Friday, April 16, 2010

Fish Fritters.


Chopped Parsley.

Curry Powder.

Chopped Onion.

Chopped Garlic.

Wheatflour/Cornstarch/Baking Powder.


Ikan Sebelah (Flounder fish) fillet.

Mix all the ingredients together until you get a slow flowing medium.
Add in the fish fillet and coat it thoroughly.

Meanwhile heat up a wok with cooking oil and deep fried the coated fish fillet under a low flame until it turn golden brown.

Colander it with kitchen paper towel and it is ready to serve.

The fish meat was fresh, white and fine textured with a crispy crust, soft inside and the taste/flavor of the curry powder was not too overwhelming!-a good finger snack.


smallkucing said...

Nice :) Dipping in cili sos .

Stephanie said...

When I see ikan sebelah in the market, I always wonder what they are for. Now I know! I am sure this fritters taste yummy!

Stephanie said...

btw, do you have to pre-cook the fish first?

foodbin said...

smallkucing-Lingham's Garlic Chillies sauce.
Stephanie-Ikan Sebelah-you can grill it, fillet it and make fish and chips-no, you do not need to pre-cook it.

CUMI & CIKI said...

gawd.. 1st thing in the morn.. HUNGRY already looking at ur food!!!

uLi.佑莉 said...

Looks crispy and yummy :)

mimid3vils said...

a nice snack indeed~~

foodbin said...

C&Ciki-sorry about that.
uLi/mimid3vils-it was good with a bit of curry flavor.

Lori Lynn said...

The fish fritters look awesome!

foodbin said...

Lori Lynn-thanks.

Stephanie said...

Thanks for the answer :-D