This used to be a common dish for a lot of families. My mother would not make it that often and usually made a tuna noodle casserole but every once in a while she would prepare a recipe similar to this one.. The canned salmon does not really smell or even look all that great but after additions and formed into a patties it is pretty good food. This recipe will feed four adults. You can also make sandwiches with these patties if you make them wide and thin and fry as directed.
14 to 15 oz. can salmon,
make sure you take out the bones and the skin off
25 saline crackers, (crumbled
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup dry milk
2 teaspoons worcestershire Sauce
1 teaspoon lemon jucie
1 teason onion powder
1/8 teaspoon pepper
oil or shortening
Open can and dump it into a bowl. Mash with a fork. Add the crackers. Add the water, milk, egg, Worcestershire onion and pepper. Use a fork to mix and mash everything together, Let it sit for a few minute for the crackers to soak up the milk. Heat s skillet over medium heat. Pout a tablespoons of more of fat into the skillet and heat it up . Shape the salmon into patties. Fry them in the skillet until they are crispy brown and then turn and brown on other side.