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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
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
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.
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!