Rough salmon and potato cakes. This recipe could be served as breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dinner. These salmon-potato cakes are good eats. They're also easy to make, which is the name of the game when it comes to dinnertime.
For the mashed potatoes use plain cooked potatoes mashed with no added ingredients. Just cook extra potatoes the night before and take out what you This recipe goes a long way from one small can of salmon. I would like to stress use leftover cooked potatoes not left over mashed potatoes that. You can cook Rough salmon and potato cakes using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Rough salmon and potato cakes
- You need 2 of large potatoes.
- Prepare of Small slice of cooked salmon.
- You need Half of a white onion.
- You need 1 of red chilli.
- Prepare of Salt and pepper.
- Prepare 1 of egg.
- You need of Bread crumbs.
They're flavorful, crispy on the outside and make the perfect lunch! Thanks to french fries and mashed potatoes, potatoes are often considered unhealthy. In reality, this delicious starch is low in calories and fat and packed with valuable nutrients. In Japan, panko-crusted mashed potato cakes like this are called korokke ("croquette"), and versions of them can be found in restaurants, at supermarkets and in home kitchens.
Rough salmon and potato cakes step by step
- Cook up salmon slice for 20 mins.
- Boil potatoes for 20 mins. Mash then mix with diced onion and chilli. Finally mix in the fish and egg..
- Add a good load of bread crumbs and salt n pepper to taste.
- Make into fist size cakes.
- Gently fry on a low to medium heat till cooked through and browned..
I have a special place in my heart for the first korokke I ever tried, a salmon-flecked version served with a spicy fish egg mayo. These Sweet Potato Salmon Cakes are so delicious! If you're looking for a quick and easy weeknight meal, that tastes like you've spent hours in the kitchen, then look no further. Once you've got the sweet potato salmon cakes cooking and the Brussels roasting, mix all of the creamy dill sriracha sauce ingredients together in a small bowl. I'm such a fan of dill and the joining of that with sriracha sauce is really addicting.