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Southwestern Salmon Patties

Leslie Beadles Dinner Dip Dressing Mix Seafood

This easy salmon recipe features the southwestern flavor of our dip mix to create delicious salmon patties. This recipe is great because it only features a handful of easy to use ingredients. If you have a food processor or a knife this recipe can be made easily in less than an hour. Try this recipe on a weeknight, weekend, or for a family get together. Your family or friends will enjoy the savory southwestern taste of this seafood dish.

up close photo of salmon patty with dip dollop on top

Why Eat Salmon?

Salmon is a healthy and nutritious seafood that is common in most grocery stores. It is affordable and packed with vitamins and minerals including proteins and omega-3’s. This pink fish is great for easy meals or for meal prepping. If you are tired of cooking salmon the same way all the time, this easy salmon recipe will leave you with a new way to eat this delicious fish. We also have delicious Oven Baked Salmon recipe that will give your taste buds a treat as well.

How to Prep the Ingredients in a Food Processor

If you have a food processor, all the ingredients can be chopped and mixed in the food processor bowl. This is a great option to cut down on prep time and keep the mess all in one place.

To start you will want to chop a bunch of parsley in a food processor. This will take up to 5 pulses. Make sure to pulse the food processor to allow the parsley to become chopped in chunks and not pureed.
up close photo of parsley in a food processorNext you will add 2/3 cup breadcrumbs to the food processor bowl and pulse 2-3 times until the parsley is mixed with the breadcrumbs. You can use unseasoned or seasoned breadcrumbs. If you use seasoned breadcrumbs it might alter the southwestern taste of our dip and dressing mix seasoning.
Up close photo of bread crumbs in a food processorOnce you have the parsley and breadcrumbs mixed you can add the seasoning to the dried mixture. You will want to add 2 tsp of Chugwater Chili Dip-Dressing Mix. If you prefer more seasoning feel free to add in more. This southwestern seasoning is great because it is adaptable to your taste preferences in this recipe. Pulse the ingredients 2-3 times to get the seasoning blended into the breadcrumb mixture.

up close photo of dip seasoning with food processor in backgroundTo help hold the breadcrumbs together with the salmon you will need to add in one egg and pulse 2-3 times until you start getting a doughy look to the mixture.

up close photo of egg in hand with food processor in backNow it is time to add in 16 oz of chopped salmon. Precutting the salmon into chunks will help the food processor blend and chop the salmon with the other ingredients. You will need to use about 10 pulses to get the salmon chopped fine enough that you can taste it in every bite of the salmon patty.

up close photo of salmon in food processor

How to Cook Salmon Patties

With the salmon mixture from the food processor you will need to form it into patties. To do this take a scoop of the mixture and form it into a ball. Then flatten the ball and you have a nice round salmon patty. Make sure not to flatten it too much to where it is paper thin. You want it to be about ¾ in thick.  Once you have formed the patties you will need to refrigerate for about 30 minutes to help keep the patties together.
up close photo of salmon patties Next in a skillet add in 2-3 Tbs of oil (this can be vegetable, olive, or coconut oil) and heat up. Add the salmon patties to the skillet. If you use a large skillet you should be able to fit 4 patties in at the same time.  
up close photo of patties in frying pan On medium-high heat, cook on each salmon patty side for about 4-5 minutes until they become crispy. You want a nice crispy outside but be sure not to burn them.

up close photo of salmon patties cooked golden brownHow to Serve Southwestern Salmon Patties

You can serve this easy salmon dish with a dollop of prepared Chugwater Chili Dip-Dressing Mix to add a creamy topping that is tasty and enhances the southwester flavor of the salmon patties. Here is a list of side dishes that you can serve with the salmon patties.

 

Now that you have tried a fun new recipe using our dip and dressing seasoning, here are a few other recipes that use this southwestern seasoning.

    salmon patty, salmon patties, southwestern seasoning, salmon dish
    Fish, Main Dish
    American
    Yield: 4
    Author:

    Southwestern Salmon Patties

    This easy salmon recipe features the southwestern flavor of our dip mix to create delicious salmon patties. This recipe is great because it only features a handful of easy to use ingredients. If you have a food processor or a knife this recipe can be made easily in less than an hour. Try this recipe on a weeknight, weekend, or for a family get together. Your family or friends will enjoy the savory southwestern taste of this seafood dish.
    prep time: 40 Mcook time: 20 Mtotal time: 60 M

    ingredients:

    • 16 ounces salmon (this recipe uses fresh salmon, but canned salmon works too)
    • 1 tablespoon chopped parsely
    • 2/3 cup bread crumbs
    • 2 teaspoons Chugwater Chili Dip-Dressing Mix
    • 1 egg
    • 2-3 tablespoons vegetable oil

    instructions:

    How to cook Southwestern Salmon Patties

    1. Chop the parsley in a food processor, up to 5 pulses.
    2. Add the bread crumbs and pulse 2-3 times.
    3. Add two teaspoons of Chugwater Chili Dip-Dressing Mix. Pulse 2-3 times.
    4. Add one egg. Pulse 2-3 times.
    5. Add the chopped salmon. Process until combined about 10 pulses.
    6. Form the mixture into patties, cover, and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
    7. Flatten patties and place into preheated skillet.
    8. On medium-high heat, cook on each side 4-5 minutes until crispy.
    9. Serve with a dollop of Chugwater Chili Dip-Dressing Mix. 

    NOTES:

    If you have a food processor, all of the ingredients can be chopped and mixed in the food processor bowl. If not, chop the parsley fine and salmon into 1/4 inch pieces with a chef's knife and gently stir in the remaining ingredients. Cooking the salmon patties in oil over medium-high heat gives them a crispy coating and a creamy interior. Serve with a dollop of Chugwater Chili Dip-Dressing Mix for some tang.

    Calories

    437.00

    Fat (grams)

    28.54

    Sat. Fat (grams)

    4.79

    Carbs (grams)

    13.72

    Fiber (grams)

    0.86

    Net carbs

    12.86

    Sugar (grams)

    1.58

    Protein (grams)

    29.46

    Sodium (milligrams)

    297.68

    Cholesterol (grams)

    121.61
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