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Ingredients 2 Norwegian Salmon fillets 40 g / 1/3 cup plain flour 2 eggs 40 g / 1 cup panko breadcrumbs 1 tsp dried mixed herbs salt and pepper. 16 ounces salmon, skin removed 1 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs 2 teaspoons minced garlic 2 teaspoons lime zest Pinch of salt and pepper 1 egg 1/2 cup flour 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt. 1cuppanko (Japanese breadcrumbs) 1Tbspextra virgin olive oil ½tspgarlic powder(3 clove garlic; minced) ½tspdried thyme(or any herb of your choice) 1lbskinless salmon fillet. Add the nuggets to a large bowl, sprinkle with lemon juice and let rest for 5 to 10 minutes before patting completely dry (with paper towels) Mix together a teaspoon of garlic powder, 2 teaspoons of onion powder, ¾ teaspoon of salt and a pinch of black pepper, then generously coat the. Ingredients 3 tablespoons olive oil 600 g salmon filleted, de-skinned and diced 80 g white rice flour 30 g tapioca flour 1 teaspoon onion granules ½ teaspoon garlic powder ½ teaspoon lemon powder *see notes ½ teaspoon smoked sweet paprika ¼ teaspoon ground coriander ½. crispy baked salmon nuggets Tips & Tricks: Chop up fresh herbs and combine with the panko crumbs for a tasty gourmet flavor!

Pack leftover salmon nuggets in your kids lunch box with their favorite dipping sauce and send with them to school for a. Place salmon nuggets inside, working in batches to avoid overcrowding, if necessary. Cook in the preheated air fryer for 3 minutes. Gently turn salmon pieces, spray lightly with oil, and cook until salmon is cooked throughout, 3 to 4 more minutes. Place on a serving platter and drizzle with warm chipotle-maple syrup.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly coat with cooking spray. In small bowl, mix bread crumbs, garlic, lime zest, salt and pepper together. In separate bowl, whisk egg. In another bowl, stir together flour and salt.

Cut salmon into 1 inch nuggets. Dredge. Slice the salmon into 1 inch nuggets, make about 20 pieces.

Coat each piece in the crumb then egg mix then back into the crumb again. Gently place the breaded salmon nuggets on a baking tray. Spray with oil or line with greaseproof paper and bake for 6 8 mins then turn and bake further 5 8 mins until golden.

Combine the bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese in a third bowl. Coat the salmon pieces in the seasoned flour and pat to remove any extra flour. Dip into the eggs and then the Parmesan mixture, gently pressing the mixture into the fish.

Place the breaded salmon fillets onto the baking sheets.

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Using the food processor ensured the salmon was chopped just right, and binding the patties with crunchy panko bread crumbs (and a little mayo) helped prevent a mushy texture.

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Brush cod, salmon, or flatfish fillets with a little oil and then dip them lightly into fresh, seasoned bread crumbs to give them a little protective coating.

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This new and improved recipe uses the same concept of fresh salmon fillets with a crunchy, flavorful topping, but it replaces the panko crumbs with a mixture of almonds and Parmesan cheese.

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In our search for a supremely crunchy and flavorful topping for our Horseradish­Crusted Salmon, we found that fresh bread crumbs didn’t brown enough, plus they were too time­consuming to prepare for this recipe.

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Cover each fillet of sole on both sides with flour, dip in an egg wash, then coat with the nut mixture.

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Lay the salmon skin on a cookie sheet, flesh side down, salt it lightly, and bake for 30 minutes, or until crisp.

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We dipped the fillets first in flour and then in a thick wash made from eggs and mayonnaise before applying the browned crumbs.

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Instead, we simply dried the fillets, seasoned them with salt and pepper, let them sit for 5 minutes, then dredged them in flour.

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Brush the parchment paper with some of the melted butter, then use a ⅓ cup measuring cup to scoop out salmon mixture and drop onto the parchment.

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The next step is to press your lightly egged fillets into a plate of breadcrumbs — only a few minutes’ more work, but resulting in that crunchy exterior that is perhaps the apex of crispness (see page 324 for the ultimate in crisp-crumbed, shallow-fried fillets).

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  • My goodness I thought you were fixing my plate LOL Geez this recipe looked sooo delicious with your added touches��������
    Cooking and Grilling with AB channel is awesome as well..
    Thanks for sharing stay���� safe and sanitary..Im still indoors up here in Michigan��

  • Oh I could easily have these at the same time as the kids do their chicken nuggets may even be able to convince them to try the fish!

  • Was brought up on salmon. Usually cook it in frying pan or bake in the oven. I live this idea. My husband being from Virginia is not use to this kind of fish. Hes use to oysters and crabs. I love all kinds of fish except darker ones that taste fishy. See you think salmon taste fishy..I dont!! Live cod fish and haddock too. Fishes from up cold areas. That’s what I’m use to. Anyways great recipe. Would never have thought of this especially with salmon!! Thanks again..peace out

  • ” OMG “
    Man!
    Hey! AB it’s me again
    Never heard of nuggets like this, but I’m about to find out, say hey to the wife, thanks for sharing with us, you da man ��

  • Man this was soooooo good and crispy yet moist!!!!!!!! My family tore it up!!! Catfish is too fishy but this was PERFECT!!! Thank you for sharing!!!!

  • Looks so good. I don’t recall ever having fried salmon, I usually bake it, but this is definitely another alternative. Thanks for the idea.

  • I never would have thought to add yellow mustard to salmon. But if AB says it’s fire, IT’S FIRE. That much I do know! Thanks for another amazing video.

  • i’ve been looking for something else to do with salmon. i usually bake it. this is a good alternative as well. thank you for sharing AB

  • Never heard of deep fried salmon, let alone salmon nuggets. I’m not big on eating fish but I’m sure going to try this. Thank you for the recipe.

  • Ima a hood celebrity because of this fried salmon nuggets!!! Everybody want me to start selling plates but I just like to cook to see people’s reaction. It really makes me feel good to feed people!

  • I’m not going to over text this thing….Delicious �� Yummiest piece of fish-PERIOD (next to cat fish). Oh boy then sqeeze lemon on a piece then dip that baby in that tartar sauce… DROP THE NAPKIN �� �� �� ��

  • Wow! This is awesome! Perfect 4 the kids especially when we grill salmon on the grill. We wrap the salmon in butter, rosemary, slice of lemon in each foil wrap and I put a little bit of Cajun seasoning on top as well & it’s really good but it does need a bit of salt and pepper but not much. I’m going to try these nuggets next time we have salmon night! This is perfect for me as well. I like salmon but I don’t love it. I have to have a lot of lemon �� juice or I can’t eat it.
    I love this quick n easy receipt! I love your video’s! Amazing cooking! You are the man!

  • I’ve always seen salmon chunks in the grocery seafood dept and wondered why I would want those. When I want nuggets I go for the catfish! Alabama born baby! But…um…yea it’s tine to go to that store and grab some nuggets. And nice touch with the smooth jazz as your audio track. Smuuv grooves and salmon baby!

  • I’m about to get me a husband!! So happens I had the fish out! Looked you up, had everything except the yellow cornmeal!! This was lit!

  • Ok Fam…I just tried this and was about to be hella mad. If you try this without the tartar sauce AND lemon (NOTE LEMON IS A MUST) you might be upset. The lemon provides the balance between the fish, batter and tartar that can not be expressed enough. It helps this pop! Our family will try this again but I will experiment with dijon mustard as the binder with fresh dill. I will let it marinate in the mustard for a couple hours and then batter (let rest) before frying. Hope you enjoy…with the tartar sauce AND lemon…we really did!!!

  • AB, Great recipe. I’ve been deep frying salmon like this for 15yrs. I’m glad to see someone of your caliber showing the world some of my hidden appetizers.

  • I’ve never heard of salmon nuggets before, I gotta try it out now, thanks for showing me how easy this is. Comments about it coming soon

  • I tried these and they were delicious! The only difference I cooked them in my air fryer and they turned out great!!!! Delicious! Yes sir ������

  • This. Was. Amazinggggggggggg! I didn’t have an egg to pair with mustard but I substituted with milk & flour. And used self rising flour as my coating. It was BOMB! Thank you for this!

  • Im trying this very soon. I was thinking about frying salmon but the little research i did found nothing like this. That fish fry is my favorite. TFS!!!

  • I make chicken nuggets like this every week for my two but never thought to do it with fish. They love salmon so I will be trying this. What herbs do you usually add to the panko?

  • Hi dear sister! How are you? Hope you are doing well! Loved watching you eat the Samon nuggets and the potato �� wedeges! Now you are showing us how to make it! ��. Amazing sister! Love all the seasonings!And love the part where one of the Samon tried to get away! Glad you got to eat some crunchy salmon again on this video!
    May the perfect peace of our Lord Jesus Christ’s be multiplied unto you! ������. God bless you dear sister! ��

  • How to cook Deep Fried Salmon nugget. This is my new go to appetizer. An amazing recipe! Shout out to AB at Smokin & Grillin wit AB. Go check him out at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6tJ9C5SBvK6b-0cejoc4vg And for more Easy Appetizer Recipes check out my playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLcZQBnk18VvZU-M7z2cyQA3xi37FQmNl

  • Another great recipe! Yes AB’s channel is where I first saw the fried Salmon who is another Great Chef like your self!! Thanks for all you Give

  • Underrated and under viewed channel. You cook good looking comfort food and you have a good attitude. I’m gonna put a twist on your recipe and try it with potato starch which will give it an extra crispy/crunchy shell similar to corn meal but it won’t be as rough and gritty. Not that I don’t love the rough and gritty corn meal on my fried catfish! I’d like to see you hit the 10K subscription mark then eventually 50 and 100!

  • Good Morning Ms V. Enjoyed this video. I’m definitely going to try these Salmon Nuggets. They looks so beautiful and delicious. My grandchildren are going to love them. Thanks for sharing. Love you❤️Many Blessings to you and your family ��❤️��❤️

  • That’s what’s up Brah! I see you already know about that smoked paprika, FYE! They had the right color on them. Had me licking my mouth as I was watching, lol.