Salmon Patties

Last night I bought fresh salmon to make sushi and only ended up using a tiny bit. I am not a big fan of salmon, but I do enjoy a good fishcake. 

With the leftover salmon, I decided to create my own salmon fishcake recipe. Take a look! This recipe made 8 large patties! 🙂


– 1 fillet of fresh salmon

– 3 tbsp of olive oil

– 6 small potatoes

– 1 egg

– 1 tbsp of Sriracha sauce 

– 1/2 cup of diced fresh parsely and green onion

– 1/2 small onion

– 1 tsp of garlic

– salt and pepper to taste (your preference) 

– lemon zest to taste

– 1/2 cup of flour


1 – Cook salmon in 1 tbsp of oil for ten minutes – add salt and pepper to salmon, if you wish

2 – Boil potatoes, peel, then mash

3 – Fry onions and garlic in 1 tbsp of oil

4 – Add all ingredients together with the potatoes (salmon, Sriracha, lemon zest, salt/pepper, parsley/green onion, egg) and mix well

5 – Form into small balls, roll in flour, and then flatten into a patties

6 – Fry in 1 tbsp of oil for 3-4 minutes on each side, on medium heat

Bellow are my pictures of the step-by-step process to making these salmon patties. 

One of the main ingredients, the salmon  

The cooked salmon – It only took about 10 minutes to cook on medium 

 The other main ingredient

 Mashed potatoes 

Sautéed onions and garlic  

All of the ingredients in the bowl, waiting to be lighty mashed 🙂  

All mixed up!

Roll the mixture into balls then roll in flour (will help to keep the mixture together) then flatten into patties  

Place in pan, 4 at a time, and fry for 3-4 minutes on each side  

Almost ready!  

The finished product! 

I have to admit, these were some of the best fishcakes that I have made 

Try out my recipe and let me know what you think!



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