Monday, March 31, 2014

CodFish Friiters

Are you tired of chicken dinners and would like something new or different ?How about Codfish fritters? It's a quick delicious and filing dinner or appetizer. Whole cod fillets or salted Cod can be bought at a grocery store but is cheaper at Farmers Markets. If you buy salted cod it will need to be boiled for immediate use or soak overnight for next day use. Here are the steps and ingredients for this delicious meal. 
Salted Cod 
4 Sticks Of Thyme Leaves
2 Chopped Escallion
2 Cups of Wheat Flour
2 Cloves of Chopped Garlic
2 Slices of Green Pepper
Onion (2 Chopped Slices)
Black Pepper
2 Cups of Water (For a thick but light consistency).

Now for the steps.
1.Chop the cod into small pieces.
2. In a separate bowl add wheat or unbleached white flour with all chopped seasonings.
3. Add salt fish (salted cod) in mixed bowl and stir altogether. 
4.Once mixed into a lightly thick consistency; place saucepan with olive oil for frying under medium heat for 2 minutes.
5. Gather a spoonful of mixture and place a  fair dallop in a form of a circle into the pan.
6. Fry for 2 minutes then flip for golden brown color. Or flip according to your liking. 
7. Remove from pot and set to cool. 

There you have it codfish fritters. The photos above are not mine but from The Lovely Pantry who made the dish. Of course after I made mine the idea daunted on me to photograph and make a video but a little to late it was on my plate in a salad. But I instagrammed it a bit lol. Anyways Enjoy! 

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