Salmon Patties with Mustard Sauce

I came across this recipe the other day in my Fannie Farmer cookbook when I was looking for something different to make my guys.  I have been getting tired of using chicken or ground beef and remembered that I had a couple cans of salmon in the cupboard.  Not all my guys are fish eaters, but they all liked this recipe! Serve with lettuce and tomato and crisp bread.

2 cans salmon, drained, bones removed

1/2 c. bread crumbs (I used seasoned)

4 tbsp. butter, melted (I omitted this)

2 eggs, well beaten

1-1/2 tbsp. minced onion

2 tsp. minced parsley

1 tbsp. minced green pepper

1/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

dash of Tabasco sauce

salt to taste

olive oil

Mustard Sauce (recipe follows)

Place the salmon in a large mixing bowl and use a fork to break it apart and shred it.  Add the bread crumbs, butter, eggs, onion, parsley, green pepper, Worcestershire, Tabasco, and salt.  Mix well.  Shape into 7 patties. Pour olive oil into a skillet and heat.  Add the patties and cook until golden brown and hot throughout.  Serve with Mustard Sauce.

Mustard Sauce

2 tbsp. olive oil

2 tbsp. Dijon mustard

1/4 c. white vinegar

1/4 c. water

1/2 tsp. salt

2 tbsp. chopped parsley

In a mixing bowl, whisk together first 5 ingredients.  Stir in parsley.  Serve over salmon patties.

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The Mrs. G's

A mother-daughter project (our married names both begin with G) to rejuvenate our love of cooking and make meals creative and exciting! And now that I (mom) have discovered the Trim Healthy Mama way of cooking, I am trying to incorporate more healthful recipes!

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