Sole Fish Cakes

You know that I’m a fish fan. It’s an amazing source of proteins and “good” fats (omega 3, good for the brain development), that’s why I try to give fish to Luca twice or three times a week. I would classify this recipe as “fun”…it’s a fun way to cook fish and kids will love it!

As we are using eggs I would suggest this recipe for babies older than 12 months.

Suggestions:

  1. Instead of pureeing everything you can also smash the ingredients with a fork, the final result will be less creamy and you will taste the different ingredients more clearly.
  2. For mommy and daddy. why not dipping the cakes in a Tartar sauce? mhhh…yummy!!

Enjoy!

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    fatimah
    October 7, 2012 at 2:04 am

    Good day, thanks alot for all these recipes..i was looking for recipes for my baby
    and found these recipes..thanks alot.even the italian mix recipe is very helpful.
    its nutritious and healthy for baby.jazaakAllah

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      Barbara Lamperti
      October 10, 2012 at 8:33 pm

      Thank you to you for visiting BuonaPappa! I hope your baby will enjoy my recipes, let me know how it goes! ciao, b

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    Yao
    August 15, 2013 at 5:33 am

    Thank you for your recipe. I made this fish cakes just now. I would like to suggest adding 1 egg each time, then blend them to see how thick the puree is. Since the puree I got had too much water in it. I guess 1 or 2 eggs are good enough in my case.
    After making 12 fish cakes, I gave up. It looks like I was playing mud:P

    Surprisingly, they actually taste really good!! I love it! So I decided to put the rest of the puree into ice cubes and keep them in the fridge. Hope they can be easier to ‘play’ with when they are frozen.

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