Rutabaga fritters with smoked salmon

Rutabaga fritters with smoked salmon

Try our scrumptious keto rutabaga fritters, and you won’t be disappointed. Rutabaga, creamy cheese, smoked salmon and lemony mayo come together perfectly. Your taste buds will be whooping it up!

Rutabaga fritters with smoked salmon

Try our scrumptious keto rutabaga fritters, and you won’t be disappointed. Rutabaga, creamy cheese, smoked salmon and lemony mayo come together perfectly. Your taste buds will be whooping it up!
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4 servingservings

Ingredients

Rutabaga fritters
  • ¾ lb 325 g rutabaga
  • 8 oz. 230 g halloumi cheese
  • 4 4 eggeggs
  • 3 tbsp 3 tbsp coconut flour
  • 1 pinch 1 pinch turmeric (optional)
  • ½ tsp ½ tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp 1 tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp ¼ tsp pepper
  • 2 oz. 55 g butter
For serving
  • 23 lb 300 g smoked salmon
  • ½ cup 120 ml mayonnaise
  • 2 tbsp 2 tbsp lemon juice
  • 5 oz. (2½ cups) 140 g (600 ml) leafy greens
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Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Rinse and peel the rutabaga. Grate coarsely with a grater or in a food processor. Shred the cheese the same way.
  2. Mix cheese and rutabaga with the other ingredients in a bowl. Let sit for a few minutes.
  3. Form 12 patties with your hands and place in a frying pan with butter. (Or use a large spoon and scoop mixture directly into the pan.)
  4. Fry on medium-high. Turn the patties after a few minutes. Lower heat towards the end. Keep cooked fritters warm in a warm oven.
  5. Serve with sliced avocado and a dollop of lemon-juice flavored mayonnaise.

Tip!

Frying cheese may also be called grilling cheese, halloumi or Queso Para Frier. If salmon isn’t your favorite, serve the patties with tuna, mackerel or any other fatty fish. Delish!

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11 comments

  1. Jennifer
    This is a great tasting recipe. I have never had rutabaga or Haloumi. One suggestion I have is to wring out the grated Rutabaga in a towel because it had too much moisture and they fell apart. I might also add some Baking soda next time I make them.
  2. Carla
    I really enjoyed the recipe. This is a first for me for rutabaga and grilling cheese, however, having tried it, I can see myself adding this as a dish to my weekly LCHF meals. I had the same experience with the first batch of fritters, they fell apart, and I will try squeezing some of the moisture out as well, but my solution, to add an additional egg, worked wonders as well.
  3. Lisette
    Here is some information I got off the internet about rutabagas. I have found that they contain 33g of carbs, 9g of fiber and 17g of sugar. My question is how is this considered a Ketogenic meal? I thought any fruit or vegetable containing high amounts of carbs was considered a no, no on this plan. Especially during the fat burning stage of the diet.
    Reply: #4
  4. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Lisette!

    I agree that this a borderline case. 11 gram for one serving is a upper limit for a Ketogenic meal. But if you slightly reduce the amount of rutabagas and your other meal(s) this day are stricter then I would say that it's OK. :)

    Here is some information I got off the internet about rutabagas. I have found that they contain 33g of carbs, 9g of fiber and 17g of sugar. My question is how is this considered a Ketogenic meal? I thought any fruit or vegetable containing high amounts of carbs was considered a no, no on this plan. Especially during the fat burning stage of the diet.

  5. Nancy
    I made these and really enjoy them. I didn't have trouble with them falling apart but they were very fragile until cooked. I fried them in a pan and then finished them in the oven. They freeze very well. I reduced the portion size to two patties and it always satisfies me. Thanks for the great recipe!
  6. Despoina
    It is impossible for me to find rutabagas where i live so i made the same recipe but with zucchini. But i don't know if that is "ok" for a keto diet, so what can i replace rutabagas with?
  7. Susan
    It was a learning lesson for me that a rutabaga is a waxed turnip.
  8. Melissa
    Really yummy recipe. The rutabaga was quite wet but I just 'wrung' the excess moisture out as I did each pattie. Having for lunch tomorrow. Can't wait!
  9. Christopher
    This recipe surprised me. I was skeptical of the rutabaga, but this was actually quite tasty. Exceeded my expectations.
    Reply: #10
  10. Kerry Merritt Team Diet Doctor

    This recipe surprised me. I was skeptical of the rutabaga, but this was actually quite tasty. Exceeded my expectations.

    Great! So glad you enjoyed it!

  11. Hajni
    Nagyon, nagyon finom volt. Sajnos karórépát nem kaptam, fehérrépával helyettesítettem. Nekünk a 2 személyes adag nagyon sok volt, muszáj csökkenteni az adagot🙈🤩

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