Recipe For Mediterranean Delicacies Fish Cakes

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I have partnered with Mediterranean Delicacies to bring you a recipe for fish cakes using their amazing range of fish I found at my local supermarket. The theme for my recipe is #AfroChic and it is the reason I chose to use Peppadews® as this piquante pepper is a uniquely South African product.

Mediterranean Delicacies Fish Cakes
Mediterranean Delicacies Fish Cakes
Make these delicious fish cakes with Mediterranean Delicacies products #AfroChic Click To Tweet

If you open my fridge at any time, you will always find a small selection of meze to add to our weekend table at lunch time. This is the one meal I really do not like to spend time on and so I choose to go for convenience rather than effort. I make sourdough bread each weekend to accompany our spreads and dips. Dave spends as much time as possible working on the house and I am in the kitchen creating recipes for the blog. I tend to dish up dolmades, which I heat for a minute in the microwave. A tip given to me by my sister who learnt it from her Bulgarian husband. Another favourite of mine is taramosalata. I can spread this on anything and I love the taste. I also try and keep a tupperware of hummus as this can be used as a spread or a dip for vegetables. Now, I always make my own hummus but I have yet to attempt making stuffed vine leaves or the taramosalata. For these two I turn to Mediterranean Delicacies as they have the recipe down pat. They are exactly my idea of an easy lunch time spread.

Fish Cakes
Fish Cakes


5.0 from 2 reviews
Recipe For Fish Cakes
 
These fish cakes are best served at room temperature and have a great marriage of flavours
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Ingredients
for the fish cakes
  • 90g Mediterranean Delicacies herb mackerel - skin removed
  • 50g Mediterranean Delicacies peppered mackerel - skin removed
  • 120g Mediterranean Delicacies matjies herring fillets
  • 25g Mediterranean Delicacies smoked kippers
  • 50g Mediterranean Delicacies creamy peppadew pepper dip
  • 40g Mediterranean Delicacies raw pine nuts
  • 20g flour
for the breading
  • 10g Mediterranean Delicacies raw pine nuts
  • 10g bread crumbs
for frying
  • 30mls canola oil
for serving
  • Mixed salad leaves
  • 2 Mediterranean Delicacies Peppadew peppers, thinly sliced (I used the ones with the feta in them and removed the feta)
  • Small handful of toasted Mediterranean Delicacies pine nuts
Method
for the fish cakes
  1. Place all of the fish into a bowl and break up using your hands or a fork
  2. Add the dip, pine nuts and flour and mix to combine
  3. Shape balls using 2 tablespoons of the mixture
  4. Flatten the balls slightly
for the breading
  1. Place the pine nuts and flour into a bowl and mix
  2. Bread each of the fish cakes
for frying
  1. Place the canola oil into a large frying pan
  2. Heat over a medium to hot temperature
  3. Cook each fish cake for 2 and a half minutes per side
  4. Set aside on kitchen towel to drain and cool
for serving
  1. Place the mixed salad leaves onto a platter
  2. Place the fish cakes onto the salad leaves
  3. Garnish with the Peppadew and pine nuts and serve
My Notes
I made 12 fish cakes from my ingredients and served them as a starter without any additional dressing or seasoning.

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#AfroChic Fish Cakes
#AfroChic Fish Cakes

Disclosure: I have been paid for the creation of this recipe. This post is in line with my blogging policy.

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43 thoughts on “Recipe For Mediterranean Delicacies Fish Cakes

  1. ooo fish cakes. That sounds good.

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    1. Thank you Holly 🙂

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  2. This is salad perfection. Love the fried cakes!
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    1. Thanks Sarah 🙂

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  3. I’ve never had peppadew peppers before, but the fish cakes sound delectable. 🙂
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    1. Thank you Krista 🙂

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  4. Lovely fish cakes I want to try peppadew pepper now and pine nuts are a great addition.

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    1. Thank you Evelyne 🙂

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  5. Your fishcake recipe sounds wonderful, Tandy. They really look so delicious. 🙂
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    1. Thank you Sylvia 🙂

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  6. These look so yummy. I really love meze, too. And especially taramasalata.
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    1. It is my best lunch 🙂

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  7. These fish cakes look delicious. Yum. What does the peppadew pepper taste like? Is it really spicy and hot? I’d love to spend a day in your fridge, you keep a lot of yummy stuff on hand. Cheers
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  8. This looks so good. I’m hungry looking at it.
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    1. Thanks Doreen 🙂

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  9. Mmmm! These sound delicious! I love a good fish cake.
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    1. Thanks Charlue 🙂

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  10. I’ve never made fish cakes before, they look delicious!
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    1. Thanks Pam 🙂

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  11. Hi Tandy,your week-end meals and snacks sounds amazing and very healthy too. Love the fish cakes and presentation.
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    1. Thank you Cheri 🙂

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  12. I love fish cakes! I make mine with coriander leaves.
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    1. That is always a good herb to use 🙂

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  13. Delicious, I love fishcakes! This reminds me that I must make them again sometime.

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    1. These were really tasty 🙂

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  14. Your fish cakes look delicious Tandy! We are deprived of fish where we live because so few varieties are available to us. (or so pricy we just can’t indulge =)

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    1. That is strange to read Laura but totally understandable 🙂

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  15. I love all the mixture of fish that you have added to this. It’s like a healthy fats bonanza! 🙂

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    1. That is a great way to describe them 🙂

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  16. This looks absolutely delicious. I haven’t had a fish cake in so long. Great post.
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    1. Thank you Kia 🙂

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  17. Yes, I love to have hommus on hand as well. So convenient and versatile. You’re right you know, sometimes it’s not worth making something if someone is doing it so right. And you time is money too so why not leave it to the professionals? Love your fish cakes. They look delish. A perfect lunch.
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    1. They were perfect!

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  18. That creamy peppadew pepper dip sounds amazing – I bet it adds so much flavor!
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    1. It is amazing!

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  19. Yumbo. I haven’t made fish cakes in forever, I tend to go to the asian flavours with my cakes, but look forward to trying the Mediterranean flavours now too.
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    1. I also tend to go for Asian which is why I liked trying something new for this 🙂

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  20. My daughetr loves fish cakes, and I am sure she will enjoy these. Thanks for the recipe, Tandy.
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    1. My pleasure Anu 🙂

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  21. What a clever idea using peppadews Tandy! I love eating them-they’re so sweet and creamy but cooking with them is a great idea too 😀
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    1. Thanks Lorraine 🙂

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  22. Delicious.

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    1. thank you Liz 🙂

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