This was probably my dad's personal favorite. I remember him (not my mother) frying these often when I was growing up.
When I first started cooking, I would call my dad and get step by step instructions on how to make these.
This remains a favorite in our household. Over the years, I've made a few minor changes but still they are very much like my dads.
This is a very tasty cost effient meal.
Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Ingredients For salmon croquettes w/jalapeno mustard dill sauce
pink salmon, drained
cooking oil, i used canola
sleeve premium soda crackers, crushed fine
green onions, snipped (if you prefer, you can add chopped onion)
1 or 2 Tbsp
cayenne pepper, to taste
salt, optional (remember salt is on the crackers)
JALAPENO MUSTARD DILL SAUCE
jalapeno mustard (i used uncle gary's gourment jalapeno mustard)
1/4 to 1/2 tsp
How To Make salmon croquettes w/jalapeno mustard dill sauce
Drain salmon and remove any dark skin and bones.
Pour enough oil in skillet to cover bottom of a frying pan. Heat oil over a medium heat while making patties.
Mix all ingredients together and form about 6 patties. NOTE: if too dry, add more milk and/or lemon juice. If to moist, add more crackers crumbs.
Fry over a medium heat a few minutes on each side to a golden brown.
JALAPENO MUSTARD DILL SAUCE: Whisk all ingredients together; serve over salmon croquettes.
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