Osteoporosis Canada

PREP TIME: 10 mins

COOK TIME: 10 mins

SERVES: 6

PREP TIME: 10 mins
COOK TIME: 10 mins
SERVES: 6

Ingredients

Enjoy canned salmon for a family meal easily by extending it with canned beans. These easy cakes are great to enjoy over warm greens or tucked into a whole wheat bun as a burger.

1 can (213 g) wild red pacific/sockeye salmon, drained
1 can (19 oz/540 mL) no salt added chickpeas, drained and rinsed
2 green onions, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced and divided
2 tbsp (25 mL) light mayonnaise
1/4 tsp (1 mL) hot pepper flakes
1/4 tsp (1 mL) dried marjoram leaves or dill weed
1 cup (250 mL) bran flakes, crushed
1 pkg (11 oz/300 g) baby spinach, rinsed with water clinging to leaves

Preparation

  1. In a large bowl, using a potato masher, mash together salmon, including bones and chickpeas until fairly smooth. Stir in green onions, half of the garlic, mayonnaise, hot pepper flakes and marjoram.
  2. Shape mixture into 6 patties and coat in bran flakes. Place on parchment paper lined baking sheet. Bake in preheated 425 F (220 C) oven for about 10 minutes or until heated through.
  3. Meanwhile, in a large skillet wilt spinach with remaining garlic. Divide among plates and top with patties.

DID YOU KNOW?

Bone is a living tissue, that is constantly renewing and repairing itself from everyday wear and tear.  However, like many nutrients, calcium is absorbed less effectively as we age.  Try out our calcium calculator to see if you are getting enough in your daily diet.

Emily Richards
Recipe by

Emily Richards

Professional Home Economist

Nutritional Information (Per Serving)

  • Calories
    184
  • Saturated
    1g
  • Fat
    6g
  • Trans
    0g
  • Cholesterol
    9mg
  • Sodium
    256mg
  • Fibre
    5g
  • Potassium
    581mg
  • Carbohydrate
    22g
  • Sugars
    1g
  • Iron
    25%
  • Vitamin C
    25%
  • Protein
    12g
  • Vitamin A
    50%

* The percentage of calcium is based on the Osteoporosis Canada’s daily calcium requirement for people under 50 years of age of 1000 mg.

Osteoporosis Canada’s position on nutrition for healthy bones focuses on calcium and vitamin D while stressing a well-balanced diet which includes fiber and whole grains, vitamins and minerals and protein.

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