Australian Style Fish Burgers
Friends, in honor of Australia day coming up tomorrow, I’m whipping up another flavorful fish recipe for you all today. This time it’s my flavorful fish burgers, an epic recipe that combines the goodness of a burger with a healthy fish filling. I’ll also be showing you how to whip up a mayo-like yoghurt sauce, and how I like to stack my burger. Hope you enjoy!
What makes this Fish Burgers recipe healthy?
Unlike your typical juicy hamburger, fish burgers are loaded with skin boosting omega-3 fatty acids, clean protein, antioxidants, healthy fats, and MORE. Use any kind of buns that suit your liking, dairy-free yoghurt as an alternative if you’d like this one to be dairy-free, and any kind of tender white fish you have on hand for the filling.
The Color Code for this recipe is MULTI! Learn more about the DC Color Code here!
This recipe is PERFECT FOR: an easy weeknight dinner to celebrate Australia!
What makes this Fish Burgers recipe easy?
We’re taking out the sometimes-added step of cooking our fish before we cook our burgers. So you’re only cooking everything once, which ensures a super tender burger that isn’t overdone.
We’re also making this easy by using yoghurt as the base of our sauce, and not adding too many unnecessary ingredients. You can customize this one with whatever herbs and spices you have on hand, if you’re not a fan of coriander then parsley would be a great option here too!
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Recipe: Easy Umami Fish Burgers with Yoghurt Sauce
1 lb fresh cod fillets (can also use tilapia)
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp black pepper
¼ tsp cumin
¼ tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp lemon juice
Zest of one lemon
1 TB olive oil
1 TB miso paste
1 tsp chopped cilantro
¼ cup almond flour
4 whole grain buns or 4 slices gluten-free bread
Whole milk or Greek yoghurt to drizzle
Freshly chopped cilantro
Freshly torn romaine leaves
Roughly chop cod fillets on a cutting board
Place chopped cod and all other burger ingredients in a bowl. Mix well to combine.
Heat a pan over medium-low heat with a drizzle of olive oil. Form fish mixture into patties with your hands. Once oil is hot, sear the patties for 2-3 minutes per side until fully cooked through. Remove from pan.
Serve with buns or toasted bread, a drizzle of yoghurt, chopped cilantro, a squeeze of lemon, and torn romaine.