They're juicy enough to serve alone, but more adventurous eaters might love our creamy dill sauce (below) to top the burgers. It's a tasty spin on tartar sauce. Although fresh salmon tastes best, you can also use canned or pouched.
Prep time: 15 minutesCooking time: 12 minutes Preheat grill to medium-high heat. In a small bowl, combine dill-sauce ingredients and mix well, if using. Set aside. Cut salmon into large chunks. Whirl in a food processor with lime zest and juice, bread crumbs, salt, and egg for 30 seconds. Divide mixture into 4 equal balls to form patties. (Since mixture is sticky, you may want to coat hands with cooking spray before forming patties.) Grill burgers for 6 minutes on each side (for medium), or to desired doneness. Or broil 6 inches from heat, about 5 minutes per side. Serve with dill sauce.How kids can help: Measure ingredients; squeeze lime; mix dill-sauce ingredients; push buttons on food processor.