Make these simple and delicious salmon quinoa croquettes which are gluten-free and packed with protein with their twist on traditional recipes that typically contain bread crumbs or crackers. This is the perfect dish for a weeknight dinner, summer picnic or hearty cocktail hour appetizer.
How to make salmon quinoa croquettes?
Making salmon croquettes is simple. It involves placing all of the ingredients in one bowl, mixing well then frying! Although this recipe is delicious as is, it can be altered to suit your preferences such as adding additional vegetables or herbs and spices to your liking.
Where to get good canned salmon?
Yes this recipe conveniently calls for canned salmon, but all canned salmon is not created equal! I prefer the canned salmon from Wild Planet. Wild Planet salmon is wild-caught in Alaska, full of Omega-3s and the company’s mission is planet-friendly as evidenced by their sustainable harvest practices while providing consumers with high-quality products that will have a positive impact on their health.
What to eat with salmon quinoa croquettes?
The salmon croquettes are picture with a tossed green salad however, they serve well with a variety of vegetable and other side dishes. If you’re looking for a delicious accompaniment to these yummy croquettes try them with Roasted Asparagus or Cauliflower Fried Rice.
Salmon Quinoa Croquettes
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Salmon quinoa croquettes
1 15 oz can wild-caught Salmon
1 cup quinoa, cooked according to package
1/2 medium onion, diced
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
1/2 diced white onion
2 cloves mined garlic
1 teaspoon smoked paprika
1/2 teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1/4 cup olive oil for frying
Drain can of salmon. Empty salmon can in a medium-sized mixing bowl (including skin and bones, which are sof and will dissentigrate easily) and mash with a fork.
Place the remainder of the ingredients, except for the olive oil, in the mixing bowl with salmon and mix until thoroughly combined.
Place a large cast iron skillet over medium-high heat and add a olive oil.
While oil is heating take 1/3 cups size portions of the salmon mixture into your hand and shape them into patties then place them on a plate.
When oil Is hot place patties in the pan leaving about an inche space on each side and fry until they are golden brown, approximately 3 minutes on each side.
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13 thoughts on “Salmon Quinoa Croquettes”
This is such a sophisticated salmon Patty recipe! If I had these growing up I’d probably eat them all the time now.
I’ve never thought about adding quinoa to our salmon crOquettes! Such an awesome and great addition. Can’t wait to try this out.
Nice! A great healthy way to add to croquettes. sending this to my sis! She would love it.
I am always on the lookout for delicious and healthy recipes and this one right here fits the bill. thanks for sharing it with us.
We grew up eating salmon croquettes, but I never thought of adding quinoa. And I love quinoa. Will definitely be making this and passing the recipe along to my mom!
Looks so good!!
gosh i love me some salmon croquettes om sunday morning!!!!❤️❤️cant wait to try these with quinnoa
I Love making this recipe for breakfast or brunch! Great idea using quinoa instead of bread crumbs, makes it more filling and healthy.
This is one of my favorite recipes to make for breakfast or brunch. Love that you used quinoa instead of bread crumbs, makes it more filling and healthy.
Yum! I love the quinoa idea in these. I can’t wait to put some together!
You know, I’ve never heard of canned salmon. Now I have a reason to look it up!
I am a diabetic and how can I make something out of siraka noodles as I just cannot chew them and swallow.
Hi Nora! I suggest you use a different noodle you can swallow or perhaps blend them into a soup like purée.