Salmon Burger on Sprouted Bread

You are getting the protein, calcium, omega 3 and magnesium from the wild salmon. Fiber from the oat bran and the oats. B vitamins from the oats and the sprouted wheat slice. Plus extra protein, B vitamins and other various vitamins from the sprouted wheat. Veggies add more nutrients.


Zachary Knop

Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 30 minutes
Servings 1
Author Zachary Knop


  • 1 6 oz can wild salmon
  • 2 slices low sodium organic Ezekiel sprouted wheat (bread) or sprouted burger bun
  • 2 tbsp finely blended oats organic
  • 2 tbsp oat bran
  • .75 cup tomato sauce or puree organic
  • 1 Lettuce, sprouts, tomatoes, onions, avocado, etc. for sandwich filling


  1. If your canned salmon has bones it it, remove the bones. Throw in the oats, oat bran and the tomato puree.

  2. Mix well and cook on the George Foreman grill about 11 minutes or you can cook on a frying pan using no oil.

  3. Place two slices of Ezekiel sprouted wheat bread into the toaster or heat sprouted bread in the oven or toaster oven.

  4. Place the salmon patty on top of the bread or bun and serve. You can sandwich the patty together or just serve the patty on half of the bread. Add veggies for more nutrition and enjoy!