There are many fish cake recipes to choose from including salmon, tuna or even catfish. Great with fresh fish, tinned fish and even leftover fish.
Give those fatty beef burgers a miss and try these heart-healthy, thick, juicy salmon ‘burgers’ instead. And while you're at it, leave the tomato sauce in the fridge and slather the salmon patties with a homemade tomato-garlic sauce.
These salmon cakes are simple to make and simply delicious. You can of course substitute cooked fresh salmon for canned. These are good for fishburgers or rissoles too.
Fishcakes are popular with all the family and are a great way to encourage children to eat fish or to tempt fussy eaters.
Delicious patties of potato and smoked cod with watercress, coated in crumbs and gently fried until golden. The peppery flavour of the water cress is a perfect balance to the salty fish. You could use rocket or any bitter green instead of watercress
This is a common appetiser and most Thai restaurants and now a favourite in my house. Catfish is blended then combined with green beans, red curry paste and lime leaves before being deep fried.
The size packages they sell salmon I always end up with some leftover salmon and find this my go-to recipe to use it up. If I am thinking ahead enough I make sure there is leftover mashed potato to use too.
This amazingly easy recipe uses instant pancake mix to make a beer batter for fresh fish. Great for camping!
These delicious Chinese-style fish cakes will rival anything you can get in a restaurant. You can eat them as is, or use them as an ingredient in a stir fry. They can also be frozen.
Teriyaki is just one of the flavours in these tuna patties that include tomato sauce, garlic and spring onions. They are dusted with cornmeal rather than breadcrumbs..
Super easy and very tasty. Bonus-only 66 calories per fish cake! Thai fish cakes make a great entree or light lunch.