Spicy Haddock Fish Cakes with Aioli

23 Feb

This weeks reblog is a delicious dish from The Bite House. Those of us who are Catholic really appreciate a great lenten dish like this!

The Bite House

Fish cakes, crab cakes, both remind me of beach vacations. Seashore restaurants, seafood take-outs, cold beer, tartar sauce, sun. It’s not summer yet, and I know that back-painfully well; after shoveling the snow from our driveway yesterday, the car still got stuck, and later on we stacked a cord of firewood. But guess what I felt like eating in spite of all the ice and snow? Hint: check the title of this post. I wanted summery fish cakes; classic ones made with mashed potatoes. Crab cakes tend to be more popular in general, but fish cakes, when done correctly, are just as tasty and rewarding. They’re also cheaper to make! Now I’ve got everyone’s attention.

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5 Responses to “Spicy Haddock Fish Cakes with Aioli”

  1. Jereme's Kitchen February 23, 2012 at 3:37 pm #

    those look so good!

    • cjdelgrosso February 23, 2012 at 4:00 pm #

      I agree! I for one, will be making them tomorrow night for lent!

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  3. Kiri W. February 25, 2012 at 2:28 pm #

    Mmmm, aioli! And spicy fish cakes sound like a wonderful thing to enjoy the aioli on 🙂

    • cjdelgrosso February 25, 2012 at 3:46 pm #

      I will be sure to let you know! I am making them for lunch today!!! YUMMMMM I can’t wait!

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