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Saturday, October 08, 2011

Tuna Fish Cake

Tasted  this Tuna Fish Cakes in a restaurant two years back.And my attempt at home was successful and it tasted awesome.Can get 7-8 fish cakes in the given measurements.Very tasty fish cake that u can try easily at home.U can bake it or get it done Tawa-fried.U can do it with Chicken flakes and nicely pulsed keema (minced mutton),pulsed prawns  and loads of ur fav Vegs.etc.Enjoy Easy cooking at home.Enjoy tasty delights at teatime. BonAppetit!

Tuna Fish Cake - Baked fish cake made with canned Tuna Flakes

Ingredients

    1 tinned Tuna fish-flakes
    2 tsp coriander leaves-finely chopped
    1 tsp lemon juice
    1 tsp fresh ginger-garlic paste
    a pinch of turmeric powder
    2 tbsp refined flour
    1 tbsp corn flour
    1 small mashed potato(boiled for 8-10 mins)
    1/2 tsp salt
    1 tsp white pepper powder
    2 tbsp corn oil

Directions

    1.Mix the drained tuna flakes with boiled and mashed potato,ginger-garlic paste and coriander leaves.Mix well.
    2.Add lemon juice,turmeric powder,corn flour and maida flour to form a thick paste.
    3.Add salt and pepper powder and mix well.
    4.Shape the mixture into heart-shaped cutlet-moulds.
    5.Spread Oil a microwave bowl and lay out the tuna cakes.
    6.Bake in an oven at 350 degree F for 20-25 mins.
    7.To check if done,insert a toothpick -if it comes out clean,then the fish cake is considered as done.
    8.Serve hot with a dipping sauce of your choice.(Tomato or mustard or Lebanese Garlic Sauce)

Tips:
Spread  it in a greased M/W safe-bowl and Microwave this on Medium High for 6-8 mins and again for 3 mins the next side.And take the bowl out and cut and serve otherwise.

5 comments:

Uma said...

This recipe looks interesting... I am bookmarking this. thanks for it.

Cheers,
Uma

Kalyani's Platter said...

looks delicious and also new recipe to me ..... glad to follow u .......

La @ FoodSlice said...

We bought fresh tuna steaks a while ago and tried to marinate and grill them at home.. they didn't turn out well. Maybe Tuna was meant to become fish cakes. These look very appetizing and i like the recipe.

revathi said...

Fish cakes looks awesome.. I love anything with fish... sure it is a "must try" recipe..:)
Reva

Sumee said...

Looks great.. Baking is a way to go.!:o)