A great street food that you can find all over Thailand and is also a fantastic entrée that is both spicy and chewy - Warattaya Smith @loveslittlekitchen
A great street food that you can find all over Thailand and is also a fantastic entrée that is both spicy and chewy.
In Thai 'Tod Mun' means deep fry and 'Pla' means fish
In Thailand, Clown feather back fish (Pla Grai) is the most commonly used fish for fish cakes.
In Australia, I use Basa fish fillets as it is similarly tender to Pla Grai but you can experiment with different types if this is not available.
I also like to add frozen prawns as I find it adds to the springy texture.
I used Thai sweet chilli for dipping sauce along with cucumber and roasted ground peanuts
Very easy to make with only few ingredients.
*Another great thing is you can keep the mix covered in the fridge until needed.
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