Our friend’s daughter is largely vegetarian, but she’ll eat an occasional piece of fish (which makes her a flexitarian—here’s the difference of these terms plus pescatarian, vegan and others).

So for July 4th weekend, we picked up a box of SeaPak Alaskan Salmon Burgers, which are available frozen at stores nationwide.

It takes time to make salmon burgers from scratch, but these frozen patties are just the thing for a busy occasion like grilling with guests.

Cook them for 2 minutes on each side on a pre-heated and oiled pan or grill. The goal is a crispy outside and juicy interior.

We like salmon bugers “rare.” Remember that the burger will continue to cook for a minute or two once removed from the heat source—and there’s nothing worse than overcooked fish.
 
 
MORE USES FOR SEAPAK ALASKA SALMON BURGERS

In addition to salmon burgers, decked out with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, cole slaw, and condiments of choice (that’s yogurt-dill sauce in photo #1), you can use the burgers:

  • At breakfast, with eggs on the side, broken up in a scramble or omelet, on an egg sandwich, or broken up and added to an egg burrito.
  • At lunch or dinner, atop a green salad, Greek salad, spinach salad or other favorite.
  • Broken up for fish tacos.
  • Crumbled into a rice bowl (or other grain bowl).
  • On a pizza: broken up and added atop the mozzarella or ricotta (salmon works for red or white pizzas).
  • Mixed into Fettuccine Alfredo or Pasta Primavera Alfredo.
  • As sliders with goat cheese, chopped sundried tomatoes in olive oil, and fresh basil.
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    [1] Dress a salmon burger like a beef burger. Ketchup works, but a yogurt-dill sauce is better. Here’s a recipe (photo © McCormick).


    [2] Keep a package of salmon burgers burgers in the freezer, for family and guests (photo © SeaPak).

     
    SeaPak’s Alaskan Salmon Burgers are gluten-free, low carb and high in protein. They’re made with all natural ingredients and contain no additives or preservatives.

    In addition to great salmon flavor, salmon burgers bring the numerous health benefits of salmon.

      

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