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27 May 2008

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maria v

lovely patties, i love vegetables cooked in fritters, and your ones in this photo look so colourful...

Marc @ NoRecipes

Looks delicious. I like that this is mostly salmon, just how it should be:-)

Chuck

This looks and sounds delicious. I really like the lime leaves and ginger in the cake. Definitely need to give this a try.

We Are Never Full

Look gorgeous! Those colors! And the flavors! This is a keeper.

Olga

YUM!
Funny, I just made salmon cakes last night for dinner, but used canned salmon. They turned out good too!

Mandy

The mention of kaffir leaves makes my mouth water already! I am going to bookmark this recipe now.

myfrenchkitchen

this looks wopnderful syrie..I'm definitley making this for us one night for dinner...my husband will love it with your ponzu sauce.
ronell

fanny

oh those look absolutely delicious. I'm totally making them this week.

thanks for the inspiration
xx fanny

Kevin

These salmon cakes sound really tasty. I like using panko crumbs for a nice and crispy finish.

Rasa Malaysia

I have always been skeptical about salmon cakes, but when I tried them in London, I actually like them, quite surprisingly. Sometimes, we just have to try new things. :)

Wandering Chopsticks

Hi Syrie,
Thanks for your submission. I love the addition of kaffir lime in the salmon patties. I can just imagine the gentle citrus tang.

syrie

Thanks for stopping by Maria!

Hi Marc. I didn't think they'd hold together so well with just salmon but they were great. Using the ice-cream scoop really helped.

Hope you get to try it out Chuck. The Kaffir leaves were great in it as they balanced the rich salmon.

Thanks for visiting Olga! Canned salmon is pretty delicious too.

Hi Mandy, I've got quite a few leaves left over which I've frozen so I need to start thinking of something new to cook them with...Maybe some kind of dessert.

Thanks Ronnell, hope he enjoys them!

Thanks for visiting Fanny!

Hi Kevin, me too. They're a great invention and they don't get soggy!

Hi Bee. I think it's hit of miss when salmon cakes and I think I prefer them when they are smaller and crispier. Thanks for visiting!

Thanks for hosting this week Wandering Chopsticks!


Myf

Looks very interesting. Pics are soo nice!
I usually use mackerel for a similar recipe. My sis makes cute salmon balls similar like this one. Yummy! :-)

Laura @ Hungry and Frozen

They look gorgeous, I love that pinky-orange-coral colour of salmon and this fish goes so well with fresh Asian flavours...

Kalyn

Lovely photos, and it sounds delicious. I haven't heard of using the kaffir leaves like this, but the ones I get here are usually pretty dry, so I doubt they'd work.

Syrie

Hi Myf, mackerel sounds like a great idea. I love it but have never cooked with it. I think I might use it next time. Thanks for visiting.

Thanks Laura!

Thanks Kalyn. You can use frozen ones and just mince them really finely. I wasn't too sure about using them either but they really made the cakes!

[eatingclub vancouver] js

Beautiful-looking salmon cakes. We've been wanting to try making salmon cakes and we've also been wanting to try making something with kaffir lime leaves. Two birds with one stone.

Thanks for sharing and I'm bookmarking this one to make soon.

mycookinghut

This looks really delicious!

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