Published by Vilda Magazine 26/9/14
One of my favourite childhood meals was tuna fishcakes. My Dad always made them: Tuna with mashed potato and sweet corn. Then he'd fried them off and I would devour about a million with mayonnaise slathered on top.
Yum, yum, in my tum. I was a healthy child ;)
These days I genuinely do not ever crave the foods of my past... but every now and then I enjoy a challenge and being inventive. I usually get inspired wandering the shops, getting a whiff of dill, remembering fish and I think: hmm.. I wonder if I can create something!
This recipe I invented the other night - a rare night in these days! An opportunity to get in the kitchen and COOK. I miss cooking so, so much (slightly busy at the minute) and feel I definitely owe my little blog some recipes!
I have an amazing friend staying with me at the moment, Dan and he is being so kind and enjoying my crazy vegan cooking. We devoured these "cakes" with a heap of roasted vegetables and a giant bowl of greens.
No joke - the bowl of greens worked into being the hit of the meal. It was simply a head of lettuce, steamed kale, celery, basil and lemon juice. SO DELICIOUS. So much iron, so much protein, so so good.
For the full "Perfect Vegan Fish Cakes" recipe - click here!