This is one of the many recipes from Jamie Oliver’s Great Britain cookbook that I absolutely love. These fishcakes look so fancy and restaurant-esq, but, despite having a number of steps, are quite easy to make. And the results are most impressive.
I made a couple of adjustments to the recipe, mostly using a fresh chilli instead of dried, and using a tin of smoked salmon, rather than fresh. I served these fishcakes with the Creamy Leek Gratin, also from Mr Oliver’s Great Britain cookbook, some boiling broccoli and orange mash (sweet potato and carrot, peeled, chopped and boiled until soft. Drained. Knob of butter, good pinch of salt and pepper. Bit of nutmeg. Mash. Serve).
I’ve not transcribed this recipe, partly because it’s very long, partly because I highly recommend buying this cookbook, and it defeats the purpose if every recipe can be found online!