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Mini Salmon Patties

Mini Salmon Patties

High fibre, calcium & omega-3 rich, these simple patties can be cooked ahead for lunchboxes or snacks. Fish is always hard to get enough of in our kids diets (& ours!), so try these easy tasty patties to tick a few of those helpful nutrition boxes.

They take 10 minutes to throw together & another 5-10 to cook. Makes 14.

Ingredients/Tools

  • 150g tinned pink salmon, drained.
  • 1/2 carrot OR zucchini grated.
  • 30g tasty cheese, grated.
  • 1 slice toasted, high fibre/grainy bread.
  • 1 spring onion, tip sliced off & whole thing roughly chopped.
  • 1 egg.
  • 25g SR flour (1 heaped dessert spoon).
  • 2 weetbix, crumbled.
  • 1 tablespoon canola oil.
  • Blender.
  • Large non stick pan/spatula.
  • Bowl for mixing.

 Method

  1. Combine salmon, carrot, cheese & egg.  Mix together.
  2. Add bread to blender & crumb. Add in onion, blend well.
  3. Add bread/onion to the salmon mix, along with 1/2 weetbix & flour.  Combine mix well.
  4. Take 1 dessert spoon of mix, roll into a ball, slightly flatten then coat in remaining crumbed weetbix.  Continue until all mix is rolled/coated.
  5. Heat non stick pan, add in oil & ensure pan is coated.
  6. Place in as many of the patties as you can & further flatten with spatula. Let them crisp up for 3-5 minutes, then turn for another 3-5 minutes.  Remove from pan!

 3-4 would be a good sandwich alternative.

 





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