Easy Salmon Patties Recipe

Cooked samon patties on a bun with tartar sauce, chives, and lettuce


This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe

Notes:

• This recipe lists one egg. Two eggs would make for a better binder if you like egg. So, while one egg works, two eggs work too.

• Italian seasoning is used. You can change it up and use dried dill weed or thyme.

• If you do not like dried red chili flakes, omit them from the recipe.

• For a variation, try adding chopped sweet onions, or sauté green onions in the pan for flavor before adding the salmon patties (up the butter a tad).

• Garnish with tartar sauce, chives, parsley flakes, pickles, lettuce and/or tomato.

• These salmon patties may be served on a bun as a sandwich, or plain as a main entrée.

Salmon Patties Ingredients:

• 10 oz Cooked Salmon
• 1 Egg
• ½ cup Breadcrumbs
• ½ tsp Dried Red Chili Flakes
• ¼ tsp Italian Seasoning
• 1 tsp Garlic Powder
• Salt, to taste
• Pepper, to taste
• 2 Green Onions, chopped
• 2 TBSP Butter

Salmon Patties Mise en Place:

• Bowl
• Mixing Spoon
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Frying Pan
• Spatula

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe. This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.


Salmon Patties Directions:

• Mash the salmon in a bowl until these are only small pieces left.

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe. This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.


• Add egg, breadcrumbs, red chili flakes, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and chopped green onions to the salmon in the bowl. Combine and mix well.

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe. This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.


• Section the salmon mixture into four quarters.

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe. This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.


• Take each quarter section and form into a patty shape.
• Heat a frying pan large enough to contain the four salmon patties, and melt the butter.

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe. This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.


• Fry the patties until cooked through, flipping once to the other side. Cook approximately 4 – 5 min per side.
• Serve hot.


Easy Salmon Patties Recipe

This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in just five minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.

Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 15 Minutes

Ingredients:

10 oz Cooked Salmon
2 Eggs
½ cup Breadcrumbs
½ tsp Dried Red Chili Flakes
¼ tsp Italian Seasoning
1 tsp Garlic Powder
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
2 Green Onions, chopped
2 TBSP Butter

Directions:

• Mash the salmon in a bowl until these are only small pieces left.
• Add egg, breadcrumbs, red chili flakes, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and chopped green onions to the salmon in the bowl. Combine and mix well.
• Section the salmon mixture into four quarters.
• Take each quarter section and form into a patty shape.
• Heat a frying pan large enough to contain the four salmon patties, and melt the butter.
• Fry the patties until cooked through, flipping once to the other side. Approximately 4 – 5 min per side.
• Serve hot.

Makes 4 Salmon Patties

Easy Salmon Patties Recipe. This simple to make salmon recipe is great for using up leftover cooked salmon. Ready in about 15 minutes, these salmon patties are a fabulous lunch or dinner entrée.


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Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.

If you want a unique, flavorful, easy to make ham recipe, this is it! There is nothing complicated about this raspberry ham recipe. It is simply scored, cook, baste, and you are done. Yummy ham uncomplicated.

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe

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Notes

• This was made with a bone-in ham.

• If you cover your roaster the cooking time will be shortened. Check the temperature more frequently, and you may want to start basting at the 1-hour mark.

Roasted Raspberry Ham Ingredients:

• 4lb Ham (bone-in picnic shoulder, 3 – 4 lbs with the fat cap on
• 1 cup Raspberry Preserves
• 1 cup Water

Roasted Raspberry Ham Mise en Place:

• Paper Towel (or cotton towel)
• Knife
• Cutting Board
Roasting Pan
Measuring Cup
Basting Brush
Meat Thermometer

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


Roasted Raspberry Ham Directions:

• Preheat oven to 350°F.
• Remove the ham from the plastic and give it a good rinse under cool water.

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


• Place the ham on a cutting board and pat dry.
• With a sharp knife, carefully make diagonal cuts in the fat cap. Be careful not to go through to the meat. Then, make diagonal cuts going the opposite way you just did, forming a diamond pattern in the fat cap.
• Place a cup of water at the bottom of the roasting pan and place in the oven for 30 minutes per pound, so approximately 1.5 – 2 hours depending on the weight of your ham.

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


• In the last 30 minutes of roasting, begin basting the ham with the raspberry preserves. Baste every 10 minutes or so.

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


• The ham is fully cooked when the temperature reaches 170°F on a meat thermometer.

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


• Remove the ham from the oven and let rest for 10 minutes before slicing.


Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe

Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.

Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 2 Hours
Total Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes

Ingredients:

4lb Ham (bone-in picnic shoulder, 3 – 4 lbs with the fat cap on
1 cup Raspberry Preserves
1 cup Water

Directions:

• Preheat oven to 350°F.
• Remove the ham from the plastic and give it a good rinse under cool water.
• Place the ham on a cutting board and pat dry.
• With a sharp knife, carefully make diagonal cuts in the fat cap. Be careful not to go through to the meat. Then, make diagonal cuts going the opposite way you just did, forming a diamond pattern in the fat cap.
• Place a cup of water at the bottom of the roasting pan and place in the oven for 30 minutes per pound, so approximately 1.5 – 2 hours depending on the weight of your ham.
• In the last 30 minutes of roasting, begin basting the ham with the raspberry preserves. Baste every 10 minutes or so.
• The ham is fully cooked when the temperature reaches 170°F on a meat thermometer.
• Remove the ham from the oven and let rest for 10 minutes before slicing.

Makes 12 servings Roasted Raspberry Ham

Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe. Making a ham for dinner or the holidays does not need to be complicated. This simple, three-ingredient, ham recipe is so easy nearly anyone can make it! The next time you are looking for a great ham recipe, give this Roasted Raspberry Ham Recipe a try.


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Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe

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Notes:

• Shown for this recipe is a large heart cutout since it is so close to Valentine’s Day! You can make more cookies using smaller cookie cutters (heart or something else). And the converse is true too! (larger cookie cutter = less cookies)

• If you are interested in a great American made cookie cutter, check out this article! I just love Ann Clark Cookie Cutters! I now have a few bins full (truly).

• If you are not sure how fast the candy melts in your local grocery store turnover, buy some Wilton chocolates. They are a great consistency and generally easier to work with.

• If your chocolate melts are not smoothing out as you would like, add a touch of vegetable oil and heat again (this would be the third round).

• Load your piping bag into a glass, pointy side down. Fold the edges over the glass. Now fill with your melted white chocolate via a spoon. Snip the bottom (if using disposable), and you can use your candy piping bag to decorate. Remember, you cannot reheat candy in a piping bag, so work with small amounts!

• You can omit the white chocolate candy melts, and instead use this fantastic classic buttercream frosting recipe. Leave it white and decorate with sugar sprinkles, or add colorant for a colored frosting to match the holiday!

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


Easy Cutout Cookies Ingredients

• 1½ cups Salted Butter, softened
• 1½ cups Sugar
• 2 tsp Almond Extract
• 2 Eggs
• 4½ cups All-purpose Flour
• 1 cup White Chocolate Candy Melts
• Sugar Sprinkles, for garnish

Easy Cutout Cookies Mise en Place:

Measuring Spoons
Measuring Cup
• Baking Sheet(s)
• Spatula
• Parchment Paper
Stand Mixer, bowl, beaters
• Rolling Pin
• Baking Rack
• Disposable Piping Bag
Cookie Cutter(s)

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


Easy Cutout Cookies Directions

• Preheat your oven to 325°.
• Line a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper.
• Using a stand mixer, beat together butter and sugar together until creamy.

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


• Add in almond extract and eggs; mix lightly.

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


• Slowly add in flour, one cup at a time until well incorporated.

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


• Knead the dough in your hands until it starts sticking together (add more flour as necessary).

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


• Roll out the dough out on a clean floured surface and use cookie cutters to cut your shapes out.
• Carefully place cutout cookies onto prepared baking sheet.
• Bake for 10-12 minutes.
• Remove cookies from baking tray onto baking rack to cool.

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


• Place a cup of white chocolate candy melts into a bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir. Heat in microwave for another 30 seconds; stir. Repeat a third time. Check the consistency of your chocolate. If smooth, do not heat further. If it still does not stir and drip smoothly, heat one more time.
• Poor your melted chocolate into a disposable piping bag and cut a small tip off the bottom. (You can use a Ziploc baggie too.)

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


• Drizzle your melted chocolate over your cookies and immediately top with pink sugar sprinkles (while the white chocolate is still wet).
• Let your chocolate harden for about 15 minutes and carefully shake off the excess sprinkles.


Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe

These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.

Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 1 Hour

Ingredients:

1½ cups Salted Butter, softened
1½ cups Sugar
2 tsp Almond Extract
2 Eggs
4½ cups All-purpose Flour
1 cup White Chocolate Candy Melts
Sugar Sprinkles, for garnish

Directions:

• Preheat your oven to 325°.
• Line a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper.
• Using a stand mixer, beat together butter and sugar together until creamy.
• Add in almond extract and eggs; mix lightly.
• Slowly add in flour, one cup at a time until well incorporated.
• Knead the dough in your hands until it starts sticking together (add more flour as necessary).
• Roll out the dough out on a clean floured surface and use cookie cutters to cut your shapes out.
• Carefully place cutout cookies onto prepared baking sheet.
• Bake for 10-12 minutes.
• Remove cookies from baking tray onto baking rack to cool.
• Place a cup of white chocolate candy melts into a bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir. Heat in microwave for another 30 seconds; stir. Repeat a third time. Check the consistency of your chocolate. If smooth, do not heat further. If it still does not stir and drip smoothly, heat one more time.
• Poor your melted chocolate into a dispoable piping bag and cut a small tip off the bottom. (You can use a ziploc baggie too.)
• Drizzle your melted chocolate over your cookies and immediately top with pink sugar sprinkles (while the white chocolate is still wet).
• Let your chocolate harden for about 15 minutes and carefully shake off the excess sprinkles.

Makes 24 Easy Cutout Cookies

Easy Cutout Cookies Recipe. These from-scratch cutout cookies are a great cookie recipe for any occasion. Fun to decorate, these easy to make cutout cookies also taste great unfrosted. Yummy, delicious cookies that are a family favorite.


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