I took this recipe from Home, Health and Happiness and tweaked it a bit.
2 cans salmon (6 oz each - wild caught, packed in water, nothing added)
1/2 c. shredded coconut
1/2 an onion
a huge handful baby carrots
2 big handfuls spinach
2 cloves garlic
In the food processor I pureed the onion, carrots, spinach and garlic. Before adding it the bowl with the salmon I squeezed out some of the excess liquid. Mixed everything together and added salt to taste. Formed into patties and fried in some coconut oil.
I tried to make a hollandaise sauce to go with them, but it wasn't creamy...a bit thick but still tasty. I used room-temperature ghee instead of butter which might have been the problem as it's supposed to be cold.
My husband and I really enjoyed the salmon patties, everyone else just sort of picked at them. I served it with green peas, butternut squash pudding, sauerkraut, avocado and olive oil.
Because of the coconut this is a Full recipe. I think it would also work well using a nut flour instead, which could then be eaten in Stage 4.