Salmon Burgers

  • mmjboyer Posted: 06/16/09
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    These were really delicious! Even my 7 year old liked them. I did find them to be a little bland, so I garnished each one with some fresh dill....made all the difference in the world. I also added some panko, like some of the others suggested. I will definitely keep this recipe to make again.

  • abator Posted: 03/04/09
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    I was only recently introduced to Salmon Burgers. However, my boyfriend is a long time fan and he thought these were the best he ever had. I used fresh salmon and made sure that I had a really nice asagio foccacia. I served them with all the condiments (lettuce, tomato, onion, mustard, mayo) that I would serve with a regular burger.

  • Mama2znc Posted: 05/10/10
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    I used a whole egg and about 1/8 cup of bread crumbs, and the patties held beautifully. I served them on whole wheat buns with commercially bottled chili sauce, with steamed peas on the side. They were fabulous and so quick to make. I will definitely make these again.

  • cjeanbergeron Posted: 06/15/09
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    YUM! This was fast and easy to make. I put the salmon in a food processor for a second and the burgers stayed together like any other burger. I had mine with tomato and cucumber on a wheat english muffin but my friends said it would be great served with avocado.

  • AmyKL23 Posted: 06/22/10
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    I added dill and instead of the red pepper sauce, I used 3/4 Tbsp. Sriracha and blended everything together in the food processor. Good flavor, but while the patties held together, I agree the addition of some panko/breadcrumbs would help congeal the patties little better so it's not so "sloppy" & would help the patties to maintain a better shape.

  • LeChefTyson Posted: 08/09/09
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    great quick meal

  • Linz711 Posted: 07/29/10
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    Also added some panko and egg to hold the burgers together. We served the burgers with a horseradish-mustard spread made with plain yogurt.

  • ChristeMack Posted: 06/22/10
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    We had a delicious mishap with this recipe. After having our meat dept hand trim a beautiful piece of salmon for the recipe, we left it in the fan and it ended up 1 hr away with my son! So, being hungry, we improvised with delicious results. We used 1 pound of ground Turkey and 1 can of drained and deboned Salmon. The results were delicious, held together well, lower fat and even cheaper! The fresh basil and lots of onion were the key to keep them from being bland. The only thing more delicious than their aroma as they cooked, was biting in. I will make again and again - especially the cheaper alternative with ground turkey!

  • 19Ashley86 Posted: 07/05/11
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    I was so disappointed in this recipe. I followed it to the "T" and the burgers turned out really bland. They need something to kick up their flavor big time. Garlic, old bay, possibly even some lemon.

  • Margs24 Posted: 07/07/12
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    I just made these and while tasty, they did not hold together well at all. Next time, I will take the adivce of others and put in the food processor briefly. Also, they could have used a squeeze of lemon or some other citrus to brighten it up a bit.

  • suzanneholling Posted: 04/07/12
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    These were fantastic! After reading reviews I added garlic, lemon & gorgonzola to them and they were delish! Definite 5 star and we will make again :)

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