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Weekly recipe: Thai fish cakes with cooling cucumber relish and prawn noodle soup

by Pallavi Nigam
Photo - Shabin E
Now in a separate plate take out the fish mixture, rub little oil in your hand, take a small portion of fish mixture roughly shape it in small circles and place it over the breadcrumbs

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