Basically, Sticko, the altered version of your recipe is as follows:
6 to 8 or more crappie fillets (depending on size)
2 cups seasoned, dry bread stuffing mix (like for turkeys)
Boil the fillets in a lot of water that is seasoned with your favorite crab or shrimp boil. Bring the seasoned water to a rolling boil and then add fillets. Cook 2 minutes after it comes back to a rolling boli.
Drain the fish in a colendar just until the water has drained off, and mix in a large bowl with the dry stuffing mix. Add about 2 tablespoons of finely minced raw onions. Mix thoroughly with a large spoon until the stuffing has become soft from the moisture in/on the fish.
Now taste it and add seasoning to taste (salt, pepper, hot sauce, cajun spices, whatever you like). Next add two or three eggs, just enough to make a wet sticky mix. Take out 1/2 cup of mix and squash them around in your hand until it all hangs together well. (If too dry, add another egg. ) Form patties about 1/2-inch thick. Fry them until they are well browned on both sides.
Tastes a lot like turkey stuffing, with a little kick. Makes wonderful hamburgers. I like to put just mustartd on the burgers. ...or just eat them like salmon patties. I love 'em, and it uses up a lot of crappie fillets to get them out of the freezer.