Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Something's Fishy

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I've read blogs that have shared recipes, so I'm going to share one here. I guarantee that you bloggers who try it or pass it on to your wives to make will be surprised by how easy and tasty a recipe this is.

Take one store-bought, freezer section's gefilte fish loaf, and let it thaw enough so that you can slice it. Once sliced, dunk slices one at a time in matzoh meal or bread crumbs so that complete slice is covered. (sometimes I have to give slices a light and quick rinse under water before placing it in the crumbs, so that crumbs stick). Then slowly pan-fry with little or no oil till side is browned; turn over and repeat.

Serve warm or cold.

Children may not eat gefilte fish, but they certainly eat these gefilte fish patties. Can be eaten with horseradish, ketchup, mayonnaise or nothing. I like topping my slices with babaganoush!

Be'teavon. Enjoy. The hostess will no doubt be fishin' for compliments when all is said and done -- I mean EATEN.

3 comments:

Rochelle said...

Pearl, my son taught me how to make this a few months ago. It's the only way his boys like gefilte fish.

I was skeptical...but now I love it. I use olive oil, by the way. I tell myself it's healthier. :-)

tuesdaywishes said...

Recipies! Maybe that will get someone to read my blog!

Just Passing Through said...

Pearl, you were sooo close to joining our 'clique' and then disapeared?