Love cooking, love my grocer-ing. Even though I love eating out so much and having constant food reviews, I always make sure that I do some cooking once awhile at home. Dishing out food at your private time can be such a blessing and defintely a peace theraphy. Cooking can be as good as conducting meditation. So this time I managed to recycle the left-overs in my fridge, the pan fried salmon and also the potatoes tucked quietly at the corner of the fridge. I decided to have something simple and tasty, making patties. Mashed them up, balled them up, flatten them and gave them a slow pan fried till golden brown.
250gm Pan fried Salmon Steak (leftover)
450gm Poarched Cooked Whole Potatoes
1 Tablespoon Green Curry Paste
4-5nos Shallot (finely Chopped)
2cloves Garlic (chopped)
3 Kaffir Lime Leaf (finely sliced)
1 Tablespoon Fish Sauce
2 Tablespoon Corn Flour
Oil for pan frying.
1. Peel the skin off the cooked potatoes
2. Mashed coarsely the potatoes for rough biting texture
3. Coarsely detached the pan fried salmon.
4. Add in shallot, garlic, kaffir lime leaf, fish sauce and eggs.
5. Mix the ingredients.
6. Form the pattie in the size of a ping-pong ball then flatten them.
7. Coat the patties with corn flour and pan fried on hot oil till golden brown.
The salmon and potato patties were truly delicious. Crisp on the outside, moist inside and the flavour of the grren curry sipped through gorgeously, truly amazing. A must try recipe . . . . . Sidney Kan