Golden Fish Cakes
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Since I had some leftover tilapia, I decided to try this recipe. I didn't a couple of substitutions: 2 eggs instead of 3; no water; dried onion flakes instead of chopped onion; and I coated the cakes in cracker crumbs instead of bread crumbs. The fish cakes were nice and dense and held together nicely. A great way to use and kind of leftover white fish. This is now my go to recipe to use for leftover fish! 5 stars for sure!!
Whole family enjoyed even got my 3 yrs old to eat it! I used left over sheep head fish. I am from New Orleans and we have a camp in the bayou to catch fresh fish and sheep head is a meaty white fish. I grilled and seasoned it the night before. I used this recipe with out the water and put the formed cakes in the freezer while I made homemade tarter sauce and a butter sauce for dipping. I enjoyed without the sauces. Everything held together and the onions were a great in it. I also added a little Tabasco in my mixed. It was delicious and fast which is important when you have a full time job and a family of 5!
Great way to use up Talapia from a dinner night before. I added lemon juice in place of water and to kick it up, sprinkled cayenne pepper right before dredging in panko.
Mixture was a little too wet to form into patties but even though they didn't hold together well, they tasted great! I used leftover halibut from a meal of fish tacos.
I just loved this recipe, I have been looking for a recipe for fishcakes and no one seems to be able to connect fish with cakes, but they were delicious. thank you.
This was great
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This wasn't bad although I had to add way more breadcrumbs to make it stick. If I do again I won't put any water in the mixture. Added parmesan and a bunch of other seasonings - I can just never resist! But they were somewhat of a nightmare to shape into patties and I felt like I had more of the stuff on my hands than got onto the skillet. I definitely don't think I'm a fishcake person. They tasted good though.
EXCELLENT! Used tilapia and added parmesan (per other reviewer's suggestion) and some dry bread crumbs to the fish patties before coating to get them to stick together better. Also used a mixture of cornmeal and italian bread crumbs for the coating. VERY TASTY!!
I do not like fishy tasting fish and I made these for my husband and used pollack and I would make them every week they are great