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Salmon and Crab Patties

thebtlsthebtls Posts: 2,300
edited April 2012 in EggHead Forum

<?XML:NAMESPACE PREFIX = V /><?XML:NAMESPACE PREFIX = O />Patties are NOT required by this
recipe in fact you can choose if you want to make patties or croquettes. Merely make your choice to ball and bake or
patty and grill this versatile recipe because the preparation and ingredients
are essentially the same. Clearly a lot
of options exist; you can punt the Crab or the Salmon, replace both with
Tuna. Mix it up to your liking or
whatever is fresh in the fridge.

8-12 Oz.
Fresh Salmon, flaked and 4-8 Oz. Flaked Crab

Note: Total fish content should be
approximately 1 pound

2 Tbls.
Lemon Juice

2 Tbls.
Yellow Beer Mustard

2 Tbls.
Worcestershire Sauce

(red or green) to taste

4 Tbls.
Butter (melted)

2 Eggs
(Free Range)

1 Pkg.
Saltines (fewer crackers will increase moisture)

<?XML:NAMESPACE PREFIX = W />1 Medium Vidalia Onion, chopped

Paul Prudhommes Magic Seasoning Fish Magic


Fire up the
BGE to 350-400 degrees then choose: a.
Grid (2”) and a griddle for grilling b.
Indirect heat (via plate setter) and
baking dish or griddle elevated for baking.

While BGE
heats up; Chop the
onions, Melt butter
and Flake the salmon into
small bits (ditto on the crab)

Mix all
ingredients and mash into
Patties (1/2” by 3” approximately) or, roll into Croquettes (about 1.5”

Grill for
6-8 minutes (turning once) until crusted or bake for about 20
minutes; remove from heat
and serve with salad.


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  • BotchBotch Posts: 4,389
    That sounds, and looks, great!  Added to my to-do list.   :)
    Live fast, die young, and leave a well-marbled corpse.  
    Ogden, Utard.  
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