You must have guessed by now that salmon is my favorite protein to cook. I love salmon and for several reasons; it’s rich in taste, extremely healthy, and flexible to be molded into many recipes. And, today’s homemade process of Paula Deen Salmon Croquette Recipe is a perfect example to prove the delightfulness that salmon brings to the table.
My love of salmon drove me into trying out this mouth-watering Paula Deen Salmon Croquette Recipe. I just had to make it.
This recipe requires simple ingredients to elevate the dish. So, without further ado, let’s look into the detailed recipe and ingredients;
Paula Deen Salmon Croquette Recipe
- 2 Salmon. (Fillets flaked canned)
- 1 Egg. (Beaten)
- 2 tbsp Green Onions. (Chopped)
- ½ cup Breadcrumbs.
- Vegetable Oil or any kind for frying.
Take a large bowl and add in your flaked salmon, chopped green onions, and egg.
Mix all these.
Now take out a non-stick pan or whichever pan you prefer, add oil into it, and let it warm up to fry the croquettes while you make patties.
Take small portions of the salmon mixture and make small round patties of it.
Fry them for 2-3minutes on each side or until you get a golden brown color on each side.
Serve them on a bed of green lettuce and with a side of fries and tartar sauce to elevate the flavor more.
Tips and Tricks
I always make sure to provide you with some pointers to get the perfect croquettes every time. In fact the best out of every recipe. Keeping the custom intact, here are a few tips to prepare a perfect Paula Deen Salmon Croquette Recipe;
- This recipe calls for canned salmon, but I recommend you get a fresh fillet of salmon. Poach the salmon fillets until cooked and then flake them. This ensures a fresh and rich taste every time.
- Since canned salmon is always seasoned and you can’t risk adding more spices, you can always work with fresh salmon. To elevate the recipe, you can add a mix of herbs and spices to make it more delicious and finger-licking good.
- Make sure to cook the salmon croquettes on medium heat so that they don’t get overcooked.
- Before you fry the corquettes, make sure to refrigerate them or freeze them for 5-10 minutes to help them hold their shape.
How to Store Salmon Croquette?
You can store them in the freezer in a box. Make sure to line them separately and not on top of each other. If you have to place them on top of each other, put parchment paper or a plastic sheet between the layers to prevent them from sticking. They’ll stay good in the freezer for a month. Take them out a few minutes before you’re ready to cook them.
Following are the nutritional facts about Paula Deen Salmon Croquette Recipe;
- 390 calories
- 10.3 grams of carbohydrates
- 0.7 grams of dietary fiber
- 0.8 grams of sugars
- 26.2 grams of protein
- 123 grams of Cholesterol
- 49 grams of Potassium
Etc. It’s filled with body essential vitamins and minerals to aid in the normal functioning of our body.
There are endless benefits of including salmon in your diet. Following are some of them;
- Rich in Omega 3 Fatty acids
- Great source of Protein
- High in all of B vitamins
- Helps to reduce the risks of heart diseases
- Can help fight inflammations
- Protects your brain
- Looking for more salmon recipes? Try Hubert Keller Salmon Souffle Recipe, Lemon Grilled Salmon Recipe, Bahama Breeze Pan Seared Salmon Recipe
- Spinach recipes from vegan powerhouse; Asiago Creamed Spinach Recipe, Spinach Feta Chicken Sausage Recipe, Spinach Dal Recipe Andhra Style, Spinach Curry Andhra Style recipe
- Pasta/Spaghetti recipes; Brown Rice Noodles with Peanut sauce, Brown Rice Pasta
I hope you try this recipe and get the perfect results as I did. Do let me know in the comments below how you liked the recipe.