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Salmon patties is a recipe asked for often in my family. This is the way my mother made them and I am carrying on the tradition.

My twins love these salmon patties. I have to fix them whenever they come to visit me. It is one of their all time favorite meals. I have made salmon patties for years and my family won’t eat them any other way. The leftover patties are great for a sandwich on a bun with ketchup or mustard.

Salmon patties will become one of your favorite recipes! 1 (15 ounce) can salmon, undrained 1 egg 1 sleeve of saltine crackers, crushed 3/4 cup cooking oil (I use canola oil) for cooking Heat the oil in a large skillet. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Using your hands mix the ingredients together and shape into patties. Place the patties in the hot oil and brown on each side. Turn the heat down and continue cooking on low for about 20 minutes turning often. Let cook until the patties are brown and crusty. Note: You can add onion, green pepper and some people roll theirs in cornmeal but the only way my family likes them is the recipe posted above. These salmon patties are great leftover and made into a sandwich with ketchup or serve them with my Country Fried Potatoes. Enjoy!

I've been making these salmon patties for years and years. This is my mother's recipe and my family loves them.

Course: Main Course

Cuisine: American

Keyword: Salmon Patties

Author: The Southern Lady Cooks

Heat the oil in a large skillet. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Using your hands mix the ingredients together and shape into patties.

Place the patties in the hot oil and brown on each side. Turn the heat down and continue cooking on low for about 20 minutes turning often. Let cook until the patties are brown and crusty.

You can add onion, green pepper and some people roll theirs in cornmeal but the only way my family likes them is the recipe posted above.

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