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Old 12-05-2018, 07:01 PM
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I followed this recipe using 1 t crush red pepper instead of the salsa.
I fried them three at a time for more skillet room.
They are delicious and a little zippy.
Crusty enough on the outside, nice and flavourful on the inside.

https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/reci...recipe=3189226


Canned Chicken Cakes

Ingredients

  • 12 oz Great Value - Canned - Chunk Chicken Breast In Water
    2.4 serving Nabisco Premium Whole Grain Saltines topped with Sea Salt - 5 crackers
    .25 cup Bread crumbs, dry, grated, plain
    3.5 tbsp Mayonnaise, Best Foods Real Mayonnaise
    .33 cup, chopped Onions, raw
    1.5 tbsp Parsley, dried
    2 tsp El Yucateco Hot Sauce Salsa Picante de Chile Habanero



Directions

Mix the ingredients together in a bowl until the mixture comes together enough to form cakes (add bread crumbs if too wet, mayo if too dry). In a non-stick skillet use cooking spray generously (butter flavor preferably - or use butter and some light oil), cook on high until the first side is golden brown, flip the cakes, turn the heat down a bit, and place the lid on top (but do NOT seal, it's just keep some of the heat in without burning it.

Serving Size: 6 cakes

Note to self:
Next time use more cracker crumbs.
Things got a little hairy during the flip, but they did hold together.

Asiago pasta salad on the side.


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looks neat -


for "things that like to fall apart in the pan" I use a two spatula (or other) flip. pick it up with something flat and 'catch' it as it falls over avoiding - most of the time - the break up.... the wooden stuff from cpbasils.com comes in left/right handed versions (as applicable) which reduces the yoga antics of a two handed flip.
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Those look terrific, Sass - great idea!

The pasta salad looks delicious, too!

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Thanks Chowdah!

I did use a smaller wooden spoon as a guide, along with the spatula.

Thanks too, Lee.
They're darn good.
That's a deli salad from Chief supermarket.
I'll buy it again.
Oh and thanks for printing the recipe out for me too.
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