I had friends round for an Indian meal and these were definitely the best thing out of the whole banquet. And also the easiest to make (I hadn't realised Indian cooking was so labour intensive). They were delicious hot, but even better cold. (So would be brilliant for picnics or cold buffets). I'm a bit of a wimp when it comes to chillis so only used one, and instead of making what must be 8 huge patties I made about 16 smaller ones.
Was good....but I thought it needed more chillies as I like it spicy...but definitly would make it again with more spice....
Very tasty Daydream!! I followed the recipe as written except that I used a heaped teaspoon of red chili flakes rather than the powder and I made the patties small, appetizer size. Definitely a make again recipe!!
I actually made these into smaller little patties to take to have with drinks at a get together. They really went over well. I did take the seeds out of the chillies, as I know some people would not like them as hot as me. Also just used 2 of them. This will be a favourite for me, thought they were great.
the end results were delicious, used the tuna and added garam masala. i also did the prep work the night before. they were so good with steamed basmati rice, and lime pickle
I used canned Salmon and did not add the garam masala, but otherwise followed the recipe. The patties held together nicely and had a welcome change of taste for a fish cake. In the interest of time, because for me this is weeknight convienence food, I chopped up all the ingredients the night before, so I could put it all together quickly the next night.