Salmon fishcakes?

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  1. skb

    skb Full Member

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    Can you use tuna instead of salmon?
    As I cannot seem to get all the bones out of the salmon :(
    Also when are they freezable? after they are cooked, or before?
    Kind regards,
    Sarah
     
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    No reason why not. Or try crabmeat.
     
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    I used tuna and salmon in mine cos I only had a small tin of salmon!
     
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    Ty for the replies :)
    The salmon fishcakes turned out ok in the end, although next time I think I'll use a salmon fillet rather than tinned.
    Thanks again,
    Sarah :D
     
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    Salmon bones are really soft in the tins so you can just mix them in. Must admit I always pull the big backboney one out but my mother will eat it if she sees me doing it! The bones are seemingly really good for you too
     
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    Yes, the bones are good for you - a good source of calcium. But I remember insisting that my mother let me prepare the tinned salmon if we were having salmon sandwiches for tea, because I couldn't trust her to take all the bones out and I just couldn't stand them!
     
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