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Pan-Fried Salmon Recipe: Japanese Salmon Mixed With Potatoes

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150 grams salmon
100 grams tapioca flour
½ of a teaspoon salt
20 milliliters non-sugar fresh milk
150 grams bread crumbs
½ of a tablespoon cooking oil
2 potatoes
½ of a teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons Mayonnaise sauce
1 chicken egg
100 grams wheat flour

Pan-Fried Salmon Recipe: Japanese Salmon Mixed With Potatoes

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Fried salmon with potatoes – Delicious taste that we cannot forget

  • 45 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy


Pan-fried salmon recipe brings us one of famous dishes in Japan, which is fried salmon with potatoes. Also, this dish is often known as “croquette”, which hears a bit strange. Besides, it is very delicious with the harmony combination of salmon and potatoes. So, it will be great if we have this dish on our menu for our family. Hence, in this article, we will share with you a simple pan-fried salmon recipe so that you can make this dish easily and successfully.

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Wash salmon carefully and let it a bit dry. Heat up the cooking oil and stir-fry the salmon until it is cooked. We also need to crush the salmon.


Wash potatoes, peel and cook them. Then squeeze them finely with tapioca flour, salt, pepper, and non-sugar fresh milk. Then add the crushed salmon into the mixture to mix together.


Wear plastic gloves to roll the mixture into medium balls. However, in the middle of each ball, we pour a little Mayonnaise sauce, then roll again.


Beat the chicken egg into a bowl. Also, put wheat flour, and bread crumbs into 2 separate bowls. Roll the balls through the wheat flour, then dip the egg bowl and then roll in the bowl of bread crumbs.


Heat up the cooking oil in a pan. Then fry these balls until they are cooked.


When their color turns color, we take them out and put them on a plate.

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