How We Make Fried Salmon Patties, Best Old Fashioned Southern Cooks Letöltés

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  • Élő közvetítés: 2019. aug. 14.

  • Tonight we are opening a can of Double Q Pink Salmon and using my Fried Salmon Pattie recipe from our Volume One Cookbook! We had a delicious and economical meal! The recipe is at bottom of the description post! WANT TO BUY A COOKBOOK? We have a volume one and Volume Two! NOTE: PAYPAL IS CHEAPER! AMAZON- HIGH SELL FEES! To order on Amazon & Paypal (free shipping) visit our website at: https://collardvalleycooks.com/cookbooks CHECK OUT MY KITCHEN ITEM LINKS: https://collardvalleycooks.com/kitchen VISIT CHRIS'S PERSONAL BLOG TO SEE OUR FAMILY TIME: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjy3... VISIT MY ALL ABOUT CAKES CHANNEL CAKE LESSONS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_mn... Scroll Down to order and scroll further down for RECIPE. DO YOU REMEMBER that good old southern cooking? When I was growing up, my granny was my favorite cook. My mama was an amazing cook as well, but there was just something about being in granny’s kitchen. We all gathered around the table when we went to her house. I have made it so easy for you to learn how to cook like my granny and mama did with cooking tutorials for each and every recipe in our cookbooks. You can see how to order these by visiting us on our website. Oh and no difficult to find or crazy ingredients! Just simple ingredients and really good food. Hey yall!, it’s Tammy with Collard Valley Cooks! I am a southern girl born in raised in Collard Valley in Polk County Georgia. We went to church on Sunday, school during the week, the grocery store on Friday’s and that was our life. No vacations, no camping, just plain old southern country people NOW FOR THIS FAMILY RECIPE: Salmon Patties 14.75 OZ. CAN ALASKAN PINK SALMON 2 GREEN ONIONS MINCED 1 RAW EGG 1/2 TSP. SALT 1/4 TSP. PEPPER 1/2 CUP SELF-RISING FLOUR 1/8 CUP CORNMEAL OPTION: 1/2 TSP. CAYENNE PEPPER Open can of salmon and drain juice off. Put salmon in a large bowl. Take bones and skin out- discard. Now add remaining ingredients and mix well. SKILLET COOKING OIL Put oil in skillet about 1/2” high. Oil must be HOT. Put a small amount of crust in oil and once it floats and sizzles Well, your grease is hot and ready! Turn oil on medium heat. Use 1/8 cup of batter for each patty. Place each clump of batter in the skillet and fry 3 minutes. Once you flip it take a fork or spatula and press patties well and fry 2 more minutes or until brown. Take out with tongs and place on a paper towel-covered platter/plate. Serve with two veggies. “Easy, affordable and quick supper.” Tammy

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  • Raymond Williams
    Raymond Williams 6 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    Now couldn't you have made some cut green beans to go along with them salmon cakes, and some Macaroni and Cheese(the Kraft kind)? and some Kool Aid with Ice in the glass. oh yeah and some corn bread!!!

  • Staci Millner
    Staci Millner 6 hónapja

    My best friend may God bless her soul she would have 1 can and make 15 patties. Man those patties would be so good, with rice and peas 😋😋😋. I miss her so so bad😭 RIP RobinMashore💔😭

  • Keith H
    Keith H 7 hónapja

    I don't drop mine by tablespoon fulls. I form mine like I'm making hamburger patties.

  • Perry Walton
    Perry Walton 9 hónapja

    Let's hear it for mamas who knew how to feed families and stretch a dollar. Great recipe.

  • Kathleen Ford
    Kathleen Ford 1 éve

    I was just looking at Pink Salmon in the can at grocery store yesterday. My Mom made those with bread crumbs, eggs, and onions and coated hers with flour to fry. We ate with biscuits and syrup. Yum yum! I'm going back to the store. Thanks for bringing back childhood memories.

  • Phyllis Loehr
    Phyllis Loehr 6 hónapja

    I'm from NC. My Mama used crushed crackers; and she made them like hamburger patties.

  • Valerie Hall
    Valerie Hall 7 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    Breakfast: green tomatoes fried, salmon patties, scrambled eggs, seasoned fried potatoes and fried bacon. Orange juice or ice tea. For mother's or father's day or special Sunday breakfast these days.

  • DeAnna Phillips
    DeAnna Phillips 7 hónapja

    Just thought I'd pass on a little tip that I got from Rachel Ray when she first started at Food Network with 30 Minute Meals. Her tip is to take a large bowl and set it on the counter where you're working and use it as a garbage bowl. Put whatever you're going to throw away into the bowl while you're cooking, it'll save time because you won't have to make all those trips back and forth to the trash can.😉 Over the years it has caught on so well in my house that when our kids moved out, all 5 made sure they had their own garbage bowl in the kitchen.

  • stephanie chang
    stephanie chang 6 hónapja

    You can also test the heat of the oil by placing the end of a wooden chopstick into the oil. The oil will be heated when you see bubbles going up the ends of the chopstick. Just another suggestion from someone from Oahu, Hawaii. Do you see how it bubbles up when you place the salmon in the oil. That’s how it will bubble up at the end of the wooden chopstick. Aloha!!!🌴🌋🌈🌊🌴

  • Rose Redd
    Rose Redd 1 hónapja

    Oh my gosh just like my mom made them ! She didn’t like the bones either , while daddy did ! Biggest issue with me is when the insides were not done ! Can’t thank you enough for this !❤️

  • Susan Shine
    Susan Shine 7 hónapja

    Hi from South Carolina...…Cooking in Barefeet Mode......My kind of cook!!!

  • Dajuane McIntyre
    Dajuane McIntyre 6 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    Mama said "I'm not tryna impress company because it's for my sister" I KNOW THAT'S RIGHT😍

  • moogie1954
    moogie1954 7 hónapja

    I still make mine (somewhat) like my mom did. We didn't drain the can or take out the skin or bones... Mom always said that the bones gave you calcium, and they were soft enough to eat anyway. She used 2 sleeves of saltine crackers, crushed up, and two eggs. Of course she feed seven people with one can. I only use 3/4 of a sleeve of crackers, one egg and drain (mostly) the can. But then, I'm not feeding 7 people who work on a farm with one can of salmon!

  • Brenda Fulmer Nickel

    Sounds so much like my Granny! I'm from Augusta Ga..Also my Granny, I stayed with alot growing up, and she cooked with Lard etc. and she lived to be 100 years old.

  • Angerlean Hammond
    Angerlean Hammond 6 hónapja

    My stepfather would make them like a hamburger pattie and he would put cornmeal on it before he put it into the skillet. He mixed his with a white onion and a egg and salt and pepper and o-bay and breadcrumbs. He would get rid of the bones and the black skin also and we would have French Fries with it.

  • Dorothy Lee
    Dorothy Lee 3 hónapja

    oH MY...I think it is so precious to see you tear up while thinking of your mom making these patties. To me, the recipes my mom and grandmas made connect me to them through the veil of lost time. One year I even made a little cookbook for my kids detailing the recipes that I made for them that were passed to me by my grandma. I bet that people could really "connect" with each other by sharing their family versions of familiar recipes. Anyway, thanks for posting, and my family made salmon patties almost the same way.

  • Rose McCluney
    Rose McCluney 6 hónapja

    My Momma spread mustard on her patties before frying. She wouldn't cook it without it. Momma only cooks in cast iron too.

  • Carol Hayes
    Carol Hayes 4 hónapja

    My mom never used flour or cornmeal. She put hers together with cracker crumbs, but she did use egg and green onions. We always had creamed peas with our patties!

  • Linda Carll
    Linda Carll 4 hónapja

    My daddy's family were born and raised in Statesboro Georgia. Some greens and corn bread would be great with that salmon patties and a bowle of butterbeans. Mmmmmm good!

  • SugaMama Jackson
    SugaMama Jackson 6 hónapja

    I just ran across this video and I’m so glad that you did it! It’s the first time I was able to see the bones and how to take them out! I didn’t know about the skin so I learned alot!