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Hello everyone.   It has been a while since my last post.   I will not give you a recipe for this post,  since it was a complimentary dish from a dearest person. All I can say is that it was delicious!    

Easy Fish Croquettes

The first time I tasted something similar was in my aunt’s house. Aunty Maroulla was the best cook I ever met. She was a natural talent for all things concerning household, but kitchen was her kingdom.

She was funny, adorable and an excellent type of person. Although we did not have a blood relation (she was married to my grandmother’s brother) I loved her very much. Cancer took her away a few years ago.

Aunty, we all still love you and remember you a lot. In the family it is like you never left. Although your fish croquette recipe was far better than this one I want to dedicate my fish croquette recipe to you.

Form your fish croquettes in any shape that you like and set aside.

In a plate mix the flour with the thyme, oregano, salt and pepper.  Dip croquettes into the flour mixture and then fry them in plenty of vegetable oil until croquettes become golden brown.

Easy Fish Croquettes
Ingredients to be boiled
300gr Cypriot potatoes (peeled)
3 carrots (chopped)
1 cup of celery (chopped)
1 large onion (chopped)
1 glove of garlic
1 vegetable stock cube
2 tbsp of extra virgin Greek olive oil
Salt and Pepper to taste

Ingredients Not to be boiled
1 cup of grated bread toast
1 large egg
1 cup of all purpose flour
1 tsp of dry thyme
1 tsp of dry oregano
¼ tsp of salt
¼ tsp of black pepper
Vegetable oil for frying

Preparation Method
1) In a deep sauce pan boil all ingredients, as mentioned above, until well cooked.
2) Strain all excess stock and keep for another use. (It makes a great soup…)
3) With the help of a potato masher, mash all cooked ingredients and allow to cool completely.
4) Add the grated bread toast and egg. Mix well. Form your fish croquettes in any shape that you like and set aside.
5) In a plate mix the flour with the thyme, oregano, salt and pepper. Dip croquettes into the flour mixture and then fry them in plenty of vegetable oil until croquettes become golden brown.


  1. I too make these at home and they taste so good all the time.

  2. I love to make these bite sized as an appetizer

  3. Hi!

    Thanks for sharing your Easy Fish Croquettes dish with me. They look delicious--especially in the frying pan. I can almost hear them sizzling looking at the photo. My family and I eat fish, beans, and tofu as our primary protein (we're pescetarian) and I constantly seek out novel ways to prepare fish and other seafood.

    I'm not familiar with Cypriot potatoes (is there another name for them)? I live in the Washington, D.C. area, so I'm sure I can find them somewhere.


  4. I have never had croquettes before, but these look wonderful! Cant wait to try them!

  5. I never had fish croquettes but these sound great!

  6. Yummy these look delicious! What a great recipe! :)

  7. These croquettes look delicious!

  8. OMG!!!! that looks fascinating, they are called cutlets in India

  9. These look delicious! I wonder if I can make them with chicken?...

  10. Oh these just look delicious. I've never used thyme in a breading before. I'm going to have to try that for sure! Your aunt sounds like a wonderful woman - I'm sure she's smiling upon you.

  11. Delicious & flavorful croquettes, looks fantastic :)

  12. Hi everybody, thanks for your comments! You can make this dish with chicken as well.
    Cypriot potatos are very well knowed in Europe I am sure you will be able to find them in other continents as well. They are not very sweet and they make perfect French fries.

  13. Those look sooo delicious!!!! :D

  14. I've never had fish croquettes but will have to try after looking at these!

  15. Those fish croquettes look heavenly
    and what makes htem extra special is the memory of that special person

  16. I don't eat fish (I'm a veg.) but still I must admit - it looks w-o-n-d-e-r-f-u-l !!

  17. Look delicious. Another job well done!

  18. How nice of you to dedicate this to your aunt.. they look fantastic!

  19. My nana LOVES croquettes. I am going to make this for her!

  20. Ummm...Yum!!!! Fried fish-potato mixture sounds amazing, I'm sure your aunt would be proud!

  21. I am so excited to try these we have such great fish here in Sweden! Thanks for sharing!

  22. You are so talented! I've just stumbled onto your blog and now I'm going to spend the rest of the afternoon (not working) browsing your desserts!

    Following. :)

  23. I've only ever had salmon croquettes and never considered using any other fish. I'm going to have to try these. Thanks for sharing!

  24. Those fish croquettes look like they would have made your Aunty very proud.

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  27. I love fish croquettes. I make them with salmon

  28. Thanks for letting me know about mastic powder. I can't wait to order it and try it out :)

    these croquettes look great... nice and crispy. i might have to try them with chicken though since i don't eat fish much. i am sure your aunt would be proud of your croquettes. i strongly believe that memories of people always live on through their recipes :)

  29. Thanks for the post, I love fish cakes and what a great recipe this is. It is especially nice when it brings back such good memories.

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  31. I think I'm going to give these a try. I like fish but my family not. But fried is always a good idea.

  32. Croquette is one of my favorite culinary words. Makes me think of drums and tapdancers and town celebrations at the central square with lights and streamers everywhere. Making fish croquettes is a great way to make a limited amount of fish last for more than one meal.


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