Salmon patties are a great recipe that only requires a few ingredients and is budget-friendly, and there are a ton of side dishes that go well with the main dish.
Salmon patties, also known as salmon croquettes, or salmon cakes, are fried in a large skillet with vegetable oil and are made with bread crumbs, canned pink salmon, onion, eggs, and some lemon juice for a flavorful dinner.
No Plate Like Home has a tasty recipe for sweet potato fries that go well with a variety of main dishes. You only need a few ingredients, including garlic powder and parmesan cheese, that will get your taste buds singing. Sweet potato fries are always a great alternative to French fries.
I love healthy recipes that are not only incredibly delish but also easy to make. Jenn, over at Peas and Crayons, shares her recipe for a simple side salad, as well as a choice of homemade dressings. Believe me, y'all will have a tough time deciding on which one to make.
We all love potatoes, and oven baked potato wedges are an excellent choice to make for any fish fry. The fries are sprinkled with fresh dill, basil, parsley, and a few more ingredients that will make your taste buds pretty happy.
One of the great things about corn is that you can make it in a large variety of ways, including this recipe with red peppers, green onions, black pepper, and a few more ingredients that will make you want to grab a big spoon.
Remoulade sauce is a must with salmon patties. The sauce from Belly Full is perfect for crab cakes, cooked salmon, fish cakes, salmon burgers, tuna patties, or with just about any of your favorite foods.
Julia, over at Julia's Simply Southern, has the best homemade tartar sauce. With a few of my favorite ingredients, including lemon juice, onion, dill relish, hot sauce, and more, you will want to make this again and again.
If you have a tough time getting the kids to eat their broccoli, this recipe might do the trick. Layered with mayo, cheddar cheese, mushroom soup, and topped with crushed Ritz Crackers, this recipe is a favorite.