It tastes so much better with fresh salmon.
Classic Salmon Cakes
KeepontryingM Posted: 06/09/13
jacaranda Posted: 03/05/13
Good recipe. Used sweet onioninstead of green onions. Needed more panko to hold together. Uses Penzy,s Chesapeake seasoning. Old Bay is a bit overwhelming.
KathrynNC Posted: 05/15/13
Would have given this 4.5 stars if I could, but fell just shy of 5 stars. Made just as stated in recipe. I chilled the mixture before shaping and cooking. Didn't have a problem holding together at all. Used the pre-cooked pouch salmon to cut down on time. Served with a little dipping sauce (although I don't think one was necessary) called "Comeback Sauce". For sides, roasted zucchini, squash, red onion; and a side salad.
travelcat321 Posted: 06/17/13
I thought this recipe was outstanding. I followed the recipe as written with the exception of using canned salmon. Everything turned out delicious. Per the previous comments I did create the patties and then placed them in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes before cooking. The family was intrigued with the meal based on the wonderful smell coming from the kitchen as the salmon cakes were cooking. Will definitely make again.
kayeraye Posted: 07/31/13
Yummy, but I subbed corn flake crumbs for panko...I just don't like panko.
Palkscancook Posted: 02/17/14
We love these salmon cakes. Our 19 y/o comes home from college and begs to make them. Love them just as the recipe is!
swhisonant Posted: 12/13/13
My husband loves salmon cakes. He LOVES them. He said these salmon cakes were the best he's had in his entire life. They are truly awesome. They look and taste amazing and the use of spice is first-rate!
jschulz Posted: 09/01/13
Nice blend of flavors. Had no problems with everything staying together.
KKB613 Posted: 03/30/14
Delicious way to change up salmon! They do have a kick. I reduced the pepper because I have toddlers but still found it a little zippy. As with a lot of CL recipes, one cake wasn't really enough. My husband and I both had two cakes.