Regardless of whether you make your fish cakes from scratch or buy a ready-made mince, 165 ºC is a nice temperature to cook your fish cakes at.
Here is a recipe for homemade fish cakes made from scratch. The recipe yields around 12 fish cakes depending on the size. The fish cakes don’t take long to make, but the mixture should be left to rest in the fridge for 30 minutes before frying.
1 pcs. Onion (1 small or ½ a large)
150 gram Carrot (approx. 2 carrots)
300 gram Cod fillet or salmon, skin and bones removed
1 pcs. Eggs
2 tbsp. Milk
30 gram All-purpose flour
Grated lemon peel from 1 lemon
Dill , half a bundle
Butter for frying
Make the fish cake mixture
Fry the fish cakes
If you use a pre-made fish cake batter, simply fry your fish cakes following the same procedure as described in the recipe, 165 ºC is great for fish cakes whether the batter is bought or homemade.
A firm white fish, such as cod or whiting, works well for fish cakes. Salmon or a mixture of salmon and cod also works really well, so use what you can find.
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