Recipe: Tassal's Salmon Rashers with mushy peas | Salmon fritters

Aussies LOVE brunch. Sitting outside the local café, sipping on a coffee and tucking into a delicious brekkie of eggs benedict with smoked salmon & avocado is the perfect start to the weekend for many of us.
Gastrology recently test drove Tassal’s new Salmon Rashers which make it seriously easy to enjoy café-style salmon at home. These Rashers are an easy, healthy and delicious accompaniment to any brunch. Designed as ‘salmon that sizzles,’ the Rashers are great for pan-frying and have a delicious smoky flavour from being smoked in Beechwood chips.

Here are our 2 easy recipes using Tassal's new Salmon Rashers. Enjoy!

Recipe: Salmon with mushy peas

200g Tassal’s Salmon Rashers
250g frozen peas
1/4 Onion
Lemon juice
Olive oil


  1. Cook peas and onion in a large saucepan of boiling water for 5 minutes or until bright green and tender.
  2. Drain. 
  3. Transfer peas to a food processor. Process until smooth. 
  4. Squeeze in some lemon juice and season with pepper (to taste). 
  5. Sizzle some Tassal’s Salmon Rashers in the pan with some olive oil for a few minutes each side until golden.
  6. Serve! This recipe also goes great with eggs, tomato and avocado for a tasty and healthy brekkie.

Recipe: Salmon fritters

200g Tassal’s Salmon Rashers, diced into cubes
 2 onions, thinly sliced
 1/4 cup self-raising flour
 2 eggs, lightly beaten
 Olive oil
 200g asparagus (lightly steamed for 5 minutes) and then trimmed


  1. Mix salmon, onion, flour, asparagus and egg in a large bowl. Season with pepper.
  2. Heat some oil in a pan and spoon to form a circle and fry the mixture. Use 1/4 of the mixture at a time so you end up with 4 fritters.
  3. Serve! We recommend serving this with a wedge of lemon to squeeze over the fritter.

Tassal’s new Salmon Rashers make it super easy and delicious to enjoy café-style salmon in the comfort of your own home. It is a great way reap the health benefits of incorporating salmon into your diet.