Salmon Croquettes with Otto’s Cassava Flour

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When you need to put dinner on the table in a hurry, these little grain free salmon patties are a great choice. The Otto’s Cassava Flour is a DELICIOUS way to stick them together. If you haven’t ordered some yet, get to it! (I don’t make a commission on them or anything, I just like to share when I find a great product.)

Salmon croquettes and salmon patties are also very economical. This can help you justify some fresh organic vegetables, right? I hope so.

I put the following ingredients into a mixing bowl:
1  tsp dried mustard
1 TBSP minced garlic
1/2 tsp smoked paprika
1  tsp Cherrywood Smoked Sea Salt
freshly ground black pepper, to taste
2 eggs
4 TBSP Otto’s Cassava Flour
almost 1/4 cup diced white onion

I stirred all of that up.
I added 4 small cans of very nice salmon. (It’s the size can like a can of tuna. If you are using the big cans of salmon, it would be almost 2 cans)  I squeezed the juice off as much as possible before adding the salmon to the mixing bowl.

I mixed this all up with my hands.

I washed my hands and used a cookie scoop to make the little croquettes.  I put them into a heated skillet with coconut oil.  I browned them on both sides. (They didn’t all fit into the big skillet without touching each other and I didn’t want them to stick together. So, I cooked them in two batches and added a little more coconut oil to the skillet on the second batch.)

This recipe made 32 salmon croquettes and was delicious in a Whole30 way alongside roasted broccoli and cauliflower and baked sweet potatoes.

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