fish cake
noun Date: 1854 a round fried cake made of shredded fish and mashed potato

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  • fish cake — fish′ cake n. coo a fried cake of shredded fish • Etymology: 1850–55 …   From formal English to slang

  • fish cake — fish cakes also fishcake N COUNT A fish cake is a mixture of fish and potato that is made into a flat round shape, covered in breadcrumbs, and fried …   English dictionary

  • fish cake — ► NOUN ▪ a patty of shredded fish and mashed potato …   English terms dictionary

  • fish cake — noun a fried ball or patty of flaked fish and mashed potatoes • Syn: ↑fish ball • Hypernyms: ↑patty, ↑cake • Hyponyms: ↑codfish ball, ↑codfish cake * * * noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • fish cake — a fried ball or cake of shredded fish, esp. salt codfish, and mashed potato. Also called fish ball. [1850 55] * * * …   Universalium

  • fish cake — 1) fish flesh mixed with potatoes, seasoning and sometimes eggs, butter and onions and formed into cakes or patties and fried in fat. Fish content may be 35 50% by weight and include such species as cod and haddock. Marketed cooked, cooked and… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fish-cake — 1) fish flesh mixed with potatoes, seasoning and sometimes eggs, butter and onions and formed into cakes or patties and fried in fat. Fish content may be 35 50% by weight and include such species as cod and haddock. Marketed cooked, cooked and… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • cake — fish cake (1) fish flesh mixed with potatoes, seasoning and sometimes eggs, butter and onions and formed into cakes or patties and fried in fat) fish cake (2) fish before drying in the manufacturing process for fish meal) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fish ball — ☆ fish ball or fish cake n. a fried ball (or patty) of minced fish, often mixed with mashed potatoes * * * …   Universalium

  • fish ball — ☆ fish ball or fish cake n. a fried ball (or patty) of minced fish, often mixed with mashed potatoes …   English World dictionary

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