The ingredients are really simple and use bits and pieces that you probably have in the house already.
2 tins of Alaskan Wild Salmon (Make sure it is MSC)
You can serve these with any green vegetables, and we have often used frozen peas. Don't forget a good dollop of Ketchup.
Easy Peasy Salmon Fishcakes
Peel, boil and mash (with milk and butter) your potatoes
While the potatoes are boiling:
Open the tins of salmon, drain and rinse. Remove the bones, and any skin you can find. Flake the fish.
Cut up the onion and the chilli (remove the pips) and mix into the flaked salmon. Add a squeeze of lime juice.
When your potatoes are mashed add to the flaked salmon, and mix thoroughly.
Form little patties with the potato/salmon mixture.
Fry gently to brown the outside and then continue to cook in a warm oven for about 20-30 minutes.
They are ready to eat.
You could of course, use a different tinned fish and add other spices or herbs.
These are really tasty, and economical, I simply add a few more potatoes when I'm cooking them for five, rather then four people.
|A tasty Friday evening supper|
|I usually use King Edwards or Maris Piper, they mash so well|
|Adding milk and butter to the potato|
|My tinned Alaskan salmon with lime and chillis|
|Drain, rinse and remove bones and skin|
|Prepare the chilli|
|Add the lime juice|
|Make the patties|
|Brown in a frying pan|
and cook in the oven
|They were delicious with these vegetables|