2 Carb Keto Friendly Costco Salmon Burgers Review
Spring has sprung and it’s officially BBQ season again! We are in love with the wild caught Costco salmon burgers by Trident. In addition to being delicious, they are Keto friendly with only 2 grams of carbs…plus they are gluten free and a source of protein, Vitamin D, Iron and Potassium. The Costco salmon burger patties from Trident have a great mild flavor. When my 7 year old grabbed one off the serving platter instead of a beef burger, I held my breath…and then he gobbled it up and asked for another…and I knew I had a winner!
Costco Salmon Burgers Review
I have made salmon burgers at home myself, and they are good but they are a lot of work, tend to come apart when cooking, plus they can sometimes be a bit fishy. Don’t get me wrong, I like Salmon…but if I’m going to eat salmon all minced up just to taste like salmon I’d really prefer to just eat a piece of whole salmon on a burger, you know? For me these have the right amount of flavor such that I can add any toppings to be my burger of choice, or use on top of a salad, it’s super versatile and a great option for pescatarians at a bbq!
Frozen Costco salmon burgers also make dinner time super convenient! Sold frozen in a big sleeve, they’re great to have on hand anytime you need a quick and healthy protein. We toss on the grill or in a frying pan – and you can make them in an air fryer if you prefer.
I also appreciate that the Costco salmon burgers are wild-caught Alaskan salmon, and that they hold together much better than homemade on the grill, and they don’t require any advanced preparation beforehand. I just open the freezer and pop them on the grill. Boom. They are mild enough to appeal even to those who aren’t big fish eaters. I know plenty of Moms who just say it’s chicken to fish averse kiddos. I’ll leave that up to you. But one thing’s for sure. These frozen Trident Costco salmon burgers are GOOD!
Costco Salmon Burger Features
- 2g of Carbs
- 20g of Protein
- 170 Calories
- 35%DV of Vitamin D
- 1360mg of Omega-3
- Gluten Free
- Wild Caught
- 1/4 Lb Patties
INGREDIENTS: PINK AND/OR KETA SALMON, VEGETABLE OIL (SOYBEAN AND/OR CANOLA), WATER, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: GROUND ONION, SALT, POTATO EXTRACT, GARLIC POWDER, MUSTARD FLOUR, WHITE PEPPER, BEET JUICE (COLOR), ANNATTO (COLOR), ROSEMARY EXTRACT, MESQUITE SMOKE FLAVOR, LEMON JUICE FROM CONCENTRATE.
Product Info & Pricing
Trident Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon Burgers are Costco Item Number 16594 and Retail for $17.99. Each package contains 12 burgers (3 lbs.). That shakes out to about $1.50 per salmon burger pattie.
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Where to Find Costco Salmon Burgers In-Store
Find these Trident Alaska Wild Caught Burger Patties in the Freezer aisle of Costco, next to the beef frozen burgers.
Cooking Your Frozen Salmon Burgers
Cooking Instructions: KEEP FROZEN UNTIL READY TO COOK.
Thawing is not recommended – cook your Costco salmon patties from frozen. Cooking temps and times* for your Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon Burgers from Costco from Trident:
GRILL OR BARBEQUE: Preheat to medium heat (350° F). Cook for 4 to 5 minutes on each side.
CONVENTIONAL OVEN: Preheat to 400°F. Place frozen burger(s) on lightly greased baking sheet, cook for 9 to 10 minutes on each side.
PAN FRY: In lightly oiled pan, cook over medium heat 4 to 5 minutes on each side.
AIR FRYER: Set air fryer temperature to 400°F. Place desired amount in a single layer, do not overcrowd. Cook for 12 to 13 minutes, flipping halfway through.
Microwave cooking is not recommended.
* Cooking times and temperatures may vary substantially. Internal temperature should be at least 165° F.
Salmon Burger Serving & Preparation Ideas
One of my favorites things about the frozen Costco salmon burgers is that they’re versatile, quick and easy. Essentially, however you like to prepare a regular burger will also work with a salmon burger. This makes them a great option for pescatarians, or just anyone l looking for a break from beef burgers (or trying to put a little more fish in their weekly diet).
We prefer to cook salmon burgers on the grill because it’s quick and there’s no clean up, but you can also cook them stove top!
Once your frozen Costco salmon burgers are cooked to your liking, there are tons of delicious and easy ways to use them:
- On a bun with your favorite toppings and condiments
- Paired with mashed potatoes and veggies
- Serve it in a lettuce wrap
- Slice and top off a salad
- Dice it up and use it in an omelette
- Replace the bacon/ham in Eggs Benedict
- Use in your favorite fish taco recipe
- Pair with a creamy slaw salad in a wrap sandwich
For a great tasting, healthy burger alternative, serve up delicious Trident Seafoods Wild Alaska Salmon Burgers. They’re made with wild, sustainable, ocean-caught whole fillets with no fillers and lightly seasoned with a delightful ‘just-off-the-grill,’ smoky flavor.Trident Seafood
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These are terrific! We’ve been buying them for years because the wild salmon is excellent quality, the taste is mild and they’re an incredibly healthy way to get dinner (or lunch or breakfast!) on the table. Highly recommend!
Agree! We always cook extras and eat them on a salad for lunch the next day – they are sooo good!
These burgers are made with the lowest quality salmon, Pink and Keta. Spices used have disgusting smell and taste,
I buy salmon fillets at Vons (Safeway) from Chile, not farm raised, and it DOESN’T SMELL, on the contrary, it’s always fresh and tastes wonderful. When I can afford it I also buy the Chilean sea bass which is the king of fish. I don’t buy at Costco or Whole Foods so I don’t know what they are selling. I don’t like fish buy stick to these 2 items and never touch shellfish or crustaceans, eating lobster, shrimp, oysters etc. is the worst thing you can do.