Grandmas Simple Salmon Patties

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This family dinner idea for Grandmas simple salmon patties is a classic recipe that is loved by everyone. It's a good way to get some fish into the diet, especially with people who are normally a bit picky eating fish. You can serve this easy dinner idea with some mashed potatoes and ketchup. This easy salmon patties recipe is also known as salmon croquettes and is a popular Texas dinner idea. Canned salmon is used in this quick dinner idea, and because canned salmon is already cooked it only takes a few minutes of frying time on each side to get a nice, golden brown patty.

Whenever you are making a family dinner idea that uses meat in the recipe you want to be sure and practice food safety. All it takes is some mindful thinking and some simple tips to help ensure that your kitchen is free of bacteria. You will want to teach everyone in your family these simple kitchen tips to ensure your house stays clear of food-borne illness. To start always wash your hands properly. When you wash your hands be sure to wash for at least 20 seconds before handling any food and after handling seafood, meat, poultry, and eggs. You also want to make sure to wash your hands after touching the family pets and using the washroom. It is also important to keep your kitchen work area clean. You want to clean and sanitize all utensils, countertops, and cutting boards with a mild bleach solution. This should be done before and after any seafood and meat food preparation. Always make sure to wash your produce thoroughly. Wash fresh produce under running water to remove any dirt and residue there might be. You also want to cut away any bruised areas on produce; this is because bruised areas on produce are places where bacteria can thrive. Always make sure that you separate surfaces that are used to prepare seafood, meat, and poultry. That also means to use separate areas in your shopping cart and refrigerator to store. When preparing seafood, raw meat, and poultry you want to use two cutting boards if possible. This means you should have one cutting board for cutting meat, and another for cutting produce. If you are going to be cooking two different types of protein, you want to be sure and keep them separate from each other and wash your cutting board thoroughly between preparing each. Always seal raw meat and seafood, keep raw meat, poultry in a sealed container on the bottom of the refrigerator so you can prevent any juices from dripping onto other food in the fridge.

This family dinner idea for Grandma's simple salmon patties can be found on the Texas Cooking site. This is just one of the quick dinner recipes you will find on the site. Other recipes on the site include dessert recipes, easy dinner ideas, salad recipes, main dish, side dish, desserts, bread recipes, casseroles and so much more. **

sealed container on the bottom of the refrigerator so you can prevent any juices from dripping onto other food in the fridge.
Nutrition Facts for: Grandmas Simple Salmon Patties from Texas Cooking
Ingredients: Canned salmon, onion, egg, ground black pepper, saltine crackers, canola.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 293, Calories from Fat 122, Total Fat 13.6g 21%, Saturated Fat 1.8g 9%, Cholesterol 59mg 20%, Sodium 399mg 17%, Potassium 352mg 10%, Carbohydrates 24.8g 8%, Dietary Fiber 1.3g 5%, Sugars 0.7g, Protein 17.9g, Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 5%, Iron 14%

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