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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:
4/5/2004
To prevent the fish cakes from being too watery be sure to cook the raw veggies in a little butter or oil to remove the liquid and add a little cornmeal or flour to absorb excess liguid.
posted:
4/5/2004
They were good but the mixture was to watery, so maybe next time I will cut some of the water or add more stuffing.
posted:
4/2/2004
These didn't fry up very well for me, (I'm in a very high altitude) so I'm offering an alternate baking method that works well for me: add 1 well-beaten egg to the mixture and bake the cakes on a baking sheet sprayed well with non-stick cooking spray at 375 degrees for 20 minutes- turn the cakes carefully after 10 minutes. These were an instant favorite with my whole family and we've made them twice so far.
posted:
4/2/2004
I added 1 tsp of old bay and it was great!! I would cook it again!
posted:
4/2/2004
Using the Stove Top stuffing mixture makes this recipe simple and fast. It's the perfect consistancy, no crumbling cakes in the frying pan!
posted:
4/2/2004
I have made this recipe with Salmon, It was great! It has so much more flavor then regular salmon cakes. Plan on using this recipe instead of the old fashion way.
posted:
4/1/2004
I made the tuna cakes and they were wonderful..I used the cornbread stuffing,swiss cheese and pickles...I used a parchment paper covered cookie sheet and chilled them after I made them with the hamburger press..I used a mediun cooking temp and went a little longer than 3 minutes on each side them stored them in a covered dish. cant wait to try them with the shrimp I have in the freezer.
posted:
3/31/2004
I made the tuna cakes.. yuck! Didn't care for them at all! Too many flavors going on!
posted:
3/31/2004
posted:
3/30/2004
Was very tasty. I used crab and added celery with herb flavored stuffing. Needs more liquid to hold together, mine fell apart but tasted good.
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