Porto Traditional Fish Cakes


Hello, today I bring to blog a traditional recipe of my great and beautiful Porto in Portugal. This recipe is made by any mum or grandmother and grandfather and is passed to generations and I ??? Of course not escaped!
And a dish that we like, but very caloric but  you can make version in the Actifry and is much lighter and you can use coconut oil am instead of regular oil.
I hope you enjoy!


1 or 2 slices of desalted cod
3 eggs
1 cup (of tea) of wheat flour
1 large onion
1 bunch of parsley
1/2 cup of milk
1 teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon olive oil
50gr black olives sliced thinly
oil to fry
Salt at your taste

In a bowl put the parsley and onion finely chopped, eggs, flour, milk, olive oil and season with pepper and salt. Mix up well until smooth but consistent look (if necessary add a little water). Then blanch cod in boiling water and clean the skin and bones and break in pieces, mix the batter and fry spoonfuls of cooked in hot oil, put the fish cakes on paper towels. I used a fish mold to do, put mold in the oil and let it warm up and put dough in oil before turning remove and fry the other side.

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