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Keto Salmon Fish Cakes Recipe with Creamy Dill Sauce/Recipe Share

Louise Hendon | April 16

Keto Salmon Fish Cakes Recipe with Creamy Dill Sauce #keto https://ketosummit.com/keto-salmon-fish-cakes-creamy-dill-sauce

There’s nothing fishy about these keto salmon fish cakes recipe – they’re delicious. The creamy dill sauce is the perfect complement to this easy ketogenic fish cakes dish.

Modifications for a Keto Diet

Generally salmon cakes will contain bread or breadcrumbs. Tasty, but off-limits. Instead, I included coconut flour and shredded coconut.

Coconut flour and shredded coconut help bind the cakes together, along with eggs.

The dill sauce didn’t really need much in the way of modifications, although this version uses coconut milk where a lot of others use sour cream.

Health Benefits of Salmon

As you probably know, fish in general and salmon in particular are really good for you. Probably at the top of the list are their omega-3 fatty acids.

Omega-3 fatty acids decrease inflammation, reduce cancer risk and improve artery health. If you’re concerned about heart health, increasing your intake of omega-3s is probably a smart move.

In addition, omega-3s are good for your joints, your brain and your vision. Basically, there are a lot of good things going for it.


Salmon is also a great source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, vitamin B3 and selenium.

As you’d probably guess, salmon also provides a good amount of protein. A serving using this keto salmon fish cakes with creamy dill sauce will get you 42 grams.

Protein assists with healing and recovery, bone health and prevents muscle loss. That last one becomes even more important as you age.

Power up your mind and body and enjoy a healthy meal with this keto salmon fish cakes recipe with creamy dill sauce! In case you are just looking for a non-keto version, here’s one for you.

Keto Salmon Fish Cakes with Creamy Dill Sauce #keto https://ketosummit.com/keto-salmon-fish-cakes-creamy-dill-sauce

 

Keto Salmon Fish Cakes Recipe with Creamy Dill Sauce


  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings
  • Category: Dinner, Lunch
  • Cuisine: Chinese

Ingredients

For salmon fish cakes –

  • 3 cans of salmon (approx. 450 g), drained and flaked (or use salmon filets and cook them first)
  • 2 Tablespoons of fresh dill (6 g), finely chopped
  • 3 medium eggs, whisked
  • 1/4 cup of coconut flour (28 g)
  • 1/4 cup of shredded coconut (20 g)
  • 1/4 cup of coconut oil (60 ml)
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

For cooking the fish cakes –

For creamy dill sauce –

  • 1/4 cup of mayo (60 ml)
  • 1/4 cup of coconut milk (60 ml) (from a room temperature can)
  • 2 cloves of garlic (6 g), minced or finely diced
  • 2 teaspoons of fresh dill (2 g), chopped
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl, whisk to combine the dill sauce ingredients.
  2. In a large bowl, thoroughly combine the fish cake ingredients. Form the mixture into 8 patties.
  3. In a large skillet, melt 2 Tablespoons (30 ml) of coconut oil. In batches, carefully place patties in the oil. Cook until golden brown on one side and turn over and cook until golden brown, about 3 to 4 minutes per side.
  4. Serve the salmon patties with the creamy dill sauce.

Notes

All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.

Net Carbs: 2 g

Nutrition

  • Calories: 600
  • Sugar: 1 g
  • Fat: 50 g
  • Carbohydrates: 5 g
  • Fiber: 3 g
  • Protein: 42 g

 

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Slide 3 of 11: David Fincher is no stranger to rug-pulling storytelling -- look elsewhere on this list for further examples of his work. But in his adaptation of this 2012 best seller, Fincher’s about-face regarding the culpability of philandering would-be murderer Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) and the whereabouts of Amy (Rosamund Pike), his long-suffering wife, ranks as one of the most exhilarating turns -- not just for the characters, but for the manipulability, and inescapable subjectivity, of the medium itself.

Gone Girl’ (2014)

David Fincher is no stranger to rug-pulling storytelling — look elsewhere on this list for further examples of his work. But in his adaptation of this 2012 best seller, Fincher’s about-face regarding the culpability of philandering would-be murderer Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) and the whereabouts of Amy (Rosamund Pike), his long-suffering wife, ranks as one of the most exhilarating turns — not just for the characters, but for the manipulability, and inescapable subjectivity, of the medium itself.


Slide 4 of 11: Before J. A. Bayona was ushering audiences through a new “Jurassic” era with “Fallen Kingdom,” he established himself as a top-shelf purveyor of suspense and surprise with this story about a woman who opens an orphanage and, not long later, loses her own adopted son. The terror that ensues is only a prelude to the tragic truth that emerges about what happened -- and what her role is in his fate.

‘The Orphanage’ (2007)

Before J. A. Bayona was ushering audiences through a new “Jurassic” era with “Fallen Kingdom,” he established himself as a top-shelf purveyor of suspense and surprise with this story about a woman who opens an orphanage and, not long later, loses her own adopted son. The terror that ensues is only a prelude to the tragic truth that emerges about what happened — and what her role is in his fate.


Slide 5 of 11: Franklin J. Schaffner’s adaptation of the eponymous book by Pierre Boulle makes a shrewd and methodical series of revelations to its protagonist George Taylor (Charlton Heston), the astronaut who crash-lands on a world where man and ape have reversed roles in the biological pecking order. But the film’s final shots gobsmacked audiences back in 1968, with the discovery that the alien planet upon which Taylor landed was, in fact, Earth all along.‘Planet of the Apes’ (1968)

Franklin J. Schaffner’s adaptation of the eponymous book by Pierre Boulle makes a shrewd and methodical series of revelations to its protagonist George Taylor (Charlton Heston), the astronaut who crash-lands on a world where man and ape have reversed roles in the biological pecking order. But the film’s final shots gobsmacked audiences back in 1968, with the discovery that the alien planet upon which Taylor landed was, in fact, Earth all along.


Slide 6 of 11: Edward Norton was a virtual unknown at the time of this film’s release, the story of a jaded defense lawyer who encounters more than he bargains for after taking on a client (Norton) suffering from multiple personality disorder. But the combination of Norton’s performance, and some effective sleight of hand by director Gregory Hoblit, successfully obscures exactly which of those personalities is in charge until the perfect moment for a stunning emotional wallop.


Slide 7 of 11: Alfred Hitchcock consistently tested the boundaries of audience expectations -- and tolerance -- but never more memorably than in this film about a young woman (Vivien Leigh) who flees from the authorities after stealing a wad of cash from her boss. The movie’s identification with her through the first half makes its second a stunning change in direction, as audiences not only have to deal with her death, but the prospect of following one of the accomplices (Anthony Perkins) to her murder.

‘Psycho’ (1960)

Alfred Hitchcock consistently tested the boundaries of audience expectations — and tolerance — but never more memorably than in this film about a young woman (Vivien Leigh) who flees from the authorities after stealing a wad of cash from her boss. The movie’s identification with her through the first half makes its second a stunning change in direction, as audiences not only have to deal with her death, but the prospect of following one of the accomplices (Anthony Perkins) to her murder.

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Excerpt from “HeartStones”, by Mws R

HeartStones

I Am Special By No Means

I am not special by any means

But I have a heart and yes, I can bleed

Don’t try to use me or hurt me

I do not like that, you see

Tough I am, but nice I am too.

I will make you laugh at times when you are blue.

I do like animals of all sorts

I love wearing flip flops and a pair of shorts

I feel things deeply, although it can be a curse

Sometimes it hurts and can make me feel worse

When I love I really love

And when I am pushed, no problem, because I really can shove

Sad movies make me cry

Nothings is a total loss , if you try

I have a lot to give nd give a lot

I hate 100 degree weather because I get hot

I like long walks, playing through the woods, swimming in the sea

These things are magical for me.

My heart I wear proudly on my sleeve

I dislike selfish people it one of my pet peeves

Thoughtful and forgiving, I wish to always be

This poem is just a little to share about me.

MwsR <3

 

 

 

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Word of the day

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wraith
[rāTH]

NOUN
wraiths (plural noun)
a ghost or ghostlike image of someone, especially one seen shortly before or after their death.
synonyms:
ghost · specter · spirit · phantom · apparition · manifestation · vision · shadow · presence · poltergeist · supernatural being · bodach · duppy · spook · shade · visitant · revenant · phantasm · wight · eidolon · manes · lemures
used in reference to a pale, thin, or insubstantial person or thing.
“heart attacks had reduced his mother to a wraith”
literary
a wisp or faint trace of something.
“a sea breeze was sending a gray wraith of smoke up the slopes”

ORIGIN
early 16th century (originally Scots): of unknown origin.

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