I’m rushing through this one because we made a quick dinner (I knew Ellie’s recipe would be very easy to prepare), then took off to see the baby: Dylan.
The ingredients changes:
* Remove crusts from the bread, break into pieces – I used one sandwich thin and since there are no crusts on the thins simply chopped multi grain thin into small pieces. No time to dirty the food processor.
Creamy Ginger-Sesame Sauce
Used the non fat Greek yogurt and skipped the mayonnaise.
These salmon cakes were really good and the ginger sesame sauce was terrific on top. Then we added a slice of Reduced Fat Swiss cheese and WOW! YUM-O!
Cheese makes everything taste a little bit better.
I’ve pretty much salmoned myself silly lately: Salmon Tues. night. Salmon for lunch Wednesday. Salmon cakes for dinner. I can feel all those healthy Omega-3’s coursing through my body.
Great pick Sarah. We really liked the taste of the cakes plus the sauce and the ease of making this recipe was a real plus on such a rushed week night. What a unique texture the water chestnuts added. I’ll have to use them again in tuna burgers.