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MAKING 1 Pour of the liquid from salmon break in flakes remove the skin and bones. 2 In a mixer bowl place together salmon cream cheese lemon juice onion horseradish salt and liquid smoke. 3 Process the salmon mixture until thoroughly mixed. 4 Cover the bowl
GETTING READY 1 Drain and flake salmon carefully removing skin and bones. 2 Mix softened cream cheese lemon juice onion and salt and add to salmon. 3 Mix thoroughly and chill for several hours. MAKING 4 Combine pecans with parsley and chervil. 5 Using an ice
MAKING 1 Drain salmon well by removing excess fluid if using the canned variety. 2 Bring the cream cheese to room temperature by warming and mix together all other ingredients. 3 Combine very well. 4 Refrigerate. 5 Roll out into balls and dredge each ball in a
Combine salmon cream cheese lemon juice horseradish paprika and onion powder in blender or food processor with steel blade. Blend until smooth and creamy. Chill several hours until firm enough to handle. With two spoons make ten to twelve small balls. Whirl
Salmon Ball Hors D'Oeuvres
Place undrained salmon in bowl. Remove the bones. Add rice carrots onion egg salt and pepper. Mix together. Shape into balls approximately 16 balls right for 9 x 9 dish. Mix soup and water and pour over top. Bake covered in oven at 350 F for about 1 hour or
Salmon Ball Casserole
MAKING 1 Mix the salmon lemon juice onion flakes cream cheese Worcestershire sauce horeradish and salt together properly. 2 Shape the concoction into a single ball and chill it for about 2 hours or till it is firm. 3 Roll the firmed ball in pecans SERVING 4
Try out these utterly delicious deep fried Salmon Balls for a snack this weekend I like these Salmon balls with savory tomato dip What about you Drain salmon and reserve liquid. Add egg to salmon followed by flour and pepper. Mix baking powder in 1 4 cup
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Combine first 7 ingredients stir well. Chill thoroughly. Shape into a ball and roll in chopped parsley. Serve with assorted crackers and garnish with lemon slices if desired. To freeze place salmon ball in an airtight container in freezer. To serve remove from
Drain salmon thoroughly flake carefully with fork or your fingers. Combine salmon with softened cream cheese. Add next 5 ingredients mix thoroughly. Cover bowl. Refrigerate a few hours until firm. Shape salmon into ball roll in nuts. Wrap tightly in plastic
Party Salmon Ball
Combine all ingredients except pecans and parsley blend mixture well. Roll into a ball roll tightly in plastic wrap chill for several hours. Roll in combined parsley and pecans. Chill until ready to serve. May be frozen.
In bowl combine all ingredients except parsley mix well. Refrigerate about 4 hours or until firm enough to shape into a ball. Shape mixture into ball roll in parsley Refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving. Serve with crackers or small slices of rye bread.
1. Combine all ingredients except walnuts and parsley. 2. Shape into a ball on waxed paper wrap and chill 3 4 hours. 3. roll into walnuts and sprinkle with parsley before serving.
Drain salmon and reserve liquid. Add egg to salmon followed by flour and pepper. Mix baking powder in 1 4 cup salmon liquid and add to salmon mixture. Heat fat in skillet. Drop salmon mixture by teaspoonfuls to form balls. Fry until golden brown and crusty.
1. Combine potato onion salmon seasonings mustard mayonnaise and egg. Form into small balls coat with biscuit crumbs. 2. Place oil in browning dish cook on HIGH for four minutes. Add 6 salmon balls cook on HIGH for three minutes turn over halfway through
MAKING 1. Mash salmon after thoroughly draining it. 2. Add rest of the ingredients excluding parsley and mix well. 3. Shape the mixture into balls with inch diameter and roll in parsley. SERVING 4. Sprinkle a little cream on the salmon balls and serve
In bowl combine all ingredients except parsley mix well. Refrigerate about 4 hours or until firm enough to shape. Shape mixture into a ball roll in parsley. Refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving.