Good recipe and easy to follow.
Mine was a bit soggy due to my under cook salmon, which I did bc I figured I'll just be cooking the patties. Next time I'll fully cook the salmon.
Made recipe as written. used wild sock-eye salmon. So full of flavor. Whole family loved burgers.
Even though the Recipe is good,I have to say my Salmon patties are much better!I prefer crackers for one thing!Salmon ,fresh dill,green onions,red onions,1 egg,bit of chopped celery,lemon pepper,dash of Soul seasoning.Fry in skillet in olive oil OR sometimes I place them in a glass pie pan in a little olive oil and bake them at 350.I don't use a bun.But you can use the fresh dill will mayonnaise I guess but thats fattening!
Quick and delicious! We loved this recipe so much that we decided to do them as sliders for a backyard cookout. Everyone loved them! The aoili keeps the burgers moist and kicks up the flavor.
Tried these just recently. They are simply FABULOUS! Family cannot wait for a repeat.
A Fine Cooking Fan
These are so good! Also, you can freeze the uncooked burger, thaw it in the fridge and they're just as good. I like to buy salmon at a wholesale store like costco and freeze some.
Amazing! I made these for a girls night dinner party. Served them on toasted mini buns. Everyone loved them!
This is an amazingly simple recipe to make and tastes fabulous! I did double the aioli!
WOW! The mayo is a must it really makes this dish come alive. Truly incredible flavours.
The other reviews said it all.
I've been making this recipe every week at my husband's request. Even my finicking father loved it. Very easy to make. Passing it on to my friends.
Everyone in my family loved these salmon burgers. They were a huge hit!! In less than a week, they're asking for them again!
I needed extra aioli, but it was delicious. I subsituted a whole wheat roll and it turns out great.