Mar 11, 2014 - From easy Ritz Cracker Salmon Cakes recipes to masterful Ritz Cracker Salmon Cakes preparation techniques, find Ritz Cracker Salmon Cakes ideas … Brown in hot oil on both sides. Add onion, pepper, crackers. On medium heat, fry 5 minutes per side, or until golden brown. Form 6 patties. Set aside on plate or wax paper (make 5-6 patties). In frying pan, heat oil and butter until melted. Let set 5 minutes. In large frying pan heat 1/2 inch cooking oil to med. This recipe makes six good-sized salmon patties. Drain and debone salmon. The salmon gets mixed with mayo, onion, cajun seasoning (I love Tony Chachere’s), lemon zest, and an egg, plus some crumbled Saltine crackers. high temperature. You may need to add more oil and butter. Often times, we make salmon patties with Ritz crackers. If it feels too dry, add a tad more milk or salmon juice (that was drained off). Right before frying, add crushed crackers; mix again (I use my hands). 25 Ritz crackers, finely crumbled (could use saltine crackers) 1/3 cup cooking oil (I use Canola) Mix together all ingredients in a bowl with a spoon except cooking oil. Add 2 eggs. They are formed into patties and coated in more Saltine cracker crumbs, then pan-fried until crispy. Heat oil in skillet until sizzling. Stir mixture well. Add lemon juice. If the old fashioned salmon patties mixture feels too wet, add a bit more cracker crumbs. In bowl mix salmon, egg and onions. Pat tuna mixture into patties with your hands. Form into patties 3/4 to 1 inch thick. Stir. Since the salmon is already cooked, this only takes a … Empty 1 can salmon and juice into large mixing bowl (remove bones).