Teriyaki Salmon Prawns Patties

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Salmon prawns patties

Salmon prawns patties

I love eating patties of all types. Most of the time I made turkey mince patties. My family likes patties very much and I love cooking them for 2 main reasons. Firstly, they are delicious and secondly, I can hide in vegetables.

A few days ago I decided to make salmon and prawns patties, first time trying it. They were very delicious. Before the dinner was ready, the patties were almost all gone! My children couldn’t wait. They said the patties were really good. Of course I was very glad that they didn’t realise how much onions and coriander I put in.

I had some left-over teriyaki salmon (click here for recipe) from the day before. That would give beautiful taste and texture. Of course I added prawns (or shrimps), my favourite, for sweetness. This is a very simple and easy recipe. Here’s how I did it. I’m not putting specific amount of ingredients because this is a very flexible recipe. You can adjust the amount of the ingredients and even the seasoning according to your preference and taste. They are very simple and easy to make.

Ingredients A
cooked teriyaki salmon (flake it)
prawns or shrimps (roughly chopped)
big onion (peeled and chopped)
coriander leaves (peeled and chopped)

The main ingredients

The main ingredients

Put everything into a mixing bowl and give a quick mix.

Ingredients B (seasonings)
light soya sauce
pepper powder
sesame oil

Add the seasoning to the mixed ingredients of A and mix well.

Ingredients C
1 egg (lightly beaten)

Patties mixture

Patties mixture

Add egg and enough flour to the above mixture and mix until to a thick batter.

Frying the patties

Frying the patties

Heat up some oil in a frying pan. Using 2 tablespoons, scoop the batter into the hot oil and shallow fry it under medium fire. When it is golden on the bottom, turn them over and fry until the other side is golden too. Dish up onto a plate and serve hot. Well, if your children know you are frying these, they will most likely disappear before dinner is ready. That was what happened here. My children liked these patties so much that they couldn’t for dinner to eat with rice.

Do you like patties? What are your favourite patties? Do you make them yourselves? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.

Other salmon and prawns/shrimps recipes that you may be interested in:
Spicy Salmon Fillets
Chili Salmon With Hot Bean Paste
Dry Seafood Curry
Tiger Prawns In Butter Sauce
Shrimps And Bok Choy Stir Fry
Creamy King Prawns And Marrow Stir Fry
Spicy Seafood Kimchi Soup
King Prawns And Salmon Curry

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Divina  on January 19th, 2010

Yum. This is a really great way to hid the vegetables but not only that, the combination is perfect. I always love prawns and salmon, and putting them together is amazing. I think I would love to add some Thai flavors there too.

cheah  on January 19th, 2010

Hey, I like this,yummy … but salmon here is very expensive. I like fish patties or cutlets too!

anncoo  on January 19th, 2010

This is very delicious. I like to mix my patties with sotong (cuttlefish) paste and prawns.

penny aka jeroxie  on January 19th, 2010

I will ’steal’ it all and eat too! Make me hungry now.

Sarah, Maison Cupcake  on January 19th, 2010

These look gorgeous, I would devour them in a second and there’d be none left for when my husband got home.

Sushma Mallya  on January 19th, 2010

wow this looks awesome,tempting patties,yet to try with prawns,thanks for this delicious recipe

The Little Teochew  on January 19th, 2010

Mary, these patties look perfectly golden and delicious! Of course your children loved them. Anyone would. :)

Simply Life  on January 19th, 2010

yum, that salmon looks delicious!

Cookin' Canuck  on January 19th, 2010

I can see why your kids loved these - I think mine would, too. My mum used to make salmon patties when I was young, but I love the addition of teriyaki flavors in yours.

TasteHongKong  on January 19th, 2010

Again, amazing idea with the leftover.

Drick  on January 19th, 2010

chocked full of goodness - I like that there is no breaded coating and just enough flour to bind - sounds oh so delicious…

Mary  on January 19th, 2010

@Divina - Ooooh…Thai flavours! If I do that, I think there won’t be anything left for me :D

@Cheah - You can use other types of fish, like the ikan tenggiri, called Spanish Mackerel here. They would be equally delicious.

@Anncoo - I’m sure the currlwfish paste would add great flavour, texture and taste to it. I’ll have to try that next time.

@Penny aka jeroxie - I will triple the amount if you are here, otherwise I’ll have nothing left :D

@Sarah, Maison Cupcake - LOL…you are so funny. Just make sure there’s no smell around to avoid being questioned :D

@Sushma Mallya - You are most welcome. Hope you try out soon. Make sure you hide some for yourself.

@The Little Teochew - I hope to make again soon. Felt deprived cos I didn’t get to eat much. Will have to make teriyaki salmon again to make this.

@Simply Life - Thank you very much.

@Cookin’ Canuck - I can’t remember my mom ever making patties for us. She sometimes made meat balls.

@TasteHongKong - Thank you very much.

@Drick - Well, I have not progressed to using breadcrumbs for coating yet :D Have to learn that.

Cajun Chef Ryan  on January 19th, 2010

Beautiful fish cakes here! Thank you for the sharing!

Trissa  on January 19th, 2010

I never thought of it as hiding veggies in patties but now that you’ve mentioned it - you’re absolutely right! Yours look yummy.

pigpigscorner  on January 19th, 2010

Love fish cakes! So good with chili!

Cenwen  on January 19th, 2010

Hi Mary:)

I was closing my computer when your newsletter has arrived and I could not resist the first picture! ^-^

I confess that I like your recipe very much! I went to the dictionary what the word Pratties that I do not know!

Thank you for motivating me to work my English!

I wish you a year any soft, pretty and decadent (? “gourmande” in french), full of inspiration and beautiful moments to share!

Good evening:)


Stacy  on January 19th, 2010

Oooh…this is making me hungry! I love salmon!

Juliana  on January 19th, 2010

Wow, these patties look absolutely delicious…salmon and prawns. Have to try it soon!

Mary  on January 19th, 2010

@Cajun Chef Ryan - Thank you very much.

@Trissa - I just have to find all ways to hide vegetables in my cooking cos my youngest daughter dislikes vegetables. She doesn’t mind if it’s quite well hidden :D

@pigpigscorner - I love it with chili sauce too…mmmm :)

@Cenwen - Always happy to hear from you. You are doing well with your English. Thanks very much for greetings. Hope I’ll have lots of sweet moments to share with you this year, and from you too. Muuuaak!

@Stacy - Hope you try out soon. They are very good. My family liked them very much.

@Juliana - If you love salmon and prawns, I believe you will like these patties. Hope you try out soon. They are very simple and easy to make.

Donna  on January 19th, 2010

The salmon looks absolutely fantastic, I love the flavors you chose.

Christine@Christine's Recipes  on January 19th, 2010

Love patties too. I think this salmon and prawns patties are also suitable for party!

Sook @ My Fabulous Recipes  on January 19th, 2010

Oh Mary, these patties look fantastic! Definitely something I’d enjoy! Yum Yum!

Faith  on January 19th, 2010

These look so delicious! Next time I make salmon I’ll be sure to make extra so I have enough to make these yummy patties!

noobcook  on January 19th, 2010

oh yummy. I love salmon patties! ^_^

Janice  on January 20th, 2010

These look great, reminds me Thai corn fritters but much way better.

Mary  on January 20th, 2010

@Donna - Thank you very much.

@Christine@Christine’s Recipes - That would be a lot of frying to do :P

@Sook @ My Fabulous Recipes - I’m making again soon. It’s a good way to use leftover fish.

@Faith - That’s a very good idea. I would too, or at least I won’t be concerned about leftover fish.

@noobcook - Thank you. I’m so glad to have learned it. They are really delicious and fun to eat.

@Janice - Oh…I must try the corn fritters. I’m sure they are very delicious. Maybe I can add corn into these salmon patties….could be very delcious too.

3hungrytummies  on January 20th, 2010

I will be very happy to have a plate of this right now! :)

Mary  on January 20th, 2010

@3hungrytummies - I know you will :D cos I am, when I cook it…just have to cook more next time.

Mimi  on January 20th, 2010

What a great way to eat salmon.

Christine @ Fresh Local  on January 20th, 2010

These salmon patties look absolutely scrumptious!

Mary  on January 21st, 2010

@Mimi - Thank you very much.

@Christine @ Fresh Local - Thank you very much.

kristy  on January 21st, 2010

Ooo…Nice! I seldom make fried patties. Hopefully, I’ll try it some day. I wonder my kids will like it. They’re soooo picky! Headache!

Janice  on January 21st, 2010

Looks fab Mary.

Mary  on January 21st, 2010

@Kristy - My kids are quite picky too. We both need panadol :D Well, I find that this is a good way to hide stuff especially vegetables.

@Janice - Thank you very much.

Chris De La Rosa  on January 28th, 2010

Looks lovely.. I bet it tastes just as great.

happy cooking


Mary  on January 29th, 2010

@Chris De La Rosa - Thank you very much for visiting and for your lovely comment.

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