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Fish Cakes

Recipes Tips 23 June, 2020

Fish cakes are an essential dish to know how to prepare for all of us who love cooking. With this recipe, you not only will learn how to make them, but how to make the most delicious fish cakes you have ever tried!

Fish Cakes

Serve them with your favorite side dishes and everybody in your home will cheer your creation. Don’t worry about the time you spend in the kitchen, because as a result, you will be able to enjoy these delectable fish cakes with your family.

Fish Cakes

Recipe by Rena Ware International


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  • ¼  cup panko (Japanese style bread crumbs) or plain dried

  • bread crumbs

  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley

  • 2 tablespoons plain yogurt

  • 4 tablespoons lemon juice

  • 1 green onion, diced

  • ½ shallot, diced

  • 1 tablespoon mustard

  • Salt and pepper to taste

  • 1 ½ pound white fish chopped into 1 cm pieces

  • 1 cup panko or breadcrumbs (for dredging)


  • To prepare the fish cakes, add ¼ cup of panko, parsley, yogurt, lemon juice, shallots, mustard, and salt and pepper to a bowl. Add the chopped fish and mix it together with the other ingredients using the Spoonula until well combined.
  • Place the remaining panko, or breadcrumbs, in a separate bowl. Form the fish mixture into 8-10 cakes, then dredge each cake in the panko and place them on a tray.
  • Preheat the Large Classic Skillet and perform the water test to make sure it is hot enough. A tablespoon of oil is all you need to fry and don’t worry, the cakes will not stick. When the skillet is preheated, add a tablespoon of oil and add the cakes one at a time.
  • Cook for about 4 minutes or until brown, then turn each one using the Beveled Turner from the Kitchen tool set. Cook for about 4 minutes more or until golden brown..
  • When the cakes are done, remove them from the utensil and serve. For a final touch, sprinkle with a bit of lemon juice and chopped parsley leaves.

If you think these fish cakes sounds both easy to make and flavorful… you are right! Just wait until you try them.

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