Friday, April 18, 2014

#RECIPEFRIDAY: Baked Salmon Balls...

Okay, I know...

Totally not the most appealing name for a recipe but...

I really do have Salmon Balls to share!

Putting the S in Salmon.

After a week of going and going and going....

Hooray for caffeinated days!

I must say that the week went by fairly quickly and...

I did get a lot done!

While enjoying some of that amazing sunshine too!
(Let's not talk about the random snow and hale we got the other day!)
I do love me my Sunski glasses!
Got all of my workouts in...
And I felt strong! :)

I mean...

I even managed to loaf around! (Which I typically save for the weekend but I had put my name down to bring my homemade sourdough bread to a potluck!)

The little things I enjoy while baking.
For the love (and safety) of my pain de campagne!
Gone within 10 minutes of slicing.
That made me super happy because I was able to share my bread and...
Because I was told my loaf was "delicious", "amazing" and...
That it was definitely "made with love"!
<3
hehe...
I love this pic from when 007 came over the week!

Did I mention that I shook things up over at Burnbrae Farms with my 10 minute ABS workout and protein shake recipe?1 (Really eggcited that I got the opportunity to write for them!)

Check it out here!

But enough about me...

Let's get to the food and recipes!


I'll go first k?

Just this week...

I ended making this recipe on the fly because I had lots of leftover Salmon from a dinner from the previous night!

If anything...

These Salmon Balls turned out to be quite tasty! (As odd sounding as they may be! Strange but good Laura?)


So...

I figured I should share them with you all since I really liked them!

Savoury Salmon Balls

by *CaNdY FiT*
Ingredients

  • 1 pre-cooked salmon steak (leftovers, or freshly made)
  • 2 tbsp egg whites
  • 1/2 onion, diced
  • 1/4 cup sundried tomatoes, cut into small pieces
  • MTL steak spice (or salt and pepper to taste)
  • 1 tsp fresh rosemary
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat your oven to 400F
  2. Spray your baking sheet with cooking oil of choice
  3. In a bowl, mash the salmon into flakes, add egg whites and mix
  4. Add in the remainder of the ingredients and combine until evenly distributed
  5. With your hands, or with a ice cream scooper, shape the salmon into balls
  6. Delicately place of the balls on the baking sheet
  7. Put in the oven and bake for about 10-15 minutes
  8. Remove from oven and enjoy!
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Alright so now it's your turn...

If you have a recipe you've been making and loving...

Share it!


I can't wait to see what you've cooked up!


Have a great weekend everyone!

We'll be loafing around ;)

Questions FU You...

How was your week?
What are you looking forward to this weekend?
What will you do to relax?

Stay Tuned FU More On *CaNdY FiT*

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22 comments:

  1. Yummy! Those look great, I LOVE salmon, so love all salmon recipes too! I am coaching and running a 20 mile run, pretty normal for me as my family are back in England...boooo hoooo :P

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    1. 20 miles! Woah! Hope you are having a great weekend :)

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  2. I LOVE adding sundried tomatoes to all things and everything- love this twist and reckon it'll work well with canned salmon!

    Have a great weekend, my FUReaking awesome baker.

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    1. Sundried tomatoes are one of my fave things. Canned salmon? Brilliant.

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  3. That picture of Teddy is just too perfect! Have a great weekend!

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    1. hehe He's definitely a Teddy Bear ;)

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  4. Those look great! I would probably cheat and used canned salmon ....

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    1. Absolutely! I hadn't thought of that! I've only ever had canned Tuna never Salmon.

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  5. Hee hee... fish-y balls... ;) Definitely #strangebutgood!

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  6. I love a good leftover recipe - that looks yummy, but I never have salmon leftover :-) Teddy looks like he's ready for the weekend.

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  7. These look good. If you don't have leftovers I think canned wild salmon would work too. Thanks!

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  8. Gosh I love Teddy Bear. He never fails to make me smile. Obviously I don't so salmon balls, though I love the name, but your bread always looks so good.

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    1. Me neither! He's definitely a cuddly little (BIG) bear ;) And thanks, I do love baking it :)

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  9. Neat way to use salmon, yum!

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  10. loved your ab article! good stuff woman! and so is this recipe. i love balls. haha

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    1. Thanks! And I know how much you love balls! Yours are sooo incredibly delicious! :)

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  11. Those sound delicious! And I thought of you this week- I finally got a good sourdough starter... yay!!

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    1. OH awesome!!!! Watch how much you will love and care for it :)

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  12. WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT - I am completely turned on by Salmon Balls, and you know this! lol!

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  13. The pics of the bread make my mouth water. Why did I get rid of my bread maker? I love all things salmon!

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