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Fish Cakes

Fish Cakes recipe
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5 min
1 hr 11 min
6 servings, 2 fish cakes each
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I did make this exactly as instructed using the canned salmon- it turned out moist and delicious. Held together very well and was a great different dinner for the weeknight. I would definitely make this again.
"My family loves this recipe. I make it with salmon and it is wonderful. It has replaced my traditional salmon pattie recipe"
We have only tried the tuna but they are great! Very easy and my family wants them on the repeat menue. The only problem I had is the first time I made them I din't use a nonstick pan and that is a must as they stick to the pan.
My husband and I love crab cakes so I was thrilled to find such an easy recipe that uses less expensive fish. It is very easy to make and we absolutely LOVE this dish! Thanks!
Tasted great, used Tuna, BBQ Sauce, and Cheese. I thought the mixture was a little too mushy and hard to keep together though. Looking forward to trying another version.
This was a very good recipe. I made both the salmon and crab versions. It held together well and the taste was great.
This recipe was very good. I made this with salmon. I added old bay seasoning to this and a egg and a little bit of flour to hold it together. They stayed together great. I served this with rice and corn. This was a very good meal. I will definitely make these again.
This was very easy to make. I made the salmon version and the green onion and mozzarella were a flavorful addition.
Yummy!!! But they did break into bits when I tried to flip them in the pan. Anyone got any ideas?
I made the salmon cakes and followed the recipe except used these two tips I picked up from other reviewers: added an egg and skipped the hour refrigeration and formed the patties using the tuna/salmon can. I put a few spoonfuls in the can, packed it down then inverted and banged it on the griddle until it popped out, perfect size every time and helped them hold together better I think.
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