Salmon & Shrimp Cakes with Double Radish Sauce

How did I live my life without radish sauce? Radish sauce is a delicious and nutritious accompaniment to many recipes, but is especially delicious with these great salmon cakes.

Course: Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Canned Salmon, horseradish, shrimp


Salmon and Shrimp Cakes

  • 2 7.5 oz Cans ThinkPink and/or Redhead Traditional
  • 1/2 LB Small Bay Shrimp Preferably wild caught from Oregon
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 Cup green peas Canned, Frozen or Steamed Fresh
  • 3/4 Cup green onions Thinly sliced
  • 1/3 Cup mayonnaise or Vegannaise
  • 2 Cups Panko Breadcrumbs Divided
  • 2 TBL fresh tarragon (or 2 tsp dried) Minced
  • 2 TBL Vegetable or Avocado Oil
  • Salt and Pepper To taste

Double Radish Sauce

  • 1/3 Cup Light Sour Cream
  • 1 1/2 Cup Red or Daikon Radishes Shredded
  • 1 1/2 TBL horseradish Cream Style


  • Using a food processor, pulse shrimp until finely minced.
  • Put the minced shrimp to large bowl and add salmon, eggs, peas, scallion, 1 cup of the bread crumbs, mayonnaise, tarragon, and salt& pepper. Stir well.
  • Divide into 12 portions, shape into cakes and coat with reserved breadcrumbs.
  • Heat large skillet over medium high, then add 1 TBSP oil. Reduce heat to medium, brown patties cooking about 4 minutes per side or until golden brown. Don’t crowd the pan. Keep patties warm in 250 degrees oven and then cook remaining.

Double Radish Sauce

  • In small bowl mix together shredded radish, sour cream and horseradish. Season with salt and pepper.


These cakes freeze beautifully. Make a double batch and securely wrap the uncooked cakes and freeze. Bake at 425 degrees for 20 minutes or heat them in a lightly oiled frying pan.
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5 comments on “Salmon & Shrimp Cakes with Double Radish Sauce”

  1. Just ordered some of your canned pink salmon. Are the shrimp in the recipe raw or pre cooked? The best place to buy from?

    1. I live on the west coast and here we have readily available pre-cooked little Oregon pink shrimp. They are not especially expensive, and I find them to be delicious. I always go for wild shrimp, of course.

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