25 Side Dishes for Salmon Patties – Quick And Easy

Side Dishes for Salmon Patties
Side Dishes for Salmon Patties

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Fried Fish, Baked Fish Filet, Grilled Fish, Fish, and Chips…. Enough of these old fish recipes. If you are up for something new, creative yet healthy, try making crispy Southern fried salmon patties for your family. It is a new style dish to serve at celebrations, potluck dinners, party sides, and regular family meals. You can also incorporate them in burgers, as a side for steaks, or as an individual main meal.

But the question is, what to pair the salmon patties with? Especially when you may have picky eaters in your family. If you are not up for the fish, you can go for the side dish! Try these out for your next dinner, and show those culinary skills.

Salads

Lebanese Fattoush Salad

Lebanese Fattoush Salad

Lebanese Fattoush Salad is a true feast for the senses. The vibrant colors of crisp lettuce, juicy tomatoes, and vibrant green herbs combine to create a picturesque canvas on which to sprinkle crunchy toasted pita bread.

The dressing, tangy with lemon juice and sumac, adds a refreshing zing to every bite, while the feta cheese crumbles provide a delicious salty contrast. Each forkful of this beloved Lebanese dish brings a satisfying crunch, a burst of flavor, and a sense of connection to the rich culinary heritage of the Mediterranean.

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French Carrot Salad

French Carrot Salad (3)

We try different salads in our rotations, but this FRENCH Carrot gives you the perfect spicy taste and refreshing feel.

It combines different vegetables, nuts, and fruits that are very healthy. It gives you the best option to serve it to your friends at summer parties, lunch, and dinner as a main meal or as a side dish with other options. You can pair it up with Pot Crustless Quiche, Keto FRENCH Onion Soup, Chicken Coq AU Vin, and Baked Chilean Sea Bass.

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Potato Salad

Potato Salad
Potato Salad

The thing I like the most about potato salad is that it can be made spicy and non-spicy. You can customize the ingredients and add additional veggies as well. All you need is some mayo, sour cream, mustard, and vinegar blend.

Throw in boiled and cubed potatoes, eggs, green onion, and anything you like. Spice it up with paprika or cayenne. Fresh ground black pepper and kosher salt will make a less spicy version of it.

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Spinach and Carrot Salad

Spinach and Carrot Salad
Spinach and Carrot Salad

Salads do not necessarily need to have all the regular veggies. Try this salad which has a combination of sauteed spinach, carrots, raisins, and almonds. While the spinach loses its crunch when sauteed, roasted almonds add to the nutty and crunchy texture.

Boost up the flavors using the tangy Italian salad dressing. Raisins, pine nuts, and pecans can also be incorporated to make it a variation of a classic winter salad.


Cabbage Salad

Pear and Cabbage Salad

This side dish recipe is For the people who always count calories at the dinner table. Chop up the cabbage and toss in the vinaigrette. Salt and ground pepper add to taste.

It gives a desired crunch to the salmon patties without adding to the caloric count of the meal. But, you can always be creative and toss in more vegetables, like julienned carrots, cucumbers, and some lettuce leaves to make it a more crunchy salad.


Tropical Fruit Mix Salad

Fruit Salad

Tropical fruits almost always boost the flavors of any main meal. Their citrus content allows iron to be well absorbed by the body, making the feed more nutritionally useful.

You can use any seasonal fruits, but tropical ones like peaches, pineapples, kiwis, oranges, and pomegranates work well together. The citrus also boosts the appetite. Fruit-based dishes also help to keep your skin healthy and glowing.


Classic Vegetable Salad

Chopped Vegetable Salad

Carrots, bell peppers, shallots, and cucumbers make a great combination for a zesty vegetable salad. The vinaigrette dressing not only enhances the vegetable flavor but also blends well with the taste of salmon patties.

It requires no cooking, no fancy ingredients, and absolutely no time. Season the salad with a dash of sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Of course, you can get creative and toss in some corn, olives, baby tomatoes, or any other veggies you like.


Vegetable Dishes

Roasted Cauliflower Florets

Roasted Cauliflower Florets
Roasted Cauliflower Florets

When salmon is fulfilling your protein requirement, pair it up with cauliflower to make it an ideal keto diet meal. The unique thing about this recipe is that it gives a burst of flavor to salmon patties.

The roasted cauliflower is coated with old bay seasoning, which goes extremely well with seafood. If you have less cauliflower, toss up some broccoli to increase the content and taste of the dish. Or you can also serve them as a side with Beef and Broccoli.


Stir Fry Corn

stir-fry corn

Corn is a delicious and versatile food. It combines well with vegetables, meat, and even fruit salads. This is why it is a perfect main ingredient to pull off a side dish. This corn stir fry uses shallots and red and green bell peppers to add to the color and flavor appeal.

Stir fry all of them in olive oil along with chopped garlic. Season with salt and black pepper, and garnish with rosemary and parsley. You can serve this with plain pasta, quinoa, or cumin rice.

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Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges

Crispy Baked Sweet Potato Wedges

If you cannot think of anything else, Why not pair up the universal food with the salmon patties? Sweet potatoes, when baked with light herbs and peppers, give a blended flavor to any seafood.

They are rich in carbs and make the meal complete. Baked wedges are healthy because they are not fried and contain less fat. Serve with a Greek yogurt dip or classic tartar sauce.


Crispy Fried Okra

Southern fried okra

Okra itself has a delicious flavor and is added to many vegetable dishes. Okra can be fried with gram flour and spices to form a lip-smacking appetizer or side. This vegetable side complements the main meat course.

To flavor it, you can pull off some easy homemade sauces, such as ranch dressing, barbecue sauce, or chili garlic sauce. Serve it on a bed of plain quinoa or lemon garlic rice.


Cheese and Zucchini Casserole

Cheesy Zucchini Casserole

Zucchini is a vegetable with a mild flavor but is full of nutrients. When paired with a protein-rich meal such as salmon patties, it makes a healthy dinner option. Chicken might not be the only thing you want to add to your deep-dish casseroles.

Zucchini is a vegetarian option and makes a great baked side. You can boost the flavors by adding mushrooms, olives, capsicums, or corn. Mozzarella will bring a good golden top when baked. Garnish with dried oregano.


Sauteed Okra

Sauteed Okra

When an animal protein is being cooked, I have to rush to my cookbook to find some vegan side. And sauteed okra is one of the easiest. I usually keep it simple, just a bit of olive oil and salt, but feel free to use various herbs. Spices or lemon juice also enhance okra’s flavor.

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Grains and Legumes

Southern Butter Beans

Southern Butter Beans

A unique type of bean is lima beans, which are buttery, and especially found in southern parts of the US. These have a very creamy texture and delicious flavor. Cook them up with onions garlic and a few chunks of chicken.

Add bell peppers and chopped cabbage for a more diverse flavor. Although it is a complete meal, it goes well as a side with various fish dishes. Beans are especially good for growing children because of their high protein content.


Herb and Lemon Quinoa

Quinoa with Lemon and Almonds

Quinoa is popular for its somewhat crispy texture and high nutritional value. It is cooked in many ways and combines well with most seafood flavors. This quinoa recipe is relatively mild, using aroma and flavor from herbs only. Shallots and parsley not only add to the taste but also the color appeal. Lemon adds the desired tang, which is enjoyed when paired with Fish.


Louisiana Beef Rice

Louisiana Beef Rice

If your children fuss about eating meat or mince, here is the recipe to feed them their portions: Mince, ground sausages, bell peppers, onion, And celery make up the most comforting side you can ever have.

It’s so easy to make, and the herbs like oregano, thyme, parsley, and bay leaf add flavor to the blandness of white rice. With the right cooking technique, this classic Louisiana Beef Rice makes a heavenly side dish with salmon patties.


Cheesy Spinach Orzo

Creamy Spinach Orzo
Creamy Spinach Orzo

Having a malnourished child or a picky eater poses many challenges. The first is to feed as many nutrients as possible in one meal. With this Cheesy Spinach Orzo, you get to provide your child with a portion of veggies, protein, and a unique variety of pasta.

It is a complete meal that is appealing but goes well with salmon patties. Add mozzarella on the top and bake for 5 minutes for a nice golden appearance.


Finger Foods

Cheesy Onion Rings

Cheesy Onion Rings
Cheesy Onion Rings

A classic burger is all about a juicy salmon patty, a lip-smacking mayo garlic sauce, and two or more cheesy onion rings. It is a three-ingredient recipe and so easy to pull off but tastes scrumptious.

Taste advice; use mozzarella cheese to give in more flavor, pulling apart cheese strings. Onion rings go well in a burger, but you can also serve them as an individual side dish with baked chicken.


Classic Indian Baba Ganoush

Classic Indian Baba Ganoush
Classic Indian Baba Ganoush

What a unique name for a side dish, Baba Ganoush. Eggplant, tahini, and garlic are boldly flavored ingredients that enhance any simple meal served with them. So why not blend them all and serve with a few tortilla chips?

Serve your family this Classic Indian recipe with restaurant-style Salmon Patties. But don’t worry, it might sound like a fancy dish, but it is easy to pull off, and you do not require many ingredients.


Boiled Shrimp Foils

Boiled Shrimp Foils
Boiled Shrimp Foils

Shrimps are best when they are fried! But try these boiled shrimp foils and forget your old recipes. Add corn, potatoes, and cajun and bake them wrapped in foil. With the right technique, time, and temperature, you will end up with a soft, saucy, and flavorful side that might become your child’s next favorite. You can also add andouille sausage, but consider removing it before serving because it has a bold flavor.


Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet Potato Fries with Avocado Dip

Sweet potato fries are everyone’s favorite because of their crispiness and spicy flavor. You can make them as spicy as you want. These fries are very well baked but not greasy. Potato fries can be as salty and spicy as you wish. Its tossed oil and sprinkled spices make them so addictive and worth eating.

These baked sweet fries contain a vast amount of redeeming nutrition properties. Once you know how they cook, then you never resist cooking them again.

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Air Fryer Baked Potatoes

Air Fryer Baked Potatoes - 1

We may ask ourselves, what complements best with salmon? The answer? Potato fries. Although I love it when they are fired! But since we want to keep things healthy here, let us just bake them. Top them with garlic powder, chicken powder, oregano, basil, cayenne pepper, or whatever is your favorite flavor.

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Sauces, Dips And Soups

French Remoulade Sauce

French Remoulade Sauce

French Remoulade sauce has its origins in France. It is a good alternative to the usual tartar sauce and hits differently to tantalize the taste buds. Usually, it incorporates mayo, dijon mustard, Worcestershire, tabasco sauce, and lemon juice.

Flavor up this blend using chopped garlic, capers, and paprika. It is a bit spicy, so it goes well with salmon patties, fried fish, and glazed lemon pepper wings.


Warm Avocado Soup

Avocado Soup

Avocado soup! And that’s too warm! It might sound a bit surprising, but this is the recipe. Avocado is rich in nutrients, and when you add garlic and onion to its soup, it becomes bold and flavorful.

This soup will surely warm you up on a Chilly winter evening and is especially good for cold-sick children. Oh! It makes a perfect side with those crispy salmon patties.


Milky Corn Chowder

Corn Chowder

Soup and fish is a combination that never goes wrong so when out of ideas, give this milky corn chowder a shot. Not only corn, but it also has bell peppers, carrots, and celery to give a different burst of flavor.

Its creamy texture is attributed to the addition of milk to the broth. Freshly ground black pepper and salt add to the taste. Serve with bread croutons or tortilla chips to give it a crunch.


Side Dishes for Salmon Patties

24 Best Side Dishes for Salmon Patties

Adalynn Ward
Want to have a delicious pack of sides with Salmon patties? Try these best side dishes for salmon patties that will lighten up your mood.
5 from 10 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Side Dish
Servings 4 people

Ingredients

  • 1 Lebanese Fattoush Salad
  • 1 Classic Vegetable Salad
  • 1 Roasted Cauliflower Florets
  • 1 Stir Fry Summer Corn
  • 1 Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges
  • 1 Southern Style Butter Beans
  • 1 Crispy Fried Okra
  • 1 French Remoulade Sauce
  • 1 Cheese and Zucchini Casserole
  • 1 Herb and Lemon Quinoa
  • 1 Potato Salad
  • 1 Spinach and Carrot Salad
  • 1 Milky Corn Chowder
  • 1 Classic Louisiana Beef Rice
  • 1 Simple Cabbage Salad
  • 1 Onion Rings With Cheese
  • 1 Spinach Orzo With Cheese
  • 1 Tropical Fruit Mix Salad
  • 1 Classic Indian Baba Ganoush
  • 1 Boiled Shrimp Foils
  • 1 Warm Avocado Soup

How to Make?

  • Choose one of the best side dishes for Salmon patties and open your favourite recipe in the new tab.
  • Gather all the ingredients and material required for making that side dish.
  • Make sure to follow all the steps and instructions for making the recipe.
  • I hope you have successfully made your best side that goes well with salmon patties.
  • Don't forget to leave your feedback in the comments.

Nutrition

Serving: 100gCalories: 150kcalCarbohydrates: 25gProtein: 5g
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