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Old 05-02-2012, 10:41 AM   #11
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Thanks for the link Powerplantop. I've saved the recipe (because I love fish cakes), but I do think the OP's title of this thread is misleading.

There's absolutely nothing "Japanese" about this recipe at all. They're just regular Cod Fish Cakes. Which I love - but these certainly aren't Japanese Fish Cakes by any means. Even the Japanese Fried Fish Cakes (Satsuma-age) have Japanese ingredients like soy sauce, saki, shaved burdock, etc., etc. And of course the traditional colorful molded fish-puree cakes (Kamaboko) are completely different.

But this does look like a good recipe for good old traditional Cod Fish Cakes, & I'll definitely be trying it.
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Old 05-02-2012, 02:33 PM   #12
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The link Powerplantop has provided is not the recipe I used, which is why I havent provided a link as I couldnt find one online therefore I did say I would post the recipe I used.

I am always careful to reference recipes by chefs carefully, therefore if Rick Stein called them Japanese Fishcakes, thats what I call them too. If its misleading then you would have to take that up with Rick.

The recipe I used, from his Coast to Coast book, is as follows:

Serves 4
Japanese Fishcakes with ginger and spring onions.

3 rainbow trout (also works well with herring, mackerel or salmon)
4 cm piece of fresh ginger, finely chopped
3 fat spring onions
4 chestnut mushrooms, finely chopped
a little oil, for frying
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

For the salad:
100g rocket
2teaspoons dark soy sauce
1 teaspoon roasted sesame oil
1 teaspoon cold water
A pinch of castor sugar

Skin and then pin bone the trout fillets and cut into small pieces, and mix in a bowl with the ginger and spring onions, mushrooms and salt and pepper. Mix together well and shape into small patties (use slightly wet hands).
Heat a lightly oiled non stick pan over a medium heat. Add the fishcakes and fry for about a minute and a half on each side, until golden brown and cooked through. Put on warmed plates and pile some rocket alongside, whisk the rest of the ingredients to make a dressing and drizzle over.

GQ note - I think I mixed my fish and other ingredients in my mini blender to make the patties.
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Old 05-03-2012, 12:38 PM   #13
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Thanks for the correction, & those do sound Japanese, delicious, & definitely something I'll have to try. :)

(Oh - & for those of you wondering about "Chestnut Mushrooms" - they're related to our own "White Button Mushroom", & readily available "Cremini Mushrooms" are a perfect substitute. And in addition to the fish subs mentioned, you could also substitute any boneless mild white fish - flounder, sole, cod, etc.)
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