Fresh salmon, punched up with shallots, capers, and mustard, make up these savory burgers. Dress them with spinach, tomato, and a creamy dill sauce.
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Amazing. Quick, easy, and oh so delicious. Considering making them again, tomorrow, that good.
These are great....easy, delicious, and visually appealing. I didn't change anything except added some cilantro to the dill. Next time I may try adding sour cream to the mayo. They are delicate...I wouldn't dare try them on a grill. They held together fine for me, but the chilling, really hot and good quality pan, and not disturbing them is essential.
This was wonderful. I learned to make the patties by wrapping them in plastic wrap and crushing all the air out of them. After that they can be flattened into a patty. This makes a patty that won't fall apart so easily on the grill. Nevertheless, I still used a griddle on the grill to cook them. I doubled the dill sauce for the recipe and there was not much left over. The sauce got used in a few days on every other sandwich.
I'm totally in love with these salmon burgers! I have lots of different recipes for fish burgers, but this is definitely one of my favorites. And it's ridiculously simple. Yummy!
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