Fish Patties

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  1. Sheldon Scott

    Sheldon Scott Very Well-Known Member
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    Fish Patties
    Ingredients:

    16 ounces canned salmon of mackerel
    1 egg
    1/3 cup onion, minced
    1/2 cup flour
    1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 1/2 cups vegetable oil, for frying
    Directions:
    Drain salmon. Set aside 2 Tablespoons juice,. Mix together salmon, egg, and onions until sticky. Stir in flour. Add baking powder to juice, then stir into salmon mixture. Form into small patties. Fry until golden brown (about 5 minutes).
    I make 4 patties and fry them in the deep fryer.
     
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  2. Von Jones

    Von Jones Very Well-Known Member
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    @Sheldon Scott, what is the purpose of the baking powder? I've never used it in my recipe.
     
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  3. Krissttina Isobe

    Krissttina Isobe Very Well-Known Member
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    Mmm, another way to eat salmon. Food can be monotonous at times so new recopies that's simple is so good. My tuna fry is simpler. Just add a whole can of tuna to scramble eggs add your spices and fry till dome. You can eat it in a sandwich, with rice or potatoes. I love to fry can tuna in oil and eat it with rice, but it spits sooo much I added and egg and it fries up nicely. I love my tuna fry with a little soy sauce and rice. Today to watch out for diabetes 2 we add brown rice, white rice, lentils and barley and sometimes black rice. Thanks for the recipe and I hope you enjoy my fish fry too.
     
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  4. Shirley Martin

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    @Sheldon Scott, that is much like I make them. We call them fish cakes. I have never tried onions in them but I will now. I don't use baking powder in mine because I use self rising flour.
     
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    Frank Sanoica Very Well-Known Member
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    @Shirley Martin
    Forgiving, or acknowledging, my ignorance,....what is "self-rising" flour? Added ingredients?
    Frank
     
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  6. Sheldon Scott

    Sheldon Scott Very Well-Known Member
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    I really don't know @Von Jones, it was in the recipe I found on Cook's.com and I liked it so I didn't change anything.
     
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  7. Von Jones

    Von Jones Very Well-Known Member
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    @Sheldon Scott with the exception of the baking powder our recipes are pretty much the same. I usually coat my mackerel patties with cornmeal before frying that makes them crunchy.
     
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  8. Von Jones

    Von Jones Very Well-Known Member
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    Self-rising flour has all the ingredients -salt, baking power, etc. except sugar that is used for baking. It just eliminates these extra measuring steps.
     
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