Easy Salmon Cakes with Chipotle Lime Sauce

Mouth-watering easy salmon cakes with chipotle lime sauce are the perfect meal when the family is craving crab cakes!

I love crab cakes, but they can be time-consuming to make, the ingredients are expensive, and being that they are fried they are not that healthy. So the real challenge is, how do I make a healthier and affordable version with minimal effort? Today’s recipe, of course, is the answer!

Salmon Cakes with Just Mayo

I’ve partnered up Hampton Creek to bring you this deliciously easy recipe made with my favorite Just Mayo flavor: Chipotle!

The chipotle mayo is used to bind and flavor these salmon cakes, eliminating measuring out seasonings. By using canned salmon, I found these salmon cakes to be an affordable meal.

These salmon cakes are also naturally gluten-free (and Paleo) since I used sweet potato instead of bread crumbs. Add those, plus a few other ingredients and I have a high protein meal idea.

Living in the South, I have a lot of fresh seafood available nearly year-round, which means that we eat it at least once a week. Salmon, however, can get pricey when feeding 6 of us for dinner, so this is the perfect solution to get all the Omega 3 benefits!

Salmon Cakes with Just Mayo

The first time I made these, I told my family we had salmon cakes for dinner. My daughter said: “Mom, you mean crab cakes!” When we sat down to eat, they still did not believe it was salmon. Apparently, they “don’t taste fishy at all!” she exclaimed.

Figuring out the perfect amount of seasoning can get tricky. Even though we live in the South, spice is not something that sits well with my kids. By using the Chipotle flavored Just Mayo, I eliminated all the seasoning, and it was a winner flavor for my kids.

Just Mayo has a creamy texture and bright flavor that rivals even homemade mayo. The ingredients are the type you can feel good about eating, and it comes in four tasty flavors – Original, Chipotle, Sriracha, and Garlic.

Want to kick these salmon cakes up a notch? Substitute the Sriracha flavored mayo for the Chipotle. That is the kind of adult salmon cake you are going to want to eat all the time.

Just Mayo is the easy choice for those of you with allergies or special diets since it is egg-free, soy-free, dairy-free, lactose-free, gluten-free, nut-free, non-GMO, and kosher. So if you have a lot of allergies in the house, it’s a great choice for store bought mayo.

Back to the salmon cakes. I made a quick video to show you how these salmon cakes come together in a bowl, without having to hand shape them or frying!

My mouth is watering just by talking about these Chipotle salmon cakes! I typically serve them over a bed of field greens or arugula and use a little more Just Mayo to make a sauce that compliments the flavors further.

What’s terrific about these salmon cakes is that leftovers can be packed inside a lunchbox and brought to the office. This recipe is a win-win meal for me!

Salmon Cakes with Just Mayo

What’s your favorite way of using Just Mayo?

Easy Salmon Cakes

Salmon Cakes with Just Mayo
  • Author: Laura Fuentes
  • Yield: 4-6 servings


For the Salmon Cakes:

  • 14 ounces canned salmon, drained
  • 1/4 cup finely diced onion
  • 2 tablespoons finely minced fresh cilantro
  • 1 1/3 cup mashed baked sweet potato (about 1 very large sweet potato)
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1/3 cup Just Mayo Chipotle Mayonnaise
  • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • Kosher salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper

For the Sauce:

  • 1/4 cup Just Mayo Chipotle Mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice


  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F, and grease a 12-muffin pan with oil or spray.
  2. In a large bowl, mix together the salmon, onions, and cilantro. Add the mashed sweet potato to the mixture, and gently combine.
  3. Add eggs, Chipotle mayo, and red pepper flakes. Using your hands, mix everything so you can be sure all the salmon is thoroughly mixed in with the sweet potato.
  4. Fill each greased mini muffin tin with about 2 tablespoons worth of mixture. Press down with the back of a teaspoon (or your fingers) until it’s compacted in.
  5. Bake the salmon cakes for about 16 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  6. Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack. The easiest way to remove from the muffin tin and wire rack together and then giving them a good shake.
  7. In a medium bowl, whisk to combine Chipotle Mayo, water, and lime juice.
  8. Serve salmon cakes over a bed of lettuce and drizzle with Chipotle Lime Sauce.

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Leave a Reply 131 comments

Jama Harris - November 12, 2015 Reply

I enjoy homemaking a coleslaw sauce with mayo! It’s great to know about a healthier option! These salmon cakes look delicious!

    Laura Fuentes - November 12, 2015 Reply

    I hope you decide to try them and enjoy them Jama! 🙂

Betty Saboe - November 13, 2015 Reply

I use mayo for coleslaw and potato salad. Do like salmon and salmon cakes. These look good.

Tiffany - November 13, 2015 Reply

I’m such s fan of crab cakes and salmon cakes. What a simple no-fry recipe!! I have to try it!

Kendall - November 13, 2015 Reply

I like using flavored mayo to jazz up a plain turkey sammie or wrap. Also, it amps up the flavor in an open-faced tuna melt!

    Laura Fuentes - November 13, 2015 Reply

    That sounds delicious!!

Heather - November 13, 2015 Reply

I love to use the peppered mayo with olive oil to had a bit of extra flavor to my homemade chicken salad.

Serena - November 13, 2015 Reply

I like to use chipotle mayo on fish tacos!

    Laura Fuentes - November 13, 2015 Reply

    The best!!!

Sarah - November 14, 2015 Reply

I love chipotle mayo on chicken sandwiches!

Cassandra - November 15, 2015 Reply

I like dijonase. Dijon mustard with mayo. Great on sandwiches!

Amanda - November 15, 2015 Reply

Unfortunately, I am not very adventurous with mayo, but this looks like a must try!! Looks like something my kids would actually like, they love some kind of condiment on practically everything.

Sarah - November 15, 2015 Reply

Dadgummit! Now, why didn’t I think to cook them in a muffin tin?? Much easier and you can make them all at once versus my pan method where I can only make a few at a time. Guess that’s why I subscribe! Good job laura!

    Laura Fuentes - November 15, 2015 Reply

    Seems so simple, right? I’ve been hand shaping them for years myself!! lol

Sarah esses - November 15, 2015 Reply

I use a small amount of mayo and lots of spicy mustard in tuna salad.

Elizabeth - November 15, 2015 Reply

I’ve never seen Just Mayo before, but I’ve been looking for a healthier alternative to what we use now. I’ll be on the look out on my next trip to the store!

Christine Turner - November 15, 2015 Reply

I love using the boars head fiery chipotle gourmaise on homemade sub sandwiches for my husband and myself. It’s delish! Too spicy my 5 kids though but I’ll have to try the Just Mayo in this recipe and see how the kids like it.

Michelle Spott - November 15, 2015 Reply

I use mayo in a tuna melt!!! Always looking for other ideas and these salmon cakes look delicious!

Stephanie - November 15, 2015 Reply

French fries! Best thing ever with mayo… Add a dab of siracha and it’s even better 🙂

Carlyn - November 15, 2015 Reply

I sure can’t wait to grab this flavored mayo at the store! 🙂 It seems like a great time saver! I used to make my own flavored mayo with my crab cakes awhile ago (before I had kids) and my husband loved it!! But now, with two kids (and one on the way), anything to help shorten my prep time in the kitchen is a winner!!

Andi - November 15, 2015 Reply

I love using spicy mayo on all my sandwiches. The chipotle mayo looks incredible on these salmon cakes! And cooking them in a muffin tin is genius! Can’t wait to try them 🙂

Kristen - November 15, 2015 Reply

Very disappointed to find Just Mayo is made of canola oil. Many people don’t seem to know how unhealthy canola oil is. I’m excited about the recipe but not sure how to flavor since I would never use canola oil.

Tracie M - November 15, 2015 Reply

This looks so amazing! Always looking for fish recipes that the kids will enjoy. I have never used Just Mayo but it looks awesome.

thuy n.. - November 15, 2015 Reply

Mayo in my Deviled eggs

Sue Tengowski - November 15, 2015 Reply

I like to add a little mayo to my mix of sliced cucumbers and tomatoes, and eat it as a salad.

Abbie - November 15, 2015 Reply

Am I missing something? I don’t see any mayo in the ingredients list or instructions.
I make my own mayo with avocado oil, but I may add some sriracha to make these, once I find out quantities…

sathiya - November 15, 2015 Reply

Love it with my home made turkey burgers. yum

Alex - November 15, 2015 Reply

Flavored mayo really elevates a BLT. Great idea using the muffin tin to shape and bake the salmon cakes!

Sarah - November 15, 2015 Reply

We use mayo in canned salmon and make “tuna” salad.

Cathy - November 15, 2015 Reply

It’s totally boring, but my favorite way is sandwiches. Thank you for the giveaway!

Stephanie - November 15, 2015 Reply

I have never used flavored mayo, but would be interested in doing so.
But I used regular mayo too often I’m sure!

Cyndee Galustian - November 15, 2015 Reply

I’ve always been curious about canned salmon but never knew how to use it. Salmon is my fave fish, I can’t wait to try your recipe! It looks and sounds wonderful! We like to use mayo on lots of things, we mix it with ketchup (sometimes not) to dip baked fries in, we like it on sandwiches, burgers, coleslaw or potato salad, even tomato salad. I have not seen this mayo before but will definitely buy it as I have many allergies and this will be a godsend. Thank you for the tip:)

Bella - November 15, 2015 Reply

I make avocado mayo – by pureeing avocado with Mayo – its great as a dip for fish & chips 🙂

Tanya - November 15, 2015 Reply

I use it in my deviled eggs. Kicks it up a notch and makes ordinary eggs extraordinary!

Kim - November 16, 2015 Reply

I make a buffalo chicken pasta salad that includes mayo combined with blue cheese dressing and buffalo sauce. Definitely my favorite way to flavor and use mayo!

Laura B - November 16, 2015 Reply

I just love using it on sandwiches, I haven’t been to creative with flavored mayo otherwise, I’d love to try these crab cakes though!

Cara - November 16, 2015 Reply

I love flavored mayo as a garnish/dipping sauce for homemade chicken nuggets, chicken sandwiches and even sometimes french fries!

Melanie - November 16, 2015 Reply

I love chipotle mayo on fish tacos and homemade pesto mayo on grilled chicken sandwiches with provolone and roasted red peppers.

Nancy D. - November 16, 2015 Reply

When is there not a good time to use flavored mayo??? Potatoes, Seafood, Steak….Love it ALL!

Lyne - November 16, 2015 Reply

Chipotle mayo, a dash of lemon juice, a little Italian spice, onion powder, garlic powder and enough coconut milk to make it a sauce and dip baked sweat potato.

Marin - November 16, 2015 Reply

I love to use flavored mayo on my veggie burgers My little ones love to dip their homemade sweet potato fries in it. Will def be trying this salmon cake recipe.

LaTanya - November 16, 2015 Reply

I like using it on salads mixed with ketcup.

Taresa - November 16, 2015 Reply

I love using flavored mayo on fish tacos. The spice and smokiness from the chipotle balances the sweetness in my mango salsa!!

Mitzi - November 16, 2015 Reply

I’ve actually never tried flavored mayo, so this sounded really good considering I like something with a little kick.

Jennifer McDonald - November 16, 2015 Reply

I like putting flavored mayo on hamburgers. Its a lemon and thyme flavored mayo that I use.

Julie W. - November 16, 2015 Reply

Definitely love to use flavored mayo in deviled eggs and all kinds of sandwiches.

JoAnn O. - November 16, 2015 Reply

I sometimes use olive oil mayo in mac and cheese, cakes, and on top of baked chicken to make it super moist. I used to avoid mayo until the olive oil, omega varieties became available.

Kelli - November 16, 2015 Reply

I am a mayo lover! I love all kinds of flavors but I must say that the chipotle is my favorite. I love it on any kind of sandwich. But I think my favorite guilty pleasure using mayo is getting the house mayo from a Italian place we have in my area and mixing it with their house sauce and then dipping my fries in it. Soooo good!

lisa franklin - November 16, 2015 Reply

with ham sandwiches or in homemade coleslaw. i don’t see the just mayo listed in this recipe. do you use it in the cakes or just as a serving sauce?

Maria - November 16, 2015 Reply

Have not tried flavored mayo bit have baked my chicken with a mayo and parmesan cheese topping.

Karina - November 16, 2015 Reply

I make my own mayo with soy milk, lemon, olive oil and spices. I like it with my vegan version of a typical middle east dish called “kibe”. Recipe (in Portuguese): http://www.vidacampestre.com.br/2012/01/quibe-vegetariano-sem-pvt.html

Caitlin - November 16, 2015 Reply

There’s a Steakhouse Mayo by Kraft, I think, that I love to use on steak sandwiches. I make a Philly cheese-steak style sandwich with crusty bread, provolone cheese and sliced, grilled steak. I spread some of the peppery Steakhouse Mayo on both pieces of bread and it adds the perfect kick with one simple step.

fran - November 16, 2015 Reply

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! just mayo! my year-round staple is macaroni, sliced green olives (save the juice!), tuna or salmon, diced celery with JUST MAYO and dash of mojo sauce. add the olive juice to your desired consistency.

Sandra D - November 16, 2015 Reply

Mayo on eggs! Fries with sriracha mayo are wonderful.

Rachel - November 16, 2015 Reply

I love to use mayo on swordfish steaks when grilling. It helps maintain moisture in the fish. I think I will try chipotle flavor next time. Love the salmon cakes. Can’t wait to try them.

Katia Segre Cohen - November 17, 2015 Reply

I use Just Mayo Chipotle Mayonnaise on canned tuna to make a delish, quick and easy lunch. It’s so good you can eat it right out of the can with the mayo on top. It’s also good on a baked sweet potato so you get spicy and sweet and creamy and yummy.

Steffanie May - November 17, 2015 Reply

I use mayo in a chicken salad recipe with dill and Dijon mustard. It is so yummy. I am excited to try your salmon cakes:)

Talia B. - November 17, 2015 Reply

Chipotle Mayo is the only kind I like. I feel no burger is complete without it.

Grace - November 18, 2015 Reply

I’ve never tried flavored mayo, but it makes so much sense! The chipotle just mayo looks perfect for these salmon cakes, and I will definitely be trying them out. I think I’d also like flavored mayo on my sandwiches and maybe for dipping french fries!!

Kalee - November 18, 2015 Reply

I’ve only used flavored mayo for sandwiches but these look so good!

Kristina - November 18, 2015 Reply

For slaws, but also in the cheese/artichoke hot sandwhich my family likes

Lauren - November 18, 2015 Reply

I like mixing mayo, ketchup, and a little paprika for a dip for baked french fries, tater tots, and onion rings!

Charlene Argaez - November 18, 2015 Reply

It might not be terribly unique, but I use Mayo for the base in homemade Caesar salad dressing.
I often make Sriracha or Buffalo dip with Mayo, too.

Maureen - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love to use a little mayo for a delcious waldorf salad. I don’t use mayo much because of the ingredients so looking forward to trying just mayo, sounds great.

Jana - November 18, 2015 Reply

I am European and we love our Mayo on French fries.

Esmeralda - November 18, 2015 Reply

I absolutely love mayo, any kind, and I especially like to add plain mayo to my roasted corn on the cob with cotija cheese and paprika. Yum!!

Donna Hardy - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love experimenting with food, especially condiments too! I’ve used this mayonnaise to make a new twist for Baked Crab Ragoons or using it for a Chicken or Beef Satay with a Spicy Peanut Sauce. I enjoy eating spicy foods and this sure has a delicious twist!

Donna Hardy - November 18, 2015 Reply

Possibilities are endless with mayonnaise! Mayonnaise is always in my fridge as a standby for last minute guests for instant dips with cream cheese or yogurt and flavorings! Love it in my deviled eggs, baked crab ragoons, homemade cakes or brownies (make them super moist)!

Melissa - November 18, 2015 Reply

I I use mayo as a coating for my baked chicken. Also, My sister and I use mayo in a chocolate cake recipe.

Athena Gardner - November 18, 2015 Reply

My husbands family being from the south uses mayo for everything! Including pear salad & peanut butter mayo and banana sandwiches!!

Dana - November 18, 2015 Reply

I put a dollop of mayo in smashed beans, along with a pinch of ground coffee and a squirt of ketchup (itty bitty), taught to me by my mother-in-law (Costa Rican). I don’t know why it works, but I can tell the difference when it’s missing.

Jamie - November 18, 2015 Reply

I’m so boring – egg salad?

Mary - November 18, 2015 Reply

I use mayo to make tarter sauce and fry sauce. And I mix it with Sriracha to make a a yummy dip for calamari.

Joyce - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love Just Mayo! At different times, I have mixed the flavored varieties with a can of tuna, salt and pepper and paired it with crackers and veggies for a simple lunch.

Priscilla W. - November 18, 2015 Reply

My mayo secret is ….. We use it on grilled corn. A touch of garlic powder and cayenne pepper. Makes it even better. Sprinkle with either paramsean or crumble cheese, cilantro, lime juice and bacon! Finger looking good.

Lucia Mesaros - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love this recipe idea. My 8 year old daughter loves grilled salmon with maple syrup drizzled on it. I think she will love this recipe too so I can’t wait to try it. The Chipotle Mayonnaise is great on sandwiches!

Melissa - November 18, 2015 Reply

I just a few tablespoons of mayo with some dijon and other seasonings to coat porkchops before applying a light breading and baking. It helps keep them moist and gives some wiggle room on the cook time.

Jennifer - November 18, 2015 Reply

I’ve never had flavored mayo. I do use regular mayo mix it with taco seasoning for wraps. Another hint -a tbsp of mayo in cornbreadcornbread- sounds odd but keeps bread moist.

Carrie - November 18, 2015 Reply

I use Mayo with canned corn beef with pickle relish and seasoning. I put it on a bun and warm it in the oven. Yumm…

Annie - November 18, 2015 Reply

Love pesto mayo with my club sandwiches 🙂

Jamie Thompson - November 18, 2015 Reply

Mayo mixed with ketchup. The bomb.com…:-)

    Laura Fuentes - November 18, 2015 Reply

    and dipping fries in it? the bomb.com2.0!!

Ruby Miller - November 18, 2015 Reply

Just Mayo garlic flavor mixed with ketchup and sweet pickle relish makes a salad dressing that is just the BEST! All ages love it. Just Mayo original spread on toast with thick sliced tomatoes and some freshly ground pepper is also wonderful.

Catherine l. - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love putting flavored mayo on my grilled cheese sandwich. Talk about rich and creamy. The butter, the mayo, the cheese and the avocado. Oh yum!

Darren Stokes - November 18, 2015 Reply

Sriracha and Mayo for a delish spread.

Meghan Daniels - November 18, 2015 Reply

I use mayo for making Deviled Eggs.

grace - November 18, 2015 Reply

we don’t use much mayo around the house but thank you for sharing this recipe, we may be starting using more mayo. can’t wait to try this!

Melissa - November 18, 2015 Reply

I’ve used mayo in biscuits and had an aunt who made a chocolate cake with mayonnaise.

Ana - November 18, 2015 Reply

Mayo is a must in our Tuna Russian Salad (ensalada rusa in spanish)! This is served in various restaurants in Portugal and Spain and we love to do it at home. Simple, healty and delicous!

Heather - November 18, 2015 Reply

I like using mayo on leftover steaks for a steak sandwich.

Lyndsay - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love to eat mayo with just about anything. However it’s a great hair conditioner! Let it sit on wet hair with shower cap as long as you can.

Jenny - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love to mix things with mayo and use it for dipping sauces. Ketchup, wasabi, roasted garlic, and miso paste all make tasty mix-ins.

Zeynep - November 18, 2015 Reply

I like to use Mayo in pasta salad , mixing with plain yogurt.

Eileen - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love chipotle mayo on fish tacos!! This recipe looks great!! Can’t wait to try it!!

laura - November 18, 2015 Reply

Our family’s favorite way to use mayo is on chicken quesadillas. My 12 & 14 year old would eat this every night! I use mayo, sugar, cumin, cayenne, paprika, garlic, salt & diced jalapenos to make a delicious mayo sauce. I keep this in a squirt bottle (use an recycled mayo bottle) in the fridge along with cooked diced chicken. They can assemble anytime for a quick meal- just squirt a little of the flavored mayo onto your tortilla, add a little chicken & some cheese, fold & heat either in the microwave, in a panini press, or on the stove in a frying pan, just enough to melt the cheese! Yum!

Tara Kidd - November 18, 2015 Reply

I like to use mayonnaise instead of butter when toasting rolls. Also spreading mayo on chicken before grilling gives it great flavor and color

Rochelle - November 18, 2015 Reply

Curry mayo on cumin spiced lentil burgers.

Lori - November 18, 2015 Reply

I like using mayo in a pretzel dip my son likes – it doesn’t add flavor to anything, but it is an awesome dip for pretzels and crackers!

Esse - November 18, 2015 Reply

We like to make jalapeño mayo (just mix diced jalapeños in the mayo) and put it on pretty much any kind of poboy/sandwich.

Dona Perkins - November 18, 2015 Reply

I’ve never seen these flavored mayos, but they sound DELISH! I usually use mayo in chicken salad, potato salad, and just a little bit on my grilled cheese sandwiches. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

Liz - November 18, 2015 Reply

I love to make Chicken Salad or on sandwiches!

Kathy C - November 19, 2015 Reply

I’m almost embarrassed to admit how much mayonnaise we use. I should learn to make it, but for now I just buy Hellman’s, when it’s on sale. Otherwise, the Meijer store brand. I can’t believe how much it is these days. Around $4 for 32 ounces – and we use a ton of it. Macaroni salad, egg salad, ham salad, potato salad, deviled eggs, dips…I have a grilled cheese recipe that uses mayo, and I usually add mayo, sour cream or plain yogurt to cakes for extra moisture.

Kristina H - November 19, 2015 Reply

I’m not a big mayo fan and really only use it if it’s “hidden” in a recipe. One of our favorite quick desserts is a recipe where I have used mayo in chocolate cake that cooks in the microwave. I was a bit skeptical the first time but pleasantly surprised when it chocolaty and not tasting like mayo.
I’ll have to give these salmon cakes a try too. never had salmon cakes, just crab cakes like your daughter.

Jenny R. - November 19, 2015 Reply

I like to sometimes use a flavored mayo as a base for breading chicken in lieu of the standard egg/milk mixture and occasionally, it’s also delicious as a dip for French fries (especially dill mayo!).

Karrie Shields - November 19, 2015 Reply

I use mayo for everything, even put a little in my cheese dip.

Christine - November 19, 2015 Reply

Chipotle Mayo on sweet potato fries. I don’t like when restaurants serve ketchup for them.

Amanda - November 19, 2015 Reply

I haven’t played much with mayo. I’m not sure really what to do with it. This recipe sounds delicious so it looks like I’m to have to try mayo.

Shannon Nelson - November 19, 2015 Reply

I like to add a bit of mayo to thicken and keep my homemade Asian salad dressing from separating.

Amy - November 19, 2015 Reply

These look so good! I’ve used mayo is baked pizza dip and on baked fish w/ panko before.

Stacy Hart - November 19, 2015 Reply

Favorite thing to use mayo in would have to be Mexican Corn on the Cob and deviled eggs. As for creative, I used it in a cake recipe before and the cake turned out super moist.

Melinda - November 19, 2015 Reply

I like to put a little mayo on my homemade breakfast sandwiches and I use mayo with horseradish in my deviled eggs.

Lindsay - November 19, 2015 Reply

We use mayo in tuna and egg salads

Melanie Hawk - November 19, 2015 Reply

Honestly, I do not believe I have ever made a flavored mayo. Wow! I cannot believe I just confessed to that.

Jeni - November 19, 2015 Reply

We use mayo to add a little zip in our grilled cheese sandwiches rather than butter. The flavored mayo and good cheese is great for just a little more gourmet grilled cheese.

Erin - November 19, 2015 Reply

Flavored mayo is good anywhere you’d use regular mayo! I especially love it in egg salad! I’m trying this salmon cake recipe tonight – they sound delicious!

A_Shoemaker - November 19, 2015 Reply

I use mayo instead of butter whenever I grill a sandwich. I find that it adds an extra depth of flavor. Sandwiches would be even better with a flavored mayo to complement the ingredients. Hmm, you have given me something to try. 🙂

Sarah - November 19, 2015 Reply

When we have fresh fish at our house, I always make homemade “tartar sauce” with mayo and sweet pickle relish. My seven-year-old loves it. Another favorite is to take leftovers from a beef roast, shred the meat and add mayo, cream cheese, green onion and shredded cheddar cheese. Spread on bread or on crackers-YUM!

Nancy - November 20, 2015 Reply

I have a recipe for fish (use cod, typically) that has a coating of mayo, parm cheese and seasonings. Sounded odd but it is definitely tasty. Those crab cakes look delish!

GaryK - November 20, 2015 Reply

Mayo mixed with Sweet & Spicy Maggie Sauce. Its a perfect blend of mayo with a hint of hot pepper. I put it on my son’s sandwiches, tortilla roll ups, wraps .. you name it.

Cheryl Bowe - November 20, 2015 Reply

My kids will literally eat just mayo by the spoonful.

Michelle - November 20, 2015 Reply

I’ve used mayo in chocolate cake before, for fat and moisture.

Michelle - November 20, 2015 Reply

I love to use flavored mayo on baked chicken, it’s so delicious. Thank you for this recipe – can’t wait to try it!

Annie - November 20, 2015 Reply

I mix mayo with mustard or with ketchup for a different kind of dip. The kids love it with fries and assorted veggies! Also yummy with fondue…

Marith - November 21, 2015 Reply

I like to throw tons of blue cheese crumbles, some homemade Frank’s Red Hot-style hot sauce, and a dash of W sauce into mayo or sour cream (or half each, if I happen to have both on hand), zap it with the stick blender, then smear it all over pretty much anything that will hold still long enough (chicken sandwiches, salad, tortilla chips, tacos, wings, quesadillas, etc., etc., etc.). YUM! But this salmon cake recipe sounds AMAZING!!! Thanks, Laura!

Tara - November 21, 2015 Reply

LOVE a panini press! I mix mayo with paprika and chili powder, spread it on tilapia in a baking dish, and cover the fish with thawed frozen corn. Broil for 10 min or so and TADA! It’s fabulous!

Dee Schwark - November 21, 2015 Reply

We love flavoured mayo on just about everything….from sandwiches, dressing a salad, for dipping and also for we slather it on chicken breasts and bake in oven for the most tender and tasty chicken breasts ever!

Marie - November 21, 2015 Reply

We’ve always been more of a Miracle Whip family, and use(d) it mostly in coleslaw, however the youngest is allergic to eggs, among many other things, and that’s not an option. We do have a jar of Just Mayo. Haven’t opened it yet.

The only think I do not like about their products is that they have two lines of Just Mayo, though most don’t realize it. One without preservatives and one with. It seems they made the one with preservatives for the “low end” stores (Walmart, Dollar General, etc.). I don’t think anyone should be eating preservatives, so that’s a little disappointing.

Janel - November 22, 2015 Reply

Chicken salad (leftover from another meal of course).

Mrs. Q - August 24, 2016 Reply

How can I prepare this without an oven? I have fresh wild caught salmon, the same procedure?

    Laura Fuentes - August 24, 2016 Reply

    If you have fresh wild caught salmon, I would suggest this recipe: https://www.laurafuentes.com/honey-salmon-baked-in-foil/ you can pan grill it. The salmon cakes require baking.

      Mrs. Q - August 29, 2016 Reply

      Thank you!

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