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Old 11-19-2004, 03:27 PM   #11
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I like my salmon patties made with lots of mayo and some parsley. I like to use panko as the binder and coating.
Psiguyy....I'm curious as to how you would make them with mayo....do you fry them? Oh, and what is Panko :?

Take kitchenelf's recipe and delete the egg and crackers. In it's place, use mayo, but more than an egg's worth. I like to load it up. Instead of the crackers, use Panko (Japanese bread crumbs). Mix it into the salmon as a binder, then coat the outside with it. Yes, I fry it. Don't need much oil to start. The mayo gives up the oil so you will be draining the pan if you fry up a lot.

The parsley just adds a fresh taste that I like. I use dehydrated curly parsley. The kind of parsley hardly anybody uses anymore.
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Old 11-19-2004, 03:40 PM   #12
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oops - I always put mayo in mine too - I guess I forgot :oops: but I still do eggs and crackers
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oops - I always put mayo in mine too - I guess I forgot :oops: but I still do eggs and crackers
I love mayo. It's like the most versatile thing in my kitchen. Most of my salad dressings are mayo based. Decided to go with mayo when eggs got "dangerous." I even use mayo in my caesar's dressing. Figured caesar's dressing has raw eggs and oil, emulsified with Dijon. What's mayo? Mostly eggs and oil, so...
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I like my salmon patties made with lots of mayo and some parsley. I like to use panko as the binder and coating.
Psiguyy....I'm curious as to how you would make them with mayo....do you fry them? Oh, and what is Panko :?

Take kitchenelf's recipe and delete the egg and crackers. In it's place, use mayo, but more than an egg's worth. I like to load it up. Instead of the crackers, use Panko (Japanese bread crumbs). Mix it into the salmon as a binder, then coat the outside with it. Yes, I fry it. Don't need much oil to start. The mayo gives up the oil so you will be draining the pan if you fry up a lot.

The parsley just adds a fresh taste that I like. I use dehydrated curly parsley. The kind of parsley hardly anybody uses anymore.
hummmm....I'll give it a try next time I make the patties :D
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