Fish cakes everyone! They have been taken to a new level with this quinoa-bulgur wheat fish cake recipe. Here is a fantastic supper recipe for all of the fish lovers.
Loaded with nutrients and packed with flavor. Flaky delicious cod fish mixed with a new idea for partnering. This is where the quinoa comes in mixed with bulgur wheat.
Quinoa actually being a seed is full of healthy omega fatty acids, fiber and complete protein with nine essential amino acids. Bulgur wheat is also filled with nutrients with high amounts of fiber, potassium, a good amount of amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Those who opt for gluten free options here is a great substitute for the bread crumbs.
Gluten free, certified organic and non-GMO plus all of the nutritious benefits of brown rice.
Since the bulgur has gluten in it as well you could substitute this for organic amaranth.
Which is absolutely packed with nutrients and has the highest amount of protein out of any grain, even quinoa! Amaranth was used by the ancient aztecs as a super food for enhanced nutrition consumption and is regarded today as one of the most healthiest grains available.
You can also substitute the milk for coconut cream for dairy free fish cakes.
This is a relatively easy recipe to make and is also good for storing in the freezer for fast suppers though out the week. Enjoy these with a salad or steamed vegetables for a complete meal.
We hope you enjoy this very healthy and delicious supper. Please remember to always use organic non-GMO foods. It can be very surprising at how much better it is for your entire body.
Make these fish cakes tonight for supper!
half pint of organic milk, or organic ‘full’ coconut milk (make sure it has the coconut cream in there as well)
half pint of organic vegetable stock
1 sprig of organic thyme
1 organic bay leaf
2 wild caught cod loin fillets
1 tablespoon chopped organic cilantro
half teaspoon of organic cumin powder
1 teaspoon organic chili flakes
salt and organic pepper
1/3 cup organic bulgur wheat (organic amaranth for gluten free and extra nutrition)