My Meatless Mondays - Salmon Gefilte Fish Cakes - Jamie Geller
Often, we have salmon instead of gefilte fish for the fish course on Sabbath night. I look for those not made with matzah meal and this week, it turned out, I could only find salmon gefilte fish. It is a little more expensive but it is tastier.
One of my sons was coming with his family and I know he likes when I make patties out of the frozen loaf so I planned to do so with the salmon gefilte fish. Jamie from Joy of Kosher has an interesting recipe on here site and I made a few changes to make it gluten-free and I baked it instead of frying and it was delicious. I think, we will be indulging in these loaves more often. This is cheaper than salmon fillets as well.
Gefilte Fish Cakes(Joy of Kosher) Adapted
Serving : 8
1 loaf frozen salmon gefilte fish, defrosted (22-ounce)
½ cup diced red bell pepper
1 small red onion, diced
2 celery stalks, diced
½ cup light mayonnaise
4 tablespoons drieddill
¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1 cup corn flake crumbs
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
In a large bowl combine gefilte fish, peppers, onions, celery, ½ cup mayonnaise, dill, pepper, egg and cornflake cumbs and stir well to combine.
Using slightly wet hands, scoop ¼ cup and form into patties. Place on cookie sheet covered with parchment paper.
Bake at 350 degrees f0r 25 minutes.
These can be eaten, hot, warm or cold. We like them straight out of the oven. Jamie serves these with a horseradish sauce. Hop over to her fabulous site and get the recipe. While there, check out some of the other recipes. I bet you find some to make.
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I am looking forward what you are bringing to the table. Thanks for sharing with us.