CEimB: Salmon Cakes with Ginger Sauce

by Joanne on August 19, 2010

This weeks pick is by Sarah of Sarah’s Kitchen Adventures. Check her site for a terrific recipe recap or go to Food Network for the Ellie recipe.

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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:

  • whole-wheat sandwich bread.  Swapped for Multi-Grain Arnold Sandwich Thins *Comps. of Food Buzz!
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    * 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.

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    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!

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    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.

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    17 Comments

    • At 2010.08.19 06:55, Heather said:

      Water chestnuts are my FAV!!! I’m convinced they’re good pretty much in anything. 🙂

      • At 2010.08.19 08:27, Sarah said:

        Thanks for cooking along with me this week. I am glad that you liked them, the addition of the swiss cheese is a great idea!

        • At 2010.08.19 08:54, Shirley said:

          Thank you for visiting! Great blog and pictures.

          • At 2010.08.19 09:15, Chaya said:

            You were wise to leave out the mayo. It was not necessary. Another good dinner from Ellie.

            • At 2010.08.19 11:37, Shandy said:

              Love your pictures of the salmon cakes! Gorgeous and delicious. Great idea leaving out the mayo and adding reduced fat Swiss cheese. Sounds tasty!

              • At 2010.08.19 12:24, Peggy said:

                Love the water chestnuts idea. I can’t wait to make these!

                • At 2010.08.19 13:41, Anne@ Food Loving Polar Bear said:

                  Oh, this recipe will be made here too, looks fabulous!

                  • At 2010.08.19 13:48, Marina said:

                    Yum, salmon cakes!
                    I think there can never be too much salmon!

                    • At 2010.08.19 14:54, Monet said:

                      I love water chestnuts…and salmon. I’ve been wanting to make salmon cakes for awhile now, and I’m feeling much more inspired now!

                      • At 2010.08.19 16:46, Kayte said:

                        You are right: cheese does make everything taste better, but I have to say these were pretty good even without it. Love your photos, everything looks delicious. Always fun to see how you adapt everything as you are so creative!

                        • At 2010.08.19 21:30, Bri said:

                          Yours do look very, very good. And I absolutely love those Sandwich Thins! Great idea! And you’re right, cheese never hurts.

                          • At 2010.08.19 21:43, 45before35 said:

                            Goodness it looks good! And yes, cheese does make everything better. So does bacon but that is another story

                            • At 2010.08.19 22:36, Liz said:

                              looks great. cheese huh?

                              • At 2010.08.20 06:45, claudia lamascolo said:

                                love salmon and totally agree about cheese making things better~! love your cakes they look fantastic!!

                                • At 2010.08.20 09:57, Katie H said:

                                  This looks really awesome. I agree, cheese makes EVERYTHING better 🙂

                                  • At 2010.08.20 20:19, Liz said:

                                    I totally agree about cheese; it is definitely one of my favorite foods. Cakes looks great!

                                    • At 2010.08.23 08:36, Sophie said:

                                      Your salmon cakes aka patties with the ginger sauce look so tempting & ooh so tasty!!

                                      Fabulous food & it is good for you too!! Very stylish too!

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