Asian Fish Burger

One of the my most fond memories in my childhood was eating my momma's salmon croquettes. She made them for breakfast with skillet potatoes + eggs or for lunch or dinner with rice...mmm mmmmm good! This recipe takes me waaay back to then. I enjoy these burgers very much. I hope you do too.

Benefits of white fish:

  • Helps fight inflammation.
  • Supports the immune system.
  • Helps to keep your bones strong.
  • Supports nervous system + blood cell health.
  • Low in LDL cholesterol.
  • Low-fat source of protein.

            Serves 4

           Serves 4

        Prep: 15 mins.

       Prep: 15 mins.

         Cook: 10 mins.

        Cook: 10 mins.


What You Need:

•12 oz. (350g) white fish fillet (catfish, cod or other)

•2 tbsp. cornflour

•1 lime, juice and zest

•2 tbsp. yellow Thai curry paste

•3 spring onions, chopped


 Nutrition per serving: 120 kcals, 1g Fats, 7g Carbs, 18g Protein

Nutrition per serving: 120 kcals, 1g Fats, 7g Carbs, 18g Protein


What You Need To Do:

Preheat the oven to 430F (220C). Dab the fish dry with a paper towel and cut into pieces. 

Place the fish, cornflower, lime zest & juice and curry paste in a bowl and puree with the hand blender until smooth. Add in the chopped spring onions and mix well.

With moist hands form 4 fish burgers and place on a baking tray covered with baking paper. Cook for about 10 minutes in the middle of the oven.

Once ready put straight away in a bun or with a side salad, or store refrigerated until required.

Tip: Tasty with sweet chili sauce.


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