Tuna Sweetcorn Fish cakes
I just had to try something like this. But I'm lazy when it comes to cooking. I had an idea what should go into a fish cake but didn't want to cook it too long so I excluded the usual egg. Then I was too impatient to cool it in the fridge before I egg and breadcrumb the cakes, so I lost those steps too. What you end up with is a fish cake that can be difficult too handle but taste amazing! Almost like my mom's tuna bake pie.
Makes 4 big or 8 small fish cakes
1 can tuna, water drained
1 medium cooked potato, peeled
3/4 small can creamed corn
1 spring onion chopped finely
1 cup flour
2. Using your hands, form a ball and dust with a lot of flour until it isn't sticky anymore. Form into patty.
3. Heat oil in a pan and shallow fry the patty until it is crispy on the bottom. CAREFULLY using a spatula, turn it over and fry on the other side until crispy.
4. Drain excess oil on kitchen paper. Enjoy warm with a salad or cooled in the lunch box.