless you catch it yourself or know the source!

Jim, give them a try.....very simple and very good. You would really like them and the simplicity of making them!
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Re: Salmon Cake Lunch

Those look good, I'll be trying them soon as my better half just started a new diet.
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Griff says friends don't let friends eat canned salmon.

I probably wouldn't make that, but I'd eat it if you made it for me.
Thanks Jim. I don't know anybody that eats canned salmon, but that's because around here we only it eat it if it is home packed and then we call it jarred salmon. Makes more sense. Home canners use jars.
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