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Patrick Bennett

how do you make patties out of fish?

 

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eyeguy 54

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eyeguy 54

Spoon squished in an old Tupperware burger thing

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Mike89

and they taste great too!!

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eyeguy 54

Really good with the stuffing mix. 

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rumeye

You talking like stovetop mix in box ?

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eyeguy 54

I used this. Maybe three cups.smashed it up good.  Didn’t measure. I just added till it got to where I liked it. 

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eyeguy 54

Forgot to mention I don’t eat these on a bun. 

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rumeye

Thanks yeah I would not put on bun either wow those look yummy.

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eyeguy 54

👍🏻 When I fry the spray a little olive oil in the pan. Lay it in then olive oil on top with pepper so when I flip it there is a little more oil hitting the pan. Time to fry up lunch. 🐟 A little miracle whip for dip. 

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rumeye

Your killing me😀

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smurfy

i've often thought about fish burgers..........just cant get myself to do it with all those added ingredients.  guess i like my plain fish fillet to much!!!!!!

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eyeguy 54

I love em dunked in peanut oil best but glad I tried this. A bit of work at the start but a very easy fry up option later in a pan. Probably great on a bun also but plenty carbs already in the patty so I won’t even try it that way. The 2 pounds of fillets I used gave me 8 very nice patties. Flash froze then into a couple baggies. Got 3 left. I do venny burgers that way also. Flash freeze about 20. 

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DonkeyHodey
1 hour ago, eyeguy 54 said:

I do venny burgers that way also.

So do you do straight ven, or use a similar mix (egg/oil/spice/etc...)

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Half course ground pork half venny. Just had one for lunch. 1/2 Tsp Montreal per pound. Tsp olive oil per pound. Pretty basic and dang good. Pepper when frying. 

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rcjoutdoors

Macadamia nuts also make a great coating for fish. I had some trout coated in it and fell in love.

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