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Fish Cakes

Fish Cakes recipe
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Not sure what you're in the mood for? Let us help: crispy seafood cakes. Take charge of your flavor options with our mix-and-match recipes.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
1 hr 11 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 2 fish cakes each
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posted:
4/30/2004
My husband and two year old daughter are picky eaters but I made the crab cakes with tartar sauce and it was amazing. I get asked to make it all the time now!
posted:
4/29/2004
Used th mozzeralla cheese and onion powder. Good and easy too.
posted:
4/29/2004
Its hard to get my kids to eat anything with seafood. Until one day I came across this recipe in the kraft spring edition. I didnt tell anyone what the ingridients were I just made one batch with tuna and another with salmon. Needless to say it was gobbled up almost instantly with requests for more. I was shocked! This recipe has become a favorite in my family. Served with white rice and "My home-made Salsa. Thank you to whom ever came up with this recipe.
posted:
4/28/2004
I really like these, I made a version of this along time now, way before I actually knew that others had it.
posted:
4/24/2004
Delicious and versatile. I had hesitated in making fish cakes before, but this recipe is simple and quick. The cakes stick together nicely during cooking. Nice make ahead meal to freeze cooked or uncooked. My toddler likes the tuna cakes.
posted:
4/24/2004
I made these with crab meat, used lemon juice, mozz cheese, and scallions... they were very easy and a big crowd pleaser!
posted:
4/23/2004
posted:
4/22/2004
Extremely easy to make and got rave reviews. I made the tuna version of this recipe and chose to cook only as much as I needed at one time, then stored the remainder in the refridgerator. To remoisten, I just added a small spoonful of mayo to each portion before forming the patty. Pair with a salad for a light lunch or dinner!
posted:
4/21/2004
Loved this recipe, although like a few others, I had problems with them sticking to the fry pan. Next time I will take the advice of one of the other comments and bake them in the oven. Can't wait to try some of the other variations
posted:
4/21/2004
My husband asked me which restaurant I bought them at !
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