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At what temperature are salmon burgers done?

Asked: Mountain2Coast, Last Updated:

145˚F Know when your frozen salmon burger is done. The flesh should always flake when pressed with a fork and appear opaque and not translucent or raw. In terms of doneness, the official FDA recommendation is an internal temperature of 145˚F as measured by a food thermometer, which will be a very firm piece of fish.

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