Google+ Cave Food Kitchen: Pollock Cakes

Pollock Cakes

Pollock is a white fish, mostly found in the north-eastern parts of the North Atlantic & Alaska.

On it's own, it doesn't have a lot of taste, but it's very easy to flavor and add into recipes. Usually you'll find pollock in the freezer section of your supermarket and is of good value.

This simple recipe is great to introduce fish to kids for example, but is also a great way to introduce more protein into your daily diet.

Ingredients: (4 cakes)

400 grams of pollock
2 small carrots
2 small potatoes
1 tsp salt
4 eggs
3 tbsp coconut flour
3/4 cup coconut milk
coconut oil

In a food processor, grind the pollock, carrots & potato together.
Add in the eggs, salt, coconut flour & coconut milk and mix well.

[If you have time, let the mixture sit in the fridge for a bit to absorb the flavors.]

Heat some coconut oil in a pan and scoop some of the mixture in. It might be a bit liquid, but if you let the bottom brown properly, you should be able to (carefully) flip it over. Cook until nice and brown on both sides.

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