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    Yummy Salmon cakes - recipe

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    I made these last night and they turned out delicious! I "indianized" the recipe a bit by adding chopped green chili, a dash of turmeric and garam masala, and omitted the lime and cumin. We ate it with a side of oven-roasted cauliflower.

    http://www.nourishingdays.com/?p=1584

    This was my first time using canned salmon. I think I'll try these again with fresh salmon next time.

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    Sounds great, maba!!!

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    I love salmon and tuna cakes and that one looks delish !! I used to add bread crumbs but now I add parmesan cheese but I will definitely try adding psyllium husks or ground flax next time... We also had grilled cauliflower last night...

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    This looks good. Is the coconut flour enough to bind the cakes so they don't fall apart in the pan? my big beef with salmon cakes.

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    Tonight I made the salmon cakes in the PB cookbook. The coconut flour did a perfect job at binding them together, and they were yummy indeed!
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    @Egoldstein: Mine held very well with coconut flour, they didn't crumble at all.

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    Awesome! I have some leftover guac and salsa and was wanting to make salmoncakes for breakfast to eat w/ them--this recipe looks great! I'll have to try the Indian inspired one as well maba! Hope you're doing wonderfully well!!!!

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    @FairyRae: I hope you like them, they are super simple to make. I'm doing well, thanks - completed 6 months today

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    i have made these before, and they were amazing. i had no problems with them staying together, the outsides got nice and crusty!!! i added a little raw pecorino cheese to the mixture and served them over asparagus. what a great dinner.

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