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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Salmon and corn sliders


If you're expecting another small treats , you won't be disappointed .....

You can super size it if you want , no one's stopping you  .....

Call it a sandwich filling or fritters ....

But I'm gonna tell you , if you love salmon , you should give this recipe a go !

Use canned , frozen or fresh - frozen for me since it's more cheaper than canned ....

Simple and easy to prepare , very appetizing and healthy er if you just omit the sauce , that is .....

But the sauce is a must !

Any sandwich won't be complete without it lol 



Recipe adapted from 750 Best Appetizers

Makes 8 patties ( I made twelve 1 1/2 -inch and two 2 1/4-inch patties ) 

1 can / 213 grams salmon , drained ( 250 grams steamed salmon )
1/4 cup finely chopped red bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped red onion or spring onion ( shallots )
1 egg , beaten
1/2 cup fine dry bread crumbs . divided ( about 2/3 cup )
1 tsp Italian seasoning
salt and ground black pepper to taste
1/2 cup steamed fresh sweet corn kernels
generous tablespoon snipped cilantro 
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper 

some small buns and some leafy greens 

* In a small mixing bowl , combine all but half of the bread crumbs , mix well . Form mixture into patties . Put half of the bread crumbs into the plate  and dip each patty into crumbs , covering both sides ; discard excess crumbs . I put the patties in the fridge for 30 minutes before frying .

* In a nonstick pan , heat oil over medium heat , pan fry patties and cook until golden brown . Serve on buns slathered with sauce .



Homemade tartar sauce

Please check original recipe @ Tyler Florence / Food Network

1/2 cup mayonnaise
70 grams cornichons , chopped
1 tbsp snipped cilantro
2 teaspoons grapefruit juice
2 teaspoons minced shallots
1/2 tsp extra-virgin olive oil
1/4 tsp chili sauce

* Mix all ingredients together and chill in the fridge before using .



This post is linked to the blog hop event , Little Thumbs Up organized by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Favourite DIY and hosted by Esther of Copycake Kitchen .

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29 comments :

  1. Sound so delicious! I wanna give it a try sometime:)

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  2. Cute and delicious looking sliders! I could easily finish off at least two! With a cup of hot coffee, oh my! Yum, yum! And I like the tartar sauce, one of my favourites besides Thousand Island Dressing!

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  3. Fantastic! these looks SO good - I love the flavors of the sliders and combined with that tartar sauce is really a winner!
    Mary x

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  4. Hi Anne,I love these lovely small treats!!!Looks cute and delicious. Thank you for linking to LTU :)

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  5. WOW! Anne, I like this sandwich. Definitely can eat two in a go!

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  6. they look really nice but I am surprised to read that frozen is cheaper where you live than canned!
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  7. I love tartare sauce, can eat lots and lots of it with my fish. I would most definitely go for the mini sliders too, much cuter!

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  8. Ooo these look really good!! Love the addition of the hmemade tartare sauce, something i've been meaning to make for the longest time,,,aargh.

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  9. The picky hubby WILL eat salmon! Hooray! These look amazing, my friend!

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  10. Oh wow, your burgers look great. Salmon is definitely a healthy choice and love the crunch added by the corn.

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  11. No, I am ok with small treats, then I know I can eat 2-3. Homemade tartar sauce looks good with it. Can I grab one right now?

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  12. Look like salmon hamburger , nice to have it for a light lunch.

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  13. These little burgers look delicious! I like the wholesome patties, full of vegetables and of course that tartar sauce should help to bring out the juicy flavors!

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  14. They look like mini hamburgers to me...So cute and delicious!

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  15. Anne, Thank you for sharing the tartare sauce recipe:) I didn't realized it's so easy to do it at home...I'm sure it taste so much better than store bought ones too...one customer off the supermarket list from now on :O

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  16. Yes, I love mini portions. These sliders are mouthwatering.

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  17. I love coming here for mini treats, they looks so cute and delish, only pity is i don't get to eat off the screen :)

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  18. Ann this looks wonderful. I could eat salmon everyday so I'm always looking for new ways to prepare it. I love the idea of sliders and I know everyone else in my family would too. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  19. Anne, lovely dish. If you would like me to link it in for you to Food on Friday Salmon and Corn please just drop me a line on ca4ole@gmail.com. Cheers

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  20. this is so appetising looking..and the buns are so cute! can easily hv 2 at one go! chomp! chomp!

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  21. oo what a great fish recipe! i have all this canned salmon in my cupboards i never know what to do with. and i always feel fancy eating sliders! can't wait to try it!

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  22. Hi Anne,

    Your miniature salmon and corn sliders look so cute! I can eat at least THREE of them... one more than Lena! LOL!

    Zoe

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  23. love this!!!! and the tartar sauce must add the touch!!

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  24. These look so dainty Anne, perfect finger food. Keeping this recipe aside...will try it and let you know how it went :-) Bwt I also think doing away with the sauce is a bogus idea ;)

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  25. Hi Anne, look so inviting and mouthwatering. I think I need 4 pieces please cos it look soooo good and very cute looking. Your homemade tartar sauce is excellent. :)

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  26. Anne,
    I loves these cute and yummy salmon n corn sliders.
    Love to give this a try. Am sure my kids will love these.
    mui

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  27. Anne,
    The petit salmon n corn slider sure looks inviting!
    Send me 2 please :p
    mui

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