fishcake


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fish cake

or fish·cake  (fĭsh′kāk′)
n.
A fried cake or patty of chopped fish, often mixed with potato, bread crumbs, or rice.

fishcake

(ˈfɪʃˌkeɪk)
n
(Cookery) a fried ball of flaked fish mixed with mashed potatoes
Translations

fishcake

[ˈfɪʃkeɪk] Ncroqueta f de pescado

fishcake

[ˈfɪʃˌkeɪk] ncrocchetta di pesce
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Serve one fishcake each with the salad, drizzled with dressing, and extra lemon wedges for squeezing over.
I'm not talking about a fishcake containing 25 per cent of unrecognisable fish and 75 per cent mashed potato, I'm talking about one that's loaded with fish and packed full of flavour.
Carefully lower each fishcake into the oil and fry over a moderate heat for about three minutes on each side - frying time will depend on how deep your fish cakes are.
" She laughs: "Something like fishcake might not look a lot like fishcake at the end, but it will still be good to eat."
She laughs: "Something like fishcake might not look a lot like a fishcake at the end, but it will still be good to eat."
Dip the fishcake into the egg and then toss in the breadcrumbs.
Fishcakes are a good dish to have up your sleeve at this time of year as the fishcake mix will be happy in your fridge for a day or so and you can crumb as you need.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Calories per fishcake: 277 kcal Fat: 17.2g Sat Fat: 2.9g Protein: 25.7g Carbs: 4.8g Sugar: 3.8g Salt: 0.7g
Cook's tip: If you have any leftover hard boiled eggs you can chop these up and add them to the fishcake mixture.
I love a fishcake but they're often too complicated, with too many ingredients.
My sister had a fishcake with Thai mayonnaise while Mum had roast turkey and all the trimmings.