June 16, 2011

Recipe: Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Patties

This is one of the best tasting and easiest meals that you can make. The key to making this meal healthy is finding wild salmon. You can typically get wild salmon at your local fish market or possibly even your local grocery store.

Farm raised salmon is a totally different food and doesn’t have the health benefits wild Alaskan salmon does. If you can’t find it locally you can also use canned salmon. Just look at the top of the can for the stamp “Alaska USA,” that means it’s wild. 

  • 1 lb salmon (canned or fresh, canned it comes in 14-15 oz. cans which works fine)
  • 3 pastured eggs
  • ½ cup onions diced
  • ½ cup tomatoes diced
  • Half of a red pepper diced
  • Black pepper
  • Coconut oil
Place the salmon into a dish and mix it really well. If it’s canned it will have bones in it that will break up once you mix it.

Add 3 eggs, onions, tomatoes, red pepper and a few dashes of black pepper and mix well.

Heat pan on medium high and add coconut oil in the pan. When the pan is heated, spoon salmon mixture into 4-5 inch patties.

Cook 2-3 minutes on each side or until browned and flip.

I typically add a side of vegetables such as steamed broccoli. This amount should make 5 salmon patties. 

Eat and enjoy (with a little hot sauce on top)!

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