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How to Make Fish Mackerel Burgers, Salmon Croquettes Recipe

Updated on December 29, 2016

How to Make Canned Mackerel

Recipe Ingredients

  1. Mackerel fish, 1-2 cans
  2. Eggs, 1-2
  3. Flour (all purpose)
  4. Cornmeal, yellow
  5. Green Bell Pepper
  6. (optional) Onion flakes
  7. Burger buns, 1 pack
  8. Seasoning salt (Mrs. Dash, or Spike)


Canned Mackerel/Salmon Croquettes Recipe Instructions

Start by adding the ingredients in a bowl, put 1-2 cans of mackerel fish in a bowl depending on how many fish burgers you want to make. Some canned mackerel have small fish bones; open each fish and remove the small fish spine.

Now add 1 or 2 eggs in the bowl, and add 2 tablespoons of flour and 2 tablespoons of cornmeal. Dice 1/2 of a green bell pepper and add it to the bowl with some sprinkled onion flakes. Sprinkle some seasoning salt into the mackerel mix as well, and then mix the ingredients with a fork or your hands.

Pour a 1/2 cup amount of cooking oil into a skillet with medium heat. Begin forming medium sized burger patties and then place each fish patty into the heated skillet. Once the fish burgers are golden brown on each side, remove each one onto a plate that has a 2 ply paper towel. The paper towels on the plate will help de-grease the fish burgers as they cool off.

Now that the mackerel fish burgers are done, you can put them on burger buns to make a tasty sandwich. Also add to your sandwich other things that you like such as lettuce, sliced tomato, mayonnaise, ranch sauce, sliced pickles, etc.

Mackerel canned fish comes in different brand names, which are found in many local grocery stores. Mackerel burgers recipe are great to eat for lunches and dinners. This mackerel fish burger recipe isn't just tasty but it's a healthy sandwich recipe also.

♥ Enjoy ♥


How to Make Fish Mackerel Burgers - Recipe
How to Make Fish Mackerel Burgers - Recipe

Benefits of Eating Makerel Fish

Healthy factors of eating mackerel fish, it contains potassium, protein, iron, B-6, B-12, Omega-6, vitamin A, vitamin D, calcium and other healthy vitamins and minerals. Eating mackerel fish assist with reducing arthritis pain, and it assist with sharpening your memory. Also mackerel strengthens your immune system, which helps to protect against common colds, flu-like symptoms, migraine headaches, and sinus symptoms.

More good news about the benefits of eating mackerel fish, it helps with lowering high blood pressure. And let's not forget that eating mackerel helps to protect your body from cancers.

How to Make Canned Mackerel Recipe
How to Make Canned Mackerel Recipe

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