Low Calorie Salmon Patties

Low Calorie Salmon Patties

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If you are looking for a different twist on salon, you have got to try these low calorie salmon patties! They are crispy and yummy, and are easy peasy to make. I took a traditional salmon patty recipe and did a few tweaks to make them more waistline friendly, while not compromising the taste. These low calorie salmon patties come in about 200 calories for 4 patties.

Here is how to make my Low Calorie Salmon Patties:

Low Calorie Salmon Patties

Low Calorie Salmon Patties

Ingredients

  • 1 can of salmon
  • 1/2 sleeve unsalted wheat saltines
  • olive oil
  • 2 egg whites
  • salt and pepper

Instructions

  1. First, drain your can of salmon, take out the bones, and break up the big pieces of salmon into a bowl.
  2. Take 1/2 a sleeve of crackers and crush them, add them into the bowl with your salmon
  3. Next, add in 2 egg whites and mix all the ingredients up. ( mixing with your hands is easier and faster, but naturally is a little messy) add salt and pepper to taste
  4. Then, take your mix and make them into patties (just like you would with burgers) make sure not to make them too thick, or they won't cook through all the way.
  5. In a pan on med/high heat heat up some olive oil and cook your salmon patties about 3 mins on each side and set on a paper towel to drain, let cool slightly and enjoy!
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Comments

  1. Shar says

    I will try this recipe as I have several cans of salmon in my pantry. This sounds good with a couple of slices of fresh tomatoes from our garden. Yum!

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