Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Salmon "Scrapple"

One 15oz can salmon (I use Trader Joe's, as it's cheap and the can is BPA free)
3 TBSP ground flax seeds (I fresh grind mine every time, and store the seeds in fridge to help keep the PUFAs from oxidizing) + 1 to 2 TBSP water, let stand together for 5 minutes (making the "glue" to hold it all together)
1/4 Cup almond meal
1 tsp original Mrs. Dash
Garlic and onion powder to taste, plus any other green colored seasoning of the day (chives, parsely, oregano, fresh green onion, etc.)

Mash everything together (entires contents of salmon can, skin and all) shape into patties and fry in preheated bacon grease, olive oil or clarified butter over medium heat. Watch your belly, all you neked fryers! It does pop and sizzle (so a tilted lid is recommended, 'specially if you've got little ones running around). It is done when the outside is firm and browned, about 5 minutes each side. It IS that simple and it IS that good. ;o) *Although my PA FIL (and any other east-coasters) will probably condemn me as a scrapple heretic! P.S. I hope to get some pics up as soon as I make this again.

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