Help! Quick! Oh bother... making fishcakes and very low on breadcrumbs

(17 Posts)
MrsMicawber Sat 05-Jan-13 18:26:08

cornflakes
matzameal
ground almonds
crushed crisps

FoofFighter Sat 05-Jan-13 18:24:34

I use smash mash stuff mixed with some seasoning.

BikeRunSki Sat 05-Jan-13 18:23:35

I always use polenta.

seeker Sat 05-Jan-13 18:22:27

I've made them without coating them at all #trailblazer.

Any sort to savoury biscuit? Just egg and flour?

pinkyp Sat 05-Jan-13 18:21:47

Crisps sound nice, pitta bread crumbled up would work too

LadyPeterWimsey Sat 05-Jan-13 18:20:55

But I'm sure polenta would be fine, in any case.

LadyPeterWimsey Sat 05-Jan-13 18:20:02

Pita bread or muffins (assume English muffins) would make breadcrumbs. And actually crisps would probably work too...

Moominsarehippos Sat 05-Jan-13 18:12:50

Crisps? Hmmmmmmm. I think we may be in 'mad inventor' territory here.

Moominsarehippos Sat 05-Jan-13 18:11:28

Pita bread, muffins, errr oatcakes? Lentils, rice, soyaaaaa? Bugger.

LadyPeterWimsey Sat 05-Jan-13 18:09:43

Any kind of crackers? Anything bread-y at all? <desperate>

Moominsarehippos Sat 05-Jan-13 18:01:17

Nope, none of them either. We have porridge...

Poledra Sat 05-Jan-13 17:59:04

Is it to coat the outside? How about some crushed up cornflakes? plain ones, mind I don't think the honey-nut type would do the trick...

ColdWinterMorning Sat 05-Jan-13 17:58:53

What about crushed cornflakes? We use those to make chicken nuggets.

LadyPeterWimsey Sat 05-Jan-13 17:58:20

Blitz cornflakes or ritz crackers in the food processor?

Moominsarehippos Sat 05-Jan-13 17:58:00

Parmesan eh? Tell me more...

forevergreek Sat 05-Jan-13 17:55:26

I use polenta and parmesan for snitzels.. So probably ;)

Moominsarehippos Sat 05-Jan-13 17:51:48

Can I use fine polenta instead?

We haven't any bread to make fresh either.

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