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Food.com July 18, 2011

These were really good. Used leftover cooked fish and shrimp, so had to add a little extra egg and panko crumbs to stick them together. But what a delicious way to use leftovers. I'll never toss leftover fish again! Thanks for sharing. Diane

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dianegrapegrower July 06, 2009

I didn't have to think about how many stars, these are so good. i tried some last night at a dinner party but these are so much nicer. i used 300grams of flake and 200g of prawns. will highly recommend this recipe and it is another to go straight to my recipe box for the future. thankyou

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Australian Wife - Learning February 09, 2009

Hmm somehow my first review never went through so I'll try this again...This is a FABULOUS and IMPRESSIVE appetizer! It took a bit more work than I'm usually willing to go through but was well worth it. I used Basa for the white fish and cooked baby cocktail shrimp. I used my immersion blender on the fish and my hand chopper on the veggies. The fish mix was a bit goopy but I plopped tablespoon fulls into hot oil and then flattened them with my spatula and it worked great...they fried about 5 minutes per side over a medium high flame. The sauce is EXCELLENT! I followed the recipe exactly but subbed crushed red pepper flakes for the chilies. Thanks so much for this recipe we really enjoyed it! Made for PAC Spring 2007.

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Engrossed May 10, 2007

Delightful recipe! I subbed cod for the flounder, and since I can't get fresh Thai chile peppers here, I subbed a couple of fresh cayennes. I used the processor also for the green beans. This was made for the Pick A Chef game--delicious choice. Thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ October 14, 2006
Tod Mun Goong ( Thai Fish and Shrimp Cakes )