Crispy Salmon Croquettes You Can Make at Home

Salmon Croquette Recipe


Flour is a must-have for this recipe, and we recommend using all-purpose flour for the best results. We use granulated sugar for sweetness and a touch of vanilla extract for warmth and depth of flavor. Baking powder is essential for giving our cookies their soft and chewy texture. Don't forget a pinch of salt to balance out the sweetness and enhance all the flavors. Finally, you'll need some eggs to bind everything together, and we recommend using large eggs for this recipe.

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Tips for crispy croquettes

For perfectly crisp croquettes, a double-breading method is key. Start by dredging the shaped croquettes in flour, ensuring they're fully coated. Dip them in beaten egg, letting any excess drip off. Finally, coat them generously in breadcrumbs, pressing lightly to help them adhere. For extra crunch, consider using panko breadcrumbs. Deep frying is the traditional method for achieving a crispy exterior. Ensure your oil is at the right temperature, around 350°F (175°C), before carefully lowering the croquettes in. Fry in batches to avoid overcrowding the pan, which can lower the oil temperature and lead to soggy results.

Serving suggestions

Serve chilled. Pair with grilled meats, roasted vegetables, or hearty stews. Its robust flavors also stand up well to strong cheeses and spicy dishes. For a lighter option, try it with grilled fish or a salad with a vinaigrette dressing.