To think that six months ago I didn’t like salmon and now I’m not only eating it, I’m making Salmon Cakes out of it. It’s not that I didn’t try to like salmon, as a chef, I kept experimenting with specials stuffing, seasoning and cooking it as many ways as I could think of. But it just never tasted good to me…sigh Which Salmon is the Best to Eat? When I found Pacific Northwest Salmon everything changed! I’m not sure why those flavors agreed with my taste buds, but I’ve been enjoying salmon, sauteed, roasted, blackened and on salads since discovering this healthier version of salmon. I say healthier because it’s wild-caught (not farm-raised) from the pacific northwest waters where the better varieties of salmon can be found. Sockeye and coho have been the two that I’ve tried with Sockeye being my favorite because of the less fishy flavor and beautiful color. Wild Alaskan salmon is all wild caught. They spend most of their lives in open waters, and generally have very low levels of toxins. Coastal and farmed salmon, depending on the type of fish and meal they are fed, may have higher levels of toxins. The Environmental Defense Fund lists farmed Atlantic salmon as an “Eco-Worst” choice and recommends people eat no more than 2 servings a month due to high PCB levels. On my cooking show Around the Kitchen Table I decided to give this recipe a try and after doing some research I decided upon the……
Home Health and Fitness Travel How to Make Salmon Cakes a Delicious Weeknight Dinner – Chef Dennis

How to Make Salmon Cakes a Delicious Weeknight Dinner – Chef Dennis

How to Make Salmon Cakes a Delicious Weeknight Dinner – Chef Dennis
How to make Salmon Cakes., remoulade

To think that six months ago I didn’t like salmon and now I’m not only eating it, I’m making Salmon Cakes out of it. It’s not that I didn’t try to like salmon, as a chef, I kept experimenting with specials stuffing, seasoning and cooking it as many ways as I could think of. But it just never tasted good to me…sigh Which Salmon is the Best to Eat? When I found Pacific Northwest Salmon everything changed! I’m not sure why those flavors agreed with my taste buds, but I’ve been enjoying salmon, sauteed, roasted, blackened and on salads since discovering this healthier version of salmon. I say healthier because it’s wild-caught (not farm-raised) from the pacific northwest waters where the better varieties of salmon can be found. Sockeye and coho have been the two that I’ve tried with Sockeye being my favorite because of the less fishy flavor and beautiful color. Wild Alaskan salmon is all wild caught. They spend most of their lives in open waters, and generally have very low levels of toxins. Coastal and farmed salmon, depending on the type of fish and meal they are fed, may have higher levels of toxins. The Environmental Defense Fund lists farmed Atlantic salmon as an “Eco-Worst” choice and recommends people eat no more than 2 servings a month due to high PCB levels. On my cooking show Around the Kitchen Table I decided to give this recipe a try and after doing some research I decided upon the…

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