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Oven-Baked Fish Cakes

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These tasty fish cakes are oven-baked instead of deep-fried, and they're coated with a gluten-free mix of nuts and seeds.

With half the fats and twice the fibres, these patties are a healthier variation of the classic recipe.

Health

Time

45m

Cost

Nutrients

222 kcal

Carbs 25 grams

Sugars 2 grams

Total Fats 7 grams

Saturates 1 grams

Fibers 4 grams

Proteins 16 grams

Nutrients Data

The nutrients information on this page refers to a 2000 Kcal daily intake diet.

Each nutrient has a progress bar. A full progress bar represents the total allowance for the nutrient, based on a 500 Kcal meal.

Chart Legend

Carbs, Sugars, Total Fats, Saturates
Less than 50% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
Between 50% and 95% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
More than 95% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
Fibers, Proteins
More than 50% of recommended intake for a meal
Between 25% and 50% of recommended intake for a meal
Less than 25% of recommended intake for a meal
By visiting the full recipe page, you can get a more in depth breakdown of the nutrients for this recipe. If you prefer reading the recipe in this format instead, a link to the full recipe page will be provided at the end!

Good for Diets

  • Alcohol-Free
  • Pescatarian

Contains Allergens

  • Nuts
  • Soy
  • Fish

Servings

6

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Step 1Part 1

Boil diced potatoes for 10 minutes, then drain and set aside.

Ingredients List

Fish Cakes


Potatoes380g
Cod300g
Soy Milk120mL
Bay Leaves (optional)2
Fresh Parsley2tbsp
Lemon1

Coating


Ground Flaxseeds10g
Water30mL
Cornmeal45g
Almonds40g
Pumpkin Seeds30g
Potato Starch20g
Step 1Part 2

In a skillet, cook the cod with soy milk and bay leaves until soft. Then, drain and set aside.

Ingredients List

Fish Cakes


Potatoes380g
Cod300g
Soy Milk120mL
Bay Leaves (optional)2
Fresh Parsley2tbsp
Lemon1

Coating


Ground Flaxseeds10g
Water30mL
Cornmeal45g
Almonds40g
Pumpkin Seeds30g
Potato Starch20g
Step 2

Mash the cooked potatoes and fish with lemon zest, parsley, salt, and pepper, flaking them with a fork.

Ingredients List

Fish Cakes


Potatoes380g
Cod300g
Soy Milk120mL
Bay Leaves (optional)2
Fresh Parsley2tbsp
Lemon1

Coating


Ground Flaxseeds10g
Water30mL
Cornmeal45g
Almonds40g
Pumpkin Seeds30g
Potato Starch20g
Step 3

Shape the mixture into fish cakes.

Ingredients List

Fish Cakes


Potatoes380g
Cod300g
Soy Milk120mL
Bay Leaves (optional)2
Fresh Parsley2tbsp
Lemon1

Coating


Ground Flaxseeds10g
Water30mL
Cornmeal45g
Almonds40g
Pumpkin Seeds30g
Potato Starch20g
Step 4

Roll each fishcake first in the starch, then in the flax and water mixture and, finally, in crumbs made with ground almonds, pumpkin seeds, and cornmeal.

Ingredients List

Fish Cakes


Potatoes380g
Cod300g
Soy Milk120mL
Bay Leaves (optional)2
Fresh Parsley2tbsp
Lemon1

Coating


Ground Flaxseeds10g
Water30mL
Cornmeal45g
Almonds40g
Pumpkin Seeds30g
Potato Starch20g
Step 5

Bake at 220°C (430°F) for 25 minutes until crispy.

Ingredients List

Fish Cakes


Potatoes380g
Cod300g
Soy Milk120mL
Bay Leaves (optional)2
Fresh Parsley2tbsp
Lemon1

Coating


Ground Flaxseeds10g
Water30mL
Cornmeal45g
Almonds40g
Pumpkin Seeds30g
Potato Starch20g

MEAL PLAN

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