Ready in 45 minutes
This recipe is really for Ann. She like fishcakes and can't buy good ones,and her recipe falls apart. I'll be keen to see her comments once she's tried it.
"Simple and delicious - and they didn't fall apart!Next time I think I might add some grated onion, just for variety. Or perhaps I'll try it with smoked haddock instead of plain steamed fish."- annangela
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Bake or boil the potatoes in their skins.
When cooked, skin and mash them.
Cook the fish in a covered greased dish in a medium oven (180C),
until the bones and skin come away easily. Remove the skin and bones, flake the fish.
Make quite a stiff sauce with the butter, flour and infused milk, plus any liquid given out by the fish while it cooked. ( I don''t always infuse the milk.)
Mix the potato, fish, chopped hard-boiled eggs and sauce. Season and leave to cool, preferably over- night. When cold make small, round flat cakes or
cork shapes; roll them in flour and pat smooth.
Dip into beaten egg, then breadcrumbs, and fry three or four minutes in hot deep fat.
Drain on kitchen paper and keep warm until ready to serve.
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ladygrey 1 year agoI have had this recipe as prepared by Cyberjanet. YUM
annangela 3 years agoSimple and delicious - and they didn't fall apart!Next time I think I might add some grated onion, just for variety. Or perhaps I'll try it with smoked haddock instead of plain steamed fish.
cyberjanet 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]