700 g salmon fillet without skins and bones
200g cod fillet without skins and bones
You can also use: pollack, saith, ling or other white fish from the sea
2 pcs. spring onions finely cut
1/4 pots of coriander. Alternative parsley
2 tsp. curry mild
1/2 tsp. dried chili flakes hot
2 tbsp. soy sauce
2 tbsp. fish sauce
1 tbsp. wheat flour
Ground salt and pepper from the grinder
Rapeseed oil and butter for frying
1 kg of new Danish potatoes
2 dl remoulade sauce seasoned with hot chili
1 lemon - the juice
1 cucumber cut into spells. Alternative white asparagus
I fry the first sample of Thai salmon fishballs in my outdoor kitchen.
Later there will be more pictures of all the ingredients and with the roast time.
Thai salmon fishballs
Procedure without liability: Salmon and cod are roughly chopped with a sharp knife. Then it is run through a meat chopper, food processor or hand blender. The chopped fish meat is stirred (whipped) with salt for 2 to 3 minutes. Spring onions and coriander leaves are finely chopped and added to the fish meat together with the other ingredients, which are thoroughly stirred into the fish meat. Put the bowl of the finished fish meat in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours - preferably more so that the taste spreads in the fish meat. Shape the fishballs by hand and a tablespoon and fry them on the pan in refined rapeseed oil and butter in medium heat. I use refined rapeseed oil, as it is more neutral in taste.
Homemade remoulade sauce:
2 tbsp. mayonnaise
1 dl yogurt natural
4 tbsp. pickles
1 tsp. curry hot
Some Sprinkles Tabasco Sauce
Salt and pepper from the mill
Mix all ingredients well in a bowl and season to taste. Can be decorated with different herbs and cress. If the purchased pickles are too coarse, you can give it a little with the hand blender.
Serving: New Danish potatoes are a "must", perhaps flanked by white asparagus. It's a May / June dish. If asparagus fails the cucumber.
Garnish: A little fresh coriander leaves will benefit.
Drinking: A cold beer will do wonders in the hot summer time.
Tip: Either you hate coriander or you love coriander. If you hate coriander, simply replace it with parsley.