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Thai Fish Cakes

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created: 2012/10/08 changed: 2013/01/03
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Ingredients

Portions12 portion(s)
Thai Fish Cakes

  • 500 grams De-Boned White Fish Fillets
  • 3 level tablespoons Red or Green Curry Paste
  • 2 level tablespoons fish sauce
  • 3 level tablespoons cornflour
  • 1 Beaten Egg
  • 1/4 Cup of Sliced Shallots
  • 1/2 Cup of Thinly Sliced Green Beans
  • 2-3 Finely Sliced Double Kaffir Lime Leaves
  • 3 level tablespoons White Sesame Seeds, Optional
  • 3 level tablespoons black sesame seeds, Optional
  • vegetable or peanut oil, For frying
6
20m
Preparation 10m
Baking/Cooking 10m
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Difficultyeasy
Appropriate for Thermomix-Beginners
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

1.

Add Fish Fillets to TMX Bowl and mince for 20 secs on Speed 5

 


2.

Add Curry Paste, Fish Sauce, Cornflour and Egg and mince for 10 secs on Speed 5 (or until mixed thoroughly)



3.

Add Green Beans, Shallots and Lime Leaves and place on Reverse for 20 secs on Speed 1 (or until mixed thoroughly)


4.

Remove mixture in small amounts, shape into flat round patties as you go (wet hands avoid mixture sticking to hands)


5.

Press patties into sesame seeds so an even coating is formed.


6.

Fry on medium heat in vegetable or peanut oil


7.

Remove and dry on paper towel



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Recipe's preparation

1.

Add Fish Fillets to TMX Bowl and mince for 20 secs on Speed 5

 


2.

Add Curry Paste, Fish Sauce, Cornflour and Egg and mince for 10 secs on Speed 5 (or until mixed thoroughly)



3.

Add Green Beans, Shallots and Lime Leaves and place on Reverse for 20 secs on Speed 1 (or until mixed thoroughly)


4.

Remove mixture in small amounts, shape into flat round patties as you go (wet hands avoid mixture sticking to hands)


5.

Press patties into sesame seeds so an even coating is formed.


6.

Fry on medium heat in vegetable or peanut oil


7.

Remove and dry on paper towel



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Tip

Makes approx. 12 patties

Serve with Sweet Chilli Sauce and a side of Asian Greens or an Asian Salad

11

Tip

Makes approx. 12 patties

Serve with Sweet Chilli Sauce and a side of Asian Greens or an Asian Salad

This recipe was created by a member of Recipe Community and has not been tested by Vorwerk Thermomix or Thermomix in Australia and New Zealand. Vorwerk Thermomix and Thermomix in Australia and New Zealand assume no liability, particularly in terms of quantities and success. Please always observe the safety instructions provided in the Thermomix product manual.
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COMMENTS (16)
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I made these last night. I'm a new TM owner and thought they would be a good test. I used frozen hoki fillets from Aldi (though I'll use fresh next time) and green curry paste (bought).  They were absolutely delicious, served on a spinach salad with sweet chilli sauce. I made half quantity though still used a whole egg. 

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Nice, spicey fresh flavours. It tasted much like you get from the restaurant. I put more chilli in to give it a bit more of a kick. It definitely doesnt need addition salt for seasoning though as the fish sauce and fish are more than salty enough. Would make it again.

Making these tonight, they look yummie!

You'll find me in the kitchen with my Thermomix. 

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This was hubby's first time using thermomix, recipe was perfect and very tasty.

Smile yum.  So, bit last minute so had to get creative with ingredients that were at hand.

 Made 12 using orange roughy. Used coriander seeds (about 1/2) tspoon. 1/2 small red onion instead of shallots and a small handful of frozen peas from the freezer instead of green beans. also used 3 heaped tspoon of red curry paste instead of tablespoons  as the kids were eating as well.  I whiz zed it for 10 seconds on 7 to chop the peas and onion small enough to get past master no veggies.  did some with the sesame  seeds and some without, with we're nicest i think.  Served with some rice and ketchup manis.  went down great guns.  thank you good recipe. Will use again and again I'm sure. 

I use blue Grenider with skin off and they turned out firm and lovely.

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Smile

Just loved this dish, great with the Thai salad for ED cookbook

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Absolutely superb! Had quite a lot of 'juice' come out of the patties. But after being pan fried - they firmed up very nicely Smile

 

Thanks so much for sharing

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Yum. Used ling and laksa paste as it was all I had and snow peas as I don't like besns. Blitzed twice as much so toddler could eat.  Thanks, so easy and yummy and yes, surprisingly didn't need coriander,  ginger etv.

Smile :) Smile My husband Absolutly loved these Thai cakes,stated they have same texture and flovour as Thai restaurant. Well done yum yum yum.

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Only a 3* at this stage because I used barramundi with skin on so the Thermie couldn't mince it. Finally worked that out, peeled skin off but found the barra texture too firm. Will try with Orange Roughy and re-review.

These Thai ish cakes were a winner in our family. Will definitely be making these again!!!! No changes required. They are fantastic just the way the recipe says. Thank youThank you

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135 Yum Yum Yum!!! My new Fish Cake recipe.

Yum! Was going to add coriander. Doesn't need it, but it would have been a good addition.

These fish cakes are delicious. I too added the chilli, ginger and coriander and left out the green beans. Highly recommend them and will be making them again in our house. Thanks for sharing the recipe.  Smile

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Best Fish Cakes I've ever had!!!   Smile  Added half a fresh red chili, 5g fresh ginger and 10g fresh coriander and served with sweet chili, or sambal olek!  Loved the toasty crunch that the toasted sesame seeds provided!