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Canned Salmon Patties
submitted by Nancy

1 can any brand pink or red salmon (about 8-10 oz), debone, drain and reserve liquid
1/2 to 1 cup crushed saltine crackers
1 egg (may use reconstituted dried egg or Just Whites)
1/4 cup chopped green peppers (or dried ones rehydrated in reserve liquid)
1/4 cup chopped onion (or dried ones rehydrated in reserve liquid)
salt and pepper to taste.

Combine ingredients in a bowl and shape into 4 salmon patties. Sauté in margarine, oil or "spray vegetable oil" until brown on both sides.

Serve with instant mashed potatoes, canned peas, and tartar sauce. Since refrigeration may be a problem, you can purchase single-serving-sized packets of mayonnaise from my local warehouse stores along with single-serving-sized packets of sweet pickle relish.  Mayo/pickle relish makes tartar sauce

Sally's comments: I didn't have any green peppers, so I used pickle relish. The patties were a bit dry and I added a T of mayonnaise. They remind me of Chesapeake Bay crab cakes. A little bit of Old Bay Seasoning might also be a nice variation.

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