Fish Meatball Recipe 1

Fish Meatball Recipe

Those who are afraid when they see the fried fish as a whole, those who think it was better not to see their head, and those who are deprived of calcium and phosphorus, we have not forgotten you.
The recipe for fish meatballs blended with fresh greens and spices is cut out for you. It is also free to eat by squeezing the lemon.

Fish Meatball

Ingredients for Fish Meatball Recipe

500 grams of haddock fillet
6 fresh onions
4 shallots
1/2 bunch of parsley
1/4 bunch of dill
1 egg yolk
1/2 tea glass of breadcrumbs
1 grated lemon peel
1 teaspoon of curry
1 teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon of black pepper

To fry:

1 cup of sunflower oil
Critical Point of Fish Meatball Recipe
Soak the shallots in hot water for 5 minutes to easily peel them off. Take care to use white meat fish such as crisp, haddock.
Cooking Suggestion of Fish Balls Recipe
You can also bake the fish meatballs you have prepared in breadcrumbs, then bake them on wax paper.

How to Make Fish Meatballs Recipe?


Wash the fillet haddock, whose skin and bones have been cleaned. In plenty of water and cut it into tiny pieces after drying.
Finely chop the dill and parsley. Cut the scallions into rings. Cut the shallots you peeled into small cubes.
Put the pieces of haddock, which we call knife minced meat, into a deep mixing bowl. Add chopped shallots and scallions, greens, egg yolk, breadcrumbs, grated lemon peel, curry, salt, and pepper.
Knead all the ingredients, mixing them well. Take walnut-sized pieces from the meatball mixture you have prepared and roll it in your hand and press it to form a meatball.
Repeat the same process until all the mortar is finished. Heat the sunflower oil in a large-bottomed pan.
Fry the fish-endearing meatballs on both sides in hot oil until they become crispy, golden.
Serve it warm after resting on a paper towel to remove excess oil. Share it with your loved ones without missing the greenery.


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