Hi and welcome back.
I hope you are all well and enjoying the new blog posts. August is turning out to be a busy month again. I have been trying to balance working long hours and life slowly getting back to normal after the lockdown.
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With my days getting busier, I am finding myself looking for simple and easy recipes that I could make on a Sunday evening and enjoy throughout the week. was scrolling through Pinterest and found a recipe for easy fishcakes.I love how this recipe comes together in less than 40 minutes so I can still enjoy my weekend while still having easy grab and go meals for the week ahead.
This recipe is so simple and only uses three ingredients which I always have on hand. Peas, tinned tuna and potatoes. Cupboard basics. The best part, the recipe is gluten and dairy free too. What cupboard essentials do you have in your kitchen? You can find my blog post here if you are looking for advice on how to start stocking a gluten free kitchen.
To make the fishcakes, you simply peel and cook the potatoes before adding the tinned tuna, peas and spices before mixing together. Shape into fishcakes and fry for 5 minutes on either side until golden brown.
They are so good with potatoes, peas, salad or chips. I hope you enjoy them too. Let me know in the comments below if you try them. Speak to you next week, Chrissi -x-
My Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Fishcake Recipe
Gluten and Dairy Free Fishcake Recipe
- 800 g peeled and diced potatoes
- 200 g peas
- 200 g tinned tuna
- 1. Boil the potatoes for 10 minutes or until soft.
- 2. Transfer to a large bowl and mash.
- 3. Boil the peas for 2 minutes.
- 4. Add the peas and drained tinned tuna to the potatoes and mix.
- 5. Shape into 10 fishcakes and freeze for 10 minutes.
- 6. Add oil to a frying pan and cook the fishcake for 5 minutes on either side until brown.
So there you go! My easy and simple Gluten and Dairy Free Fishcake Recipe. I love how easy these are to make, and with only a few ingredients.
I hope you enjoy. If you try them out, please let me know by tagging me on Instagram using #livingcoeliac.