Recipes: Fish Cookies and Cold Fish in Low
Today we present two recipes especially for those who live bitterly far from the sea and do not have access to fresh seafood - FISH COOKIES and COLD FISH TART IN LOW. Especially the VIST TART IN LOW you can make even if you are sitting on a farm in the Great Karoo or in the Kalahari.
This is how a FISH COOKIE should taste - not like those sour, half dry fish cakes that are made from tinted sardines.
• 2 Kg snoek (any other fish, like stick fish, can also work)
• 2 Large potatoes, soft-cooked and peeled
• 1 Big onion
• Handful of chopped parsley
• 3 Eggs, beaten
• ¼ Teaspoon salt
• Pinch red pepper (for a little bit of bites)
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• Steam cook the snoek/stick fish for about 20 minutes. (Just a little bit of water in a pot.)
• Flock the snoek/stick fish (take out the grate).
• Meal or chop fish small, also the potato and also the onion.
• Mix everything messed up, seasoning with salt and red pepper.
• Make buns, press them slightly flat and bake until Auburn in a pan with oil. It's going very fast.
• Serve it as a mid-afternoon snack, or as a full meal with capocard apples, veggies, and/or salad.
COLD FISH IN LOW
A fishy dish that you can literally make anywhere in the world, and that is surprisingly delicious. And that's quite with tinned tuna, which tastes like a baal dry alfalfa for most men. But brother, not with this recipe!
• 2 Tins of tuna (119 g, without water)
• 1 Pack of bacon kips or those round of salted cookies
• 5 Tablespoons fish lake
• 5 Hard-boiled eggs, fine-pressed
• 3 Tablespoons mayonnaise
• 1 Bowl mesh cheese (250 g)
• 4 Finely chopped agurkies
• A handful of parsley, finely chopped
• 1 Pinch salt
• 1 Pinch pepper
• ½ Onion, finely chopped
• 5 Tablespoons chutney
• Mix everything now except the biscuits together.
• Now pack a layer of biscuits in a tart bowl, then a layer of the mixture, then again a layer of cookies, and so on until the bowl is full.
• Put in the fridge for a few hours.
• It's also delicious on bread or southappies.