Today we are cooking Caribbean inspired fishcakes. Many countries have their own variation of fishcakes from: spicy Thai fishcakes to creamy European fishcakes with a parsley sauce. The base is generally the same; a combination of flaked fish and mashed potato which is fried until crunchy and golden whilst having a soft and tender interior. The use of Caribbean ingredients such as wiri wiri peppers, cilantro and carnation milk make this recipe stand out! I recommend using cod fish for its meaty texture and light flavor. You can also use any flaked fish which is available to you such as salmon or haddock. In Guyana fishcakes would be served with a rice dish to create a full meal (recipe linked) but you can certainly serve this recipe as an appetizer or light snack. This is an ultimate recipe for any seafood lover as it is the perfect combination; simple, easy to create and delicious.
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