Jan 22, 2015
Apr 6, 2015

What's for dinner?

Sometimes I am asked to share a recipe.  Problem is that I will read different ways of doing something and then tweak it to suit our family.  Very rarely do I ever follow a recipe to the letter.

Here are two recipes to share.

Spicy tuna cakes

My changes were, first - I doubled the recipe.  I did not change much.  I used butter, lime and dried cilantro.  And I did use paper liners.  They turned out good and tasty.  Filed in the keeper box.  When we put the left overs away we put a paper towel in the bottom of the container.  They were a little wet.

Indonesian meat and potato fritters

Again, our own touch.  We used a combination of elk, beef and our pork sausage.  I did not have tapioca starch so I used arrowroot, until I ran out.  Then I used a combination of coconut flour and almond meal.  I would make sure I have the tapioca next time.  The coconut and almond was a heavier breading.  The arrowroot was much better.  And we will add more spice next time.  

Having the mashed potato in the meatballs is a great idea.  They are kind of light and creamy.  I don't think they are going to hang around the fridge for very long.

I will try to remember to share recipes with you more often.  

 

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