Admittedly this isn't the most exciting S post you will read, but I promise they are delicious!
2 cans Salmon, drained and mushed
2 eggs - beaten (gotten from the chickens down the road - right?!)
1 cup bread crumbs (preferrably from your own homemade bread or rolls)
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder - (I am out of onion otherwise I would have sauteed about a quarter cup and added instead)
1/2 tsp dried mustard
salt and pepper to taste
1 cube spinach, 1 cube squash - thawed (optional but yummy)(I cooked, mashed and froze these in icecube trays and add them to lots of things)
1/2 - 1 cup shredded cheese (optional) I used pepperjack for spice - I added this after I made Joe's dairy free
Mix all thoroughly. Take a handful of the mix and mold into a patty shape, put in HOT pan covered in bacon grease. Pat down with spatula to flatten. Cook for several minutes and then flip. The patty should be brown. Cook on second side several more minutes till cooked through. Continue until all is cooked.
We like to eat them with ketchup. They would be delicious on a bun with a slice of cheese melted on top. Great alternative to hamburgers. We eat these a lot in Lent.
Serves 6, more or less.
Sadly my main computer is on the fritz and I can't upload pictures on this antique computer. Imagine lovely pictures if you wouldn't mind.(Updated to add these yummy pictures)
Now hop on over to Mrs. Jenny Matlock's class and read all the other essays.
I will be linking to Life as Mom's Frugal Fridays, Food Renegade's Fight Back Fridays, and Ann Kroekers Food on Friday and Notes from the Cookie Jar's Food Revolution Friday.