Originally published in Feb 2009, updated with new photos.
I love Thai fish cakes. I always order it whenever we dine out at Thai restaurants. I just love the deep-fried goodness and the appetizing Thai cucumber salad that goes with it.
Thai fish cakes are so good I always feel like I need two orders of them to satisfy my cravings.
Not anymore. My Thai fish cakes recipe is so good and authentic; the fish cakes taste exactly like what you get at Thai restaurants, if not better.
I can make a big batch and fry them up and enjoy them the whole day. The good news is even my little picky eater little G enjoys them.
Called Tod Mun Pla in Thai, Thai fish cakes is made with fresh fish paste, long beans, red curry paste and kaffir lime leaves.
Each bite of the fish cakes is bursting with briny flavors of the fish, the fragrance and nuance from the red curry paste, and the crunchiness of the long beans. They are absolutely delightful.
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