Monday, February 10, 2020

Oven Baked Salmon Cakes









These salmon cakes are
 a favourite with my family
and so simple to make,
with cooked fresh salmon,
or canned salmon.

Several health benefits, 
A source of vitamin D, 
Omega-3 fatty acids
 and anti-inflammatory properties,
 linked with the prevention of cancer. 






















What I use:

1 cup breadcrumbs
(I use Pastene Italian Flavoured)
1 small onion grated 
1 garlic clove minced
2 cans,  213g each,
Sockeye Red Pacific Salmon, drained.
2 shallots/green onions chopped finely
1/3 cup fresh dill roughly chopped (or
1 tsp dried herbs of choice)
2 eggs
1/2 cup parmesan cheese or cheese of
 your choice.
salt and pepper to taste.


Preheat oven to 400deg.F
Place bread crumbs in a bowl.
Add grated onion to bread crumbs.
Add remaining ingredients except the salmon.







Add salmon leaving large flakes.

Scoop up 1/4 cup mixture or a 
packed standard ice cream scoop.
Form/flatten the round cakes about 1/2 inch thick.

Place the cakes on an oiled cookie sheet.


DO NOT press the cakes down on 
 the cookie sheet. (it will cause them stick)

Brush oil on top of cakes and bake for 15 minutes.
Flip, brush oil over cakes and bake another 10 minutes.





    Serve with sour cream or tartar sauce.







I roasted my asparagus in the oven, topped with cheese.





Great on a bun!!




Thanks for your visit xo





Also, check out my one crust  Salmon Pie.






Also I had the privilege to visit a Cannery
 where Pacific Salmon in canned in Steveson, B.C.
click HERE  here to view.





9 comments:

Joanne said...

Those look delicious!! I love salmon and am always looking for new ways to prepare it. Pinned.

Debbie said...

These sound delicious! I will have to try them!
Thank you for visiting the Lakehouse blog, and leaving your nice comment.
I was happy to find your blogs in return.
Debbie
xo

Veronica Lee said...

Ooo! I love salmon cakes! Thanks for the recipe!

Happy Wednesday!

FABBY'S LIVING said...


Aww... the salmon cakes look wonderful my friend.
Thank you for sharing them. Very soon I'm going to make them for us.
Happy Valentine's sweetie.
Fabby

Rita C at Panoply said...

Ohmygosh, we LOVE salmon cakes in this household. I do believe it is my picky eater husband's favorite meal, believe it or not! I never even thought to bake them (DUH!). I always pan fry them in a little butter or margarine. I have to burn a candle when I do (and my husband can't tolerate candles burning, but I can't tolerate the lingering smell of salmon, lol), so I was wondering if baking cuts down the smell, or does it make your oven stink afterwards? I love mustard on mine (I know, weird to some). Great recipe!

NitkaDesign said...

Thanks for this recipe:-)) I love salmon and all kinds of salmon variations:-)))
Greetings:-)))

Jacqueline said...

This sure beats my moms old salmon loafs! I would love mine with some garlic aioli! Thanks for stopping by to visit!

Betsy said...

I love salmon and these look so delicious! I will make these along with that good looking lemon cake you posted just recently too.

Unknown said...

Great article.