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Spiced Tuna Fishcakes – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 1, 2015




Good-quality canned tuna is a fantastic ingredient. It's cheap and versatile. For this recipe add East Asian flavours – chilli, spring onion, coriander – to add flavour to this simple fishcake.

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eurocopter2010
- 5 Years ago

These are amazing, I have cooked them 3 times already. Adding one egg at a
time helps not to make the mixture to soggy. 

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zone07
- 5 Years ago

I was like; yeah! I already have all the ingredients until the curve ball
of kaffir leaves; then, I was like wtf? Guess I’ll have to go to the Asian
market because it sounds like an important piece.

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Jason Hang
- 5 Years ago

Ramsay would be a really good weed roller

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Sylvie Truong
- 5 Years ago

Thank you Gordon. I made it successfully the first time (though had to
substitute water chestnuts with Mexican turnip). A great dish, it does
bring out the South East Asian flavour, and I would know because I’m a
Vietnamese. It’s like a fusion between Thai, Vietnamese and Lao
cuisine. Yet it still has some novelty to it because I’ve never thought of
frying canned tuna.

Enjoy these easy-to-follow home cook videos a lot. Thank you 🙂 

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michuby michuby
- 5 Years ago

yeah right canned tuna??. i can still differentiate fresh tuna from a
preserved tuna

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松本秀人
- 5 Years ago

Not really liking Gordon’s new hair style but overall it’s a nice change.

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Corinn Heathers
- 5 Years ago

This actually makes canned tuna look good, and I loathe canned tuna. o.o

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adrian peirson
- 5 Years ago

Look Great, Got to give them a go, thanks Chef.

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Marco Miranda
- 5 Years ago

Semplice e dal sapore unico.. un grande

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Ernesto Reyes
- 5 Years ago

What is the green leaf cut in the minute 1:05?

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Skittle Harvest
- 5 Years ago

Strikes again love it lol i will cook this 

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shaz omr
- 5 Years ago

tin tuna wow thats the first lol

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Marc Brunskill
- 5 Years ago

tuna patties looked awesome, i think theyd be better with just lime juice
and salt than that vinegary sauce

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YouWhatMate?
- 5 Years ago

1:15 “A touch of pepper.”
My god Gordon, are you cooking or are you running a phone sex service lol

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Swagnemite
- 5 Years ago

HE DID IT AGAIN! HE MADE MY MOUTH EJACULATE!

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kila jackson
- 5 Years ago

i loveeee tuna, and now i have the recipe to use can tuna thanks alotttt
chef

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Friji_
- 5 Years ago

He cooks them exactly like he would scallops, brilliant.

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chris houston
- 5 Years ago

I love tuna patties but that dipping sauce was nothing but oil. Yuck

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Paul James
- 5 Years ago

WHY DONT U EVER GIVE YOU MEASUREMENTS

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Andrew Berkant
- 5 Years ago

I have started learning cooking for about a month now. Previously, I
always ate out, ordered in, or made a simple things like an omelette, sub,
and etc for many years. I always kept lots of canned tuna at home due to
its low fat and high protein content. I have really never been able to make
something warm and tasty out of a canned tuna before. Although I have
learned to cook a dozen of international recipes quite well now, I am still
not familiar with a lot of stuff particularly ingredients that are used in
cooking. Hence, it would be really nice of you to provide the ingredients
above for people like me. I have never noticed/used the “more” features in
YouTube previously until today so I clicked on it to understand a few
things you have mentioned in the recipe such as you’ve said something like
“sarraf” when you add salt in a bowl to make the dipping sauce. The
transcript said “something was wrong because Jews already killed so we just
lightly finally get Chris outsized.” Hilarious, how the Google translation
works!

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Rafael Orcullo
- 5 Years ago

I might be childish but i was really laughing at the line “And then, add,
your eggs”

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Yi-Jie Liao
- 5 Years ago

I think the innovativeness of your dishes are slipping a bit… most of the
recent dishes I have been watching have involved the same ingredients and
so forth, not that they aren’t or won’t be delicious but its getting a bit
boring (a lot of coriander, chilli, ginger etc.). Would love to see you
bring back some french influenced recipes with a twist perhaps, just my two
cents worth… 

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Ryanthemagicalwizard
- 5 Years ago

I can safely say mine didn’t look like that. Although the only ingredient i
didn’t have was water chestnuts, couldn’t find them (which ironically he
said you can find in any supermarket) my mix seemed really wet, not sure if
i added too much fish sauce? or too much tuna, or didn’t dry the tuna out
enough. I also added more eggs after this because the mix didn’t seem to
bind with the 2 eggs, any ideas?

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FallaciousScotsman
- 5 Years ago

I love when he uses poor man’s ingredients like canned tuna.

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BrickFilmsCinema
- 5 Years ago

Canned tuna…blasphemy

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