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It’s time for another killer fritters recipe.
Today’s delish features flaked tuna in crispy cakes made with almond and coconut flour, bound with eggs. The result is a hot and dippable keto fish fritters recipe that’s naturally gluten-free, low-carb, and Whole30-compliant.
Before you start frying up your fish patties, read on for my best cooking tips.
If you don’t have all the ingredients handy, I’ll let you know the simple ingredient swaps that will yield just as delicious fish fritters. Then, if you’re planning a full meal, be sure to read Tip #2 with the dishes and dips I always pair with keto tuna fritters.
Now let’s get to it! Here are the best Tips & Tricks for the Best Keto Fritters Recipe:
Best Tips & Tricks for this Keto Tuna Fritters Recipe
1. Which ingredients can be changed?
If you’re not a fan of tuna, no worries, you can still make these fritters. Simply sub the tuna with canned salmon, or chicken (see this recipe for an example).
You can also use some other white fish. Try cooked and flaked cod, halibut, or catfish for a fully from-scratch dinner. I’m especially a fan of codfish fritters. As you can see, it’s very easy to find tasty and inexpensive fish to make this recipe.
If you want to make these fritters with fresh fish, here are the simple steps to cooking perfectly flaked fish before making the fritters:
Preheat the oven to 425˚F.
Line a rimmed baking sheet* with parchment or silicone liner.
Place the salmon/cod/halibut/catfish etc in the center, skin-side-down. Drizzle with a bit of olive oil and season with salt and black pepper.
Bake uncovered for 10-15 min (depending on thickness), or just until cooked through.
Remove the fish from the oven and let it rest for 10 min.
Flake the fish with 2 forks discarding the skin, and any bones.
Then simply use your flaked fish in place of the tuna and follow the recipe as is.
2. What to serve with Keto fish fritters?
These tasty fish fritters go with many different flavors and sides. I love to serve them with chunky homemade spaghetti sauce for dipping.
They also make a healthy topping to a fresh and filling salad like Greek salad, quinoa tabbouleh or keto broccoli bacon salad.
You can also serve the fritters with other sauces. Some of my favorites include creamy ranch dressing, BBQ sauce, and sweet chili sauce for a bit of a kick.
3. Add-ins for the best keto fritters recipe
I love the combo of dill, chives, and olives in this keto fish fritters recipe. I think they pair great with tuna. But you can definitely use any other fresh chopped herbs like parsley, cilantro, oregano, or green onions (green parts only).
In terms of spices, you can go wild. Use a hot middle eastern spice mix like ras el hanout, or try a Mexican blend of cumin, coriander, and paprika.
That’s all I have for you today, dear foodies. I’m sure you’re ready to get into the kitchen and whip up a batch of these quick and easy keto fish fritters. Enjoy!
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