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Friday, September 2, 2011

Fish Cakes - Recipe

Good morning,

My Honey made the Fish Cakes for this wonderful end-of-summer meal.  What are Fish Cakes, you ask?

Fish Cakes, a regular dish in Norway, are made somewhat like salmon croquettes, but have a different flavor.

Here is My Honey's Fish Cakes recipe:

Ingredients:

2 pounds Talapia (or cod or other ocean white fish)
4 eggs
3 1/2 t salt
1 t Nutmeg
1 t Ginger
2-1/2  +  T Potato Starch (Finely ground white wheat flour can be substituted. Do not use self-rising flour.)
5 oz. milk
5 oz. heavy whipping cream
3 or 4 pieces of green onion finely chopped
2 small white onions chopped finely or minced with fish (or 1 red onion, 1 white onion)
Pepper to taste
1 T minced garlic (optional) 
Butter for frying

Directions: 


Mince the fresh fish.  



Mix with the other ingredients.Place fish mixture in refrigerator for two hours to marinate before frying.
 Preheat butter to medium heat until just beginning to turn brown in frying pan.  Form fish mixture into patties.

 
Place in frying pan.




Fry for four minutes or until brown on each side.  Do not allow to cool before serving by placing in warmed covered dish.
Serve immediately with seafood cocktail sauce if desired.

While My Honey made the Fish Cakes, I took pictures and made the sides (salad, baked potatoes, bread) for this delicious dinner.

The bread is my Garlic and Cream Cheese Bread, recipe published earlier here.

Enjoy!

Lois

17 comments:

lululan said...

Hola Lois. !que rico!!! Es una buena receta para que los niños coman pescado.Saludos.

Life 101 said...

What a team! Those fish cakes look yummy. I wish I were a better cook. I do cornbread and chili but that's about it.
Jilda, however is a great cook and we eat well.

stringsofpurls said...

Looks yummy!

ksdoolittle said...

Messy to make, but oh, so good!! Thanks for the recipe! Your honey is a keeper!

Montanagirl said...

We don't eat fish, but it looks and sounds delicious!

Gary said...

Looks great!! That header is now a favourite of Boom & I, although he doesn't think much of the water!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Lois said...

That looks delicious Lois!

Happy Days said...

Those look like something Bob would love! They certainly look good!! ...debbie

Judith said...

The fish cakes that I know are fish and potatoe and rolled in breadcrumbs. Come to thing of it I've not had any for a very long time.

VP said...

I know it is a shame for a guy living on a city by the sea, but I hate almost any fish... I will pass it on to some interested friend of mine!

Angela Häring-Christen said...

I don't need the recipe - I need your Honey (for this Fish Cakes) ;-)
Greetings
Angela

Elaine said...

That looks delicious! Glad to see you are back to baking bread.

Mama-Bug said...

Those are making me hungry Lois! Your hubby is quite a talented fellow!

Maple Lane said...

Makes me hungry too! Wishing you a nice weekend, Lois.

River Glorious said...

It looks delicious and corn-free! Wheeeee!

:D

Rose said...

Looks delicious....

Philip Verghese'Ariel' said...

Hi Happy to be here again.
Yummy!!!
This is really a mouth watering one LOL
i want to try it out tomorrow (Sunday), fish is now available. i am going to try. lol
Keep posting
I am in and posted at my g+
Keep watching
keep inform
Best regards
philip