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Salmon Patties and Milk Gravy (Cost is about $4.00 to serve four adults.)
I use a can of Alaska wild salmon, I can buy one can for $1.89. Some stores charge $2.00 a can. Still a decent price for what you get. Stir in one egg for each can you use. I sprinkle in corn meal, maybe about half a cup. You want the mixture to hold together so you can spoon it into the hot skillet. Fry till golden brown on one side turn over and do the same on the other side. Drain in paper towel. If you like cream gravy you can sprinkle a little flour in the bottom of the skillet, about two tablespoons. If you have grease left over from the salmon patties that will work or you can use about four tablespoons of butter to mix with the flour. Stir till you like the color. Open a can of carnation cream (evap. milk), put in bowl, add the same amount of water as cream, mix. Pour this mixture into skillet with grease/butter and flour. Bring to a boil and stir often, should be thick within a few min's. Serve with Salmon patties. Very inexpensive dinner. Makes about seven to eight patties.
Submitted by Nonia