These gluten-free fish and potato burgers are an incredibly light and tasty dish. They are perfect for coeliacs or anyone who has problems with gluten, as they are completely glutern-free.
I have even used gluten-free breadcrumbs, which are easy to find in the supermarket. If you are making this dish for people with a gluten intolerance, I always recommend reading the labels of all the other ingredients carefully.
Our gluten-free fish and potato burgers make an ideal main course or dinner, perhaps accompanied by a nice salad or some tomatoes. This recipe is also a great way to use up frozen fish fillets and sneak some fish into your children’s diet.
What’s more, these delicious and healthy gluten-free fish and potato burgers are surprisingly easy to make.
Ingredients for 2 people
- 180 grams of frozen cod fillets
- 2 medium potatoes
- 1 egg white
- gluten-free breadcrumbs as needed
- 3 green olives
- 2 sun-dried tomatoes
- salt as needed
- olive oil as needed
1. Cook the frozen cod fillets and the peeled and chopped potatoes in a saucepan of cold salted water. Let the fish boil for about 20 minutes then remove it with a slotted spoon and set it aside. Cook the potatoes for another 15 minutes, then drain and put them in a bowl.
2. Before they have cooled completely, mash the potatoes and add a couple of pinches of salt. Once everything has cooled, add the green olives and sun-dried tomatoes cut into small pieces and crumble the fish in with your hands.
3. Finally, pour in the egg white and 2-3 tablespoons of gluten-free breadcrumbs. Mix well and let the mixture rest in the fridge for an hour.
4. Form the mixture into burgers with your hands, coat them in gluten-free breadcrumbs and sprinkle them with a little olive oil. Cook the fish and potato burgers on a pre-heated griddle for about 5 minutes per side over medium-low heat.
Ta-da! Your gluten-free fish and potato burgers are ready to serve.
Tips and tricks
- If you want to add some aromatic herbs, you can choose parsley, thyme, marjoram or oregano.
- To make it easier to flip your fish burgers, I recommend making them small but not too thin.
- Instead of cod, you can also use other types of fish.
Alternatively, try our recipes for tuna burgers and cod burgers with mustard potatoes.