Northwestern Ontario Fish Cakes

INGREDIENTS: * 1 1/2lbs fish fillets, cooked & flaked * 3tbsp onions, chopped fine * 1tsp parsley flakes * 1/8tsp pepper * 2drops Tabasco sauce * 1 1/2 potatoes, cooked * 1tbsp celery, finely chopped * 1tbsp green pepper, finely chopped * 1/2tsp salt * 1 egg, beaten * 3tbsp oil * cornflakes, crushed DIRECTIONS: 1. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, combine all ingredients together, blend well and form into 6 cakes. 2. Roll cakes in finely crushed cornflakes. 3. Fry in oil over moderate heat, until lightly browned and heated through(approx. 4-5mins each side).



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