Thai Style Salmon Fritters



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A perfect party starter, these salmon fritters are coated with batter and deep fried until crisp and golden brown. They are best eaten fresh out of the oil while they're still hot and crisp.
I have substituted a few ingredients as I don't happen to have them on hand. Please do visit I Just Love My Apron for the authentic and original recipe.

  • 2 Eggs
  • 150 ml Whole milk
  • 1/2 tbsp Fish sauce
  • 1/2 Lime, juiced
  • 150 g All purpose flour
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 tsp White pepper
  • 1 tbsp Red curry powder
  • 1/2 tbsp Lime zest
  • 1 cup Frozen green peas, thawed and drained
  • 1 tin /225 g Alaska redhead wild sockeye, drained and flaked
  • 250 g Fresh salmon, sliced
  • Oil for frying
  • Some fresh celery leaves
  • Salt and Cayenne pepper for dusting
  1. Beat eggs, milk, fish sauce and lime juice in a mixing bowl until everything is incorporated. In another bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, white pepper, red curry powder and lime zest.
  2. Add the flour mixture into the egg mixture. Stir until just incorporated. Add in drained green peas, tinned and fresh salmons to the batter. Stir until well combined.
  3. Add oil to a saucepan and heat it up to 190C/375F. Line a baking tray with paper. Preheat your oven to 100C/210F.
  4. Drop by tablespoon into hot deep oil. Don't overcrowd. Once they are nicely brown, remove from the pan and keep warm in the oven and repeat the process until you have finished the batter.
  5. Sprinkle the fried fritters with salt and cayenne pepper. Use same oil to fry fresh celery leaves until crispy. Place the fritters on a platter and top with celery leaves. Serve salmon fritters hot accompanied with preferred yogurt dressing.

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95 comments:

Bo 29/11/11 18:21

Those fritters look crispy and golden...PERFECT!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 29/11/11 18:36

Fantastic! Once you eat one of those, you can't stop.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Karen 29/11/11 18:39

These look amazing...love the flavors!

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Carolyn 29/11/11 18:51

I don't think I can tell you how much I love this recipe! Love salmon, love thai spices. I have to try these!

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Santosh Bangar 29/11/11 19:01

crispy fritters have beautiful color

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 29/11/11 19:09

These look really delicious Angie!

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FabFrugalFood 29/11/11 19:22

I love salmon and I love Thai flavors - MUST try this.

Donna
apronstringsblog.com

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Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 29/11/11 19:46

Mmm I love Thai flavors and can just imagine how well they complement the salmon in these mouth-watering fritters :).

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Tanantha 29/11/11 19:54

I'm glad you like it Angie! Your additional ingredients sound nice too!

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Rosita Vargas 29/11/11 19:55

Exquisitos buñuelos me encanta el salmón una delicia,abrazos grandes hugs,hugs.

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Stefanie 29/11/11 20:02

These look delicious! Love the green splash with the fried salmon fritters!

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Belinda @zomppa 29/11/11 20:05

There is no way I could stop at only a few of these.

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Becki's Whole Life 29/11/11 20:08

This recipe is so different and it sounds so flavorful. I love Thai food, but the salmon is so different. My girls love salmon - they would eat these right up!

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Michael Toa 29/11/11 20:11

Oh Yum! They look golden, crispy and perfect! I absolutely love it.

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EliFla 29/11/11 20:25

I think they must be wonderful and perfect for Xmas Eve (when here we don't eat any meat that night!!!) Thanks and hugs, Flavia

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Melanie @ Melanie Cooks 29/11/11 20:27

These salmon fritters look so delicious! Perfectly crispy!

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Junia 29/11/11 20:52

what a unique way to prep salmon! red curry is one of my favorite thai flavors :) have a great day angie :)

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Lisa 29/11/11 21:11

MY BFw ould LOVE these fritters (as would I), especially since he's a salmon 'anything' 'and' curry 'anything' person. They look phenomenal! Gotta make them soon!

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Three-Cookies 29/11/11 21:56

Absolutely yummy looking. I have been thinking of making fish fritters for a very long time, I need to make it soon

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tasteofbeirut 29/11/11 22:58

I had a friend who only cooked one dish: salmon fritters; I wish he had seen your recipe back then as his were so bland! Love these instead!

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 29/11/11 23:01

A great starter indeed, Angie! These look and sound fabulous. Gorgeous golden color. x

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Eva kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com 29/11/11 23:23

Hi Angie, I'm sure by now you know I am not a deep fried lover, but these look so light and tasty, I could actually love them! The fried celery leaves are also quite creative.

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OohLookBel 29/11/11 23:47

Delicious! I love Thai-style fritters, and these look so golden and tasty.

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Manju 29/11/11 23:54

Love the Thai inspired flavors in these! Looks absolutely delicious!

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tigerfish 30/11/11 00:01

With these fritters, once I start I cannot stop! :) Love the infusion of Thai flavors in this.

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Asian-spice mix 30/11/11 00:10

Great salmon recipe with combo flavored,Love it,I'm a big fan of salmon :)
Ridwan

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Magic of Spice 30/11/11 01:31

They look fantastic Angie...loved Tanantha's original recipe as well :)

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anne 30/11/11 02:00

Yummm ! Another must-try recipe :)

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Christy 30/11/11 02:19

Oh my, did you say salmon fritters??? Awesome-ness!!:) I am loving them so much already, I wish I could have one from your plate ;)

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Lisa H. 30/11/11 03:33

gorgeous golden nuggets... and Thai flavours? whoa, I could finish them all in record time :D

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Ah Tze 30/11/11 04:22

lovely salmon fritters, I can eat the whole plate :D

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Jasna's kitchen creations 30/11/11 04:32

I must have been born in Thailand in one of my previous lifes, because - I LOVE THAI !!!
Great for upcoming 'partying season'.

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aipi 30/11/11 06:44

They look incredibly crisp n perfect!
USMasala

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the food dude 30/11/11 06:45

These salmon fritters look delicious, and as always, great photography!

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Janine 30/11/11 06:53

the addition of red curry powder sounds fantastic with salmon! gonna try this soon since i have salmon in the fridge :)

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Sarah 30/11/11 07:20

those look so good! what a lovely alternative to the usual fish fry that i make...

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Tina 30/11/11 07:29

Soooo crunchy and perfect fritters...

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tania@mykitchenstories 30/11/11 07:42

They look golden and delicious. Great treat for Christmas

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thecompletecookbook 30/11/11 07:46

Scrumptious! It's hard to beat a good crispy snack Angie. These really looks delicious.
:-) Mandy

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edith 30/11/11 08:08

Angie! my help always fried fritters but somehow never experiment with salmon. Will convey your ideas to her. Thanks.

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Munatycooking 30/11/11 09:58

Very interesting recipe, will sure try it out!

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clevermuffin.com 30/11/11 11:35

I can just imagine how perfect these would be with a cool glass of crisp white wine to start an evening of good food off! Yum!

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Vicki Bensinger 30/11/11 12:00

I can actually taste these from your description. These sound like great party poppers packed with flavor. Great photos.

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Priya 30/11/11 12:23

Quite addictive fritters.

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Elin 30/11/11 12:29

Angie...I love anything salmon and these salmon fritters must be delicious ! thanks for the recipe , I shall try it out :)

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Nicole @ Bake Me Blush 30/11/11 13:10

I love salmon, but I've never tried it in a fritter. These look scrumptious -- I definitely wouldn't be able to stop at just one!

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Lizzy 30/11/11 13:43

Oh,my, that crispy coating is irresistible! Great recipe, Angie!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 30/11/11 13:47

These sound absolutely delightful, Angie! I think I could eat the entire plate. The deep-fried celery is a wonderful touch.

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Katerina 30/11/11 14:45

That's a great idea! I have never had salmon fried. But this dish of yours makes me add it in my list of doing things! I love the flavors in it!

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Hannah 30/11/11 15:32

What an exciting way to spice up the standard fritter! Great idea.

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kitchen flavours 30/11/11 16:19

Looks delicious, Angie! I could finish the whole plate all my myself! Yum!

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 30/11/11 16:44

My family likes fried stuff and they can finish off this delicious dish in no time :)

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Elisabeth 30/11/11 16:45

Wow, and wow! Angie, I love these crispy tasty, super yummy salmon fritters. What an interesting combo with peas, canned, and fresh salmon (wonder why both?) to help combine the fritters better? keep the cost down?
just wondering!
Photos are lovely...as always! Now that's a magnificent prop, with the beautiful flowers!

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Happy Cook / Finla 30/11/11 17:07

Wowo looks super super delicious.

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Jeannie 30/11/11 17:41

That looks so delicious! I love the fried celery that you used to garnish the fritters!

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lena 30/11/11 18:40

it's very late now but i really dont mind taking a few pieces of these before i go to bed!

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At Anna's kitchen table 30/11/11 19:32

Heavenly! And such lovely photos too!

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Miriam 30/11/11 20:09

I'll bet the curry and lime taste amazing with the salmon. Very lovely dish! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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Pachecopatty 30/11/11 21:18

Gorgeous, I love this salmon fritter recipe and your photos came out great, very appetizing;-)

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Kelly 30/11/11 23:59

Thai inspired dishes are among my favourite. I love all the warming ingredients here Angie.

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♥peachkins♥ 1/12/11 00:06

These looks like a wonderful appetizer!

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raquel 1/12/11 02:46

This recipe is delish, I love salmon and I love fritters I think this is great dipping it with vinegar with lots of garlic pepper and red chili..=)

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Treat and Trick 1/12/11 06:03

Nicely presented and looks yummy!

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Angie's Recipes 1/12/11 06:14

@Elisabeth
That's all I had in the pantry. ;-)

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Joanne 1/12/11 12:44

I don't think I've ever had deep fried salmon before but these fritters do look delicious, so I think I should!

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Sanjeeta kk 1/12/11 12:51

What lovely ingredient to make these fritters...might try with my veggies.

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Roxana GreenGirl {A little bit of everything} 1/12/11 13:52

I've see these fritters on Tanantha's blog and bookmarked the recipe. Love your twist also!

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Barbara 1/12/11 14:15

These look delicious, Angie. I bet they disappear as fast as you can fry them!

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Faith 1/12/11 14:27

What a great idea for salmon! I bet these are really delicious!

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Cathy at Wives with Knives 1/12/11 14:38

What a wonderful recipe, Angie. This is a great change from turkey and all the leftovers we have been eating. We have fantastic fresh salmon available right now.

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Heavenly Housewife 1/12/11 14:45

I eat salmon a lot, but I cook it very simply. I love your way of preparing it, I know I'd really like these!
*kisses* HH

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So Domesticated 1/12/11 18:06

I love salmon and fritters... these look delish!

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lisaiscooking 1/12/11 18:33

These look so good for a party, and actually, I'd love to have a few right now!

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Cherine 1/12/11 19:42

ThosE fritters must be delightful!

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 1/12/11 20:32

Great flavors and perfectly fried! I can just hear the crunch of that first delicious bite.

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Lilly 1/12/11 21:42

I can't wait to make these!! I always end up doing the same thing with salmon and this recipe changes it up a bit.
Here in Holland we make them using cod fish, please give it a try one day. I'm sure you'll like it as well.

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vianney 1/12/11 23:22

Salmon fritters, awesome. I would love to serve these for New Year's !! thanks

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Anh 2/12/11 00:31

what a beautiful recipe! I will try it soon!

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wok with ray 2/12/11 03:27

This is amazing, Angie! If I make this at my house the same way you made them, it will be gone in minutes. I would have to make two or more batches. Wow, I love this kind of dish. As always, big applause on your photography. Hope you are having a very nice week, Angie!

~ ray ~

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freeeatsfood.com 2/12/11 03:39

What a great idea! I definitely want to give these a try for holiday parties. Thanks for sharing.

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Jenn 2/12/11 03:52

I so wish I could reach into my computer right now.. those pictures look so wonderful!!

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Beth 2/12/11 03:58

You seem to post the most delicious-looking recipes, and this one is no exception. It's truly making my mouth water!

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Claudia 2/12/11 04:45

I'll have my husband send you a thank-you note.

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Belle (tinkeringinthekitchen) 3/12/11 14:50

wow! delicious! glad i stumbled across your blog, what a great find :) Belle

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My Little Space 4/12/11 11:17

Gosh, I have to try this out. Looks really irresistible. Hmmmm.....
Kristy

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Stevie 4/12/11 16:54

Mmmmmm... these look excellent. I love foods with Thai flavors. And of course who doesn't love fried things?

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5 Star Foodie 5/12/11 03:39

Scrumptious and flavorful little bites, a terrific starter for sure!

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Cajunlicious 7/12/11 21:03

These look amazing, I love salmon and am always looking for new way to enjoy it!

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rick vancleave 7/12/11 22:24

these look so good angie. thanks for sharing
http://texasfoodandtravel.blogspot.com/

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elies_lie 8/12/11 09:51

The flitters is so good!
I just loves salmon and I'm sure my son will loves this too since the fish being fried :D
Tq fr sharing angie, great post! ;)

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Yukari - The Kitchen Fairy 10/12/11 18:00

This sounds soooo yummy! I will try it for sure! Love your blog! Great job!

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purecomplex.com 16/12/11 19:39

Your Thai Style Salmon Fritters look amazing. These are perfect for any party and perfect for dinner as well. Love this post

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Organizari evenimente 20/12/11 11:09

mmmmm..they look delicious!! Crispy and tasty...mmm.. :D

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