Quick-cooked in the skillet, salmon cakes are easy weeknight suppers. These seafood recipes combine either canned or fresh salmon with breadcrumbs, sauteed vegetables, and herbs to make the most sinful salmon cakes.See Popular Salmon Cakes Recipes
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The relish that accompanies these slightly spicy cakes reminds me of the pickley olive salad you get in a New Orleans muffuletta sandwich; in fact, as a variation, I like to make salmon cake sandwiches.
Nonfat yogurt makes a light, flavorful sauce to serve with the salmon in this dinner recipe.
These quick and easy salmon cakes are the perfect candidate for a weeknight dinner with a simple salad, a favorite grains, or a bun and some chips.
This 30-inute dinner recipe gives you a new way to enjoy heart-healthy salmon.
Ready in under 30 minutes, irresistible salmon potato cakes bring a new flavor to an old favorite.
Hearty but healthful, these flavorful Asian-inspired fish burgers swim to the table with the lean, clean proteins that nutritionists recommend.
These salmon cakes aren't anything like the salmon croquettes made in the 1950's. With their crunch of peppers and balance of flavors, you won't be able to stop eating them.
The Jewish holiday of Passover is, at its core, a celebration of life. The roots of the observance were born during the Jewish exodus from Egypt, when God "passed over" the homes of Jews when he was slaying the country's firstborn. To honor this history, during the eight-day span of Passover (which in 2012 begins at sunset on April 6), leavened bread (chametz) is eschewed, but with a some creativity and today's wide availability of matzoh in many forms means you can create a modern, delicious meal with very little trouble.
In Cajun country, catfish is king. And as we gear up to celebrate Mardi Gras (or Fat Tuesday), we take our own bow to the catfish that folks from Louisiana know how to cook to perfection. Pan-fried or baked, catfish has a mild flavor that marries well with spices like paprika and cayenne pepper, and a dash of hot-pepper sauce.
Sometimes the hardest challenge at the end of a long day is coming up with something quick and easy for dinner. This task becomes especially tricky when you add a desire for variety; for many of us, busy weeknights mean even less time to be inventive in the kitchen. Before you give up and reach for your stack of take-out menus, give one of these quick-and-easy recipes a try.
Wine, beer, and spirits aren't just for cocktail hour; alcoholic beverages can also be essential ingredients in marinades, sauces, dips, and desserts. Alcohol intensifies the other flavors and aromas in a dish, and the acidity of some beverages such as wine and beer also acts as a tenderizer. But contrary to conventional wisdom, cooking does not necessarily eliminate all of the alcohol.