chop the fish fillet, potato, onion, and the rest and mix everything;
add eggs, salt, pepper, put the breadcrumbs and flour and heat the oil;
make meatballs that are fried, then take out on a napkin.
Fish Meatballs With Horseradish And Lemon
1. Put the salmon in a large bowl and grind with a fork. Add 1 tablespoon of horseradish, grated peel of half a lemon, mashed potatoes and a little black pepper. Mix well. Heat olive oil in a pan over medium heat, add onion and fry for 1-2 minutes until soft. Cool slightly, then add fish.
2. Form, from the mixture, 4 meatballs, put on a plate, powder with flour, cover with plastic wrap and cool for at least 10 minutes. Meanwhile, make mayonnaise, to which a little lemon is added. Add the rest of the horseradish in fresh mayonnaise with grated peel from the rest of the lemon, keeping a little peel aside, for decoration. Season with black pepper, add lemon juice and mix well.
3. Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a pan and, when hot, add the meatballs. Fry for 3-4 minutes on each side until golden. Serve with mayonnaise, salad and lemon slices.
Preheat oven to 6/200 degrees C. Combine salmon, puree, green onions, parsley and lemon peel. Add the juice and match the taste of salt and pepper, then shape 8 meatballs of equal size.
Sprinkle the cornmeal and seed mixture on a wide platter and roll the meatballs evenly. Then place them on the baking tray lined with non-stick paper and bake for 20 minutes, turning halfway, until golden brown and crispy. Or you can fry them in sunflower oil for 5 minutes on each side.
Prepare the tartar sauce by combining all the ingredients and match the taste of salt and pepper. Add lemon juice if necessary.
FISH Meatballs, baked - Dukan recipe
These meatballs are very tasty, healthy and practical. They are ideal for those who are on a diet or want to eat healthy, without fried foods and fatty meat. They can be consumed in the attack phase of the Dukan diet.
Fish is the best meat we can eat. Even fatty fish contains healthy fats, which are good for the heart and brain. These meatballs are made very quickly and are extremely versatile. We can also prepare them as an appetizer for a festive meal.
Fish Meatballs & # 8211 Dukan Recipe
Baked fish meatballs - recipe Dukan
If you don't like the idea of using sweet cheese in this recipe, give it up. You can use more vegetables, such as carrots and potatoes, and more greens.
• 700 g of fish fillets
• 2 tablespoons of cottage cheese
• 1 egg white
• 1 tablespoon of wheat bran
• onion, garlic, dill to taste
• salt, pepper to taste
Use a type of fish without many bones, such as salmon, pike, trout, salmon, hake or cod. Boil it in water and a little salt for about a quarter of an hour. Crush it a little with your hands, making sure it does not contain bones or thorns, then put it in the blender.
Add the egg white, cheese, onion and garlic, dill, salt and spices. Grind the oat bran in the coffee grinder to turn them into flour and add it in a blender over the rest of the ingredients.
Mix until all the ingredients are crushed and turned into a homogeneous composition. If the resulting paste seems too soft to shape the meatballs, add a little more flour from the ground bran.
Take a piece of the composition and form round balls in the palms. Place them in a tray lined with baking paper and flatten them a little to get the look of traditional meatballs. Or you can shape them directly from the palms into the desired shape.
While the meatballs are cooking, turn on the oven and let it heat up well. Leave the meatballs for about 30-40 minutes, or until you see that they are ready.
These wonderful fish meatballs can be served plain, or with different types of salad: cabbage, tomatoes, celery, etc.
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Tips & Tricks to cook fish meatballs
1. What ingredients can be replaced in this recipe by salmon meatballs?
If you want to add a stronger flavor to this fish meatball recipe, capers are a great idea. But make sure you drain them well of the liquid they were in, and chop them finely before adding them to the meatballs.
Likewise, chopped green olives can be a fantastic idea for extra flavor!
If you are not on a keto, paleo or Whole30 diet, you can make this recipe for salmon meatballs with crushed crackers instead of almond flour.
The texture of the salty crackers will provide a crunchy element that fits perfectly in this combination.
If you are not a fan of salmon, you can use in this recipe fish meatballs any other fish fillet you like: cod, sea bream, tuna, trout.
You can also make these meatballs with canned fish or what you have left from a previous table (I detail below).
2. Can fish meatballs be used in this recipe for breadcrumbs?
I made these salmon meatballs without breadcrumbs, just to fit in a keto, paleo, Whole30 or gluten-free diet.
I used almond and coconut flour instead of breadcrumbs, but you can definitely replace it with 1 1/4 cups of breadcrumbs.
You can even use gluten-free breadcrumbs.
Keep in mind that if you use breadcrumbs for this salmon meatball recipe, they will come out much crispier on the outside, especially if you fry them on the stove.
I'm really curious to tell you how they came out, in the comments section! I really like to see how you adapt the recipes according to your own preferences. Thus, they can be useful to other readers here.
3. What is the best canned salmon for this fish meatball recipe?
To make healthy fish meatballs, you need to look for some preserves that have the following on the package:
- Low sodium
- ASMI and MAC certifications
- No GMO
- Contains skin and bones for extra calcium
Make sure you drain the liquid well before using the fish for the recipe. Too much liquid can affect the texture of the meatballs and can shatter.
4. What is the best sauce for salmon meatballs?
I like to serve these salmon meatballs with sweet chili sauce or spicy ranch. My favorite spicy ranch recipe is this one, which is also keto.
But you can also go for a classic version of marinara sauce, ketchup or mayonnaise.
5. Are fish meatballs suitable for preparing meals in advance?
Yes, you can prepare salmon meatballs in advance.
Fish meatballs, once cooked, can last in the freezer for up to a month. You can simply reheat them in the pan, in the oven or in the microwave, whenever you need a quick meal.
You can also freeze unsalted salmon meatballs. One month it can withstand the freezer without any problems.
6. Can these fish meatballs be cooked in an air-fryer?
This recipe is perfect for the air-fryer.
Follow the recipe exactly. But instead of cooking them in the oven, preheat the air-fryer and cook the salmon meatballs for 10-12 minutes. They must be browned on the outside and cooked completely.
7. What can be used to serve salmon meatballs?
Every time I make this recipe for salmon meatballs, I like to have a fresh salad next to them. Rice And Vegetable Salad or Tabbouleh Salad With Quinoa. I also really like pickles in combination with fish meatballs.
8. What are the best spices for these fish meatballs?
To season the salmon meatballs I like to use fresh dill, parsley, oregano or chives.
But you can also use dried herbs or any other type of spice, including smoked paprika, cajun or tacos spice mix.
That was all for today, dear ones! I think you are very curious to see how these salmon meatballs come out, so I leave you the recipe below.
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Fish Meatballs (Keto Recipe | Paleo | Whole30 | Gluten-Free)
This fish meatball recipe is so quick and delicious that it seems hard to believe that it is also Keto, Paleo, Whole30 and gluten free.
Welcome back to a salmon meatball recipe that will drive you crazy!
You can make them with your favorite fish and some basic ingredients. They are full of omega 3 and healthy fats, being perfect for preparing meals in advance.
I have also included all the ways in which these fish meatballs can be prepared, how I like to season them and what other dishes you can serve them with.
In addition, I will show you 2 ways to cook them: on the stove and in the oven (and as a bonus: in the airfryer!).
Don't miss the Tips & Tricks section below before you start cooking these salmon meatballs.
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Juicy fish meatballs!
We prepare very tasty fish meatballs. Find out the secret of the most juicy meatballs, which can be fried or baked.
& # 8211 80 gr white bread + 120 ml water or milk at room temperature
& # 8211 600 gr of minced fish meat (salmon, hake, Alaska cod, etc.)
& # 8211 100 gr of frozen green peas
& # 8211 2-3 tablespoons fresh dill
& # 8211 salt and spices for seafood
METHOD OF PREPARATION:
1. Pour the milk over the bread and let it swell for about 5 minutes.
2. Squeeze it and add it to the minced meat dish.
3. Chop the onion with a blender or pass it through the meat grinder with a large sieve, transfer it to the fish bowl, add egg, peas, dill, salt, your favorite fish spices and mix the ingredients very well.
4. Pass the frozen butter through a large grater, add it to the mince and mix again with a spoon or whisk, not with your hands. Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 10 minutes.
5. Shape the meatballs of any size, about 90-100 gr each, pass them through the breadcrumbs and fry them on a hot pan with oil over medium to low heat for 3-4 minutes, then turn them over, cover the pan with a lid and cook. meatballs for another 5-6 minutes on low heat.
The meatballs keep their shape well, but they are very juicy. Butter makes any fish juicy. Try it, the meatballs with peas are very tasty.
If you get here, it means that you have a big craving for meatballs. The truth is that you have to do a lot, because we remember how quickly the meatballs ran out when my mother made them at the table with the family! We always asked her to make us more meatballs so we could enjoy more. Here's a good recipe for meatballs:
1. Put the crustless bread in warm milk to soften and then press and place in a large bowl.
The meatballs are served as hot as possible
2. Add the meat, egg yolks, finely chopped or grated onion, parsley, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Mix well.
3. With wet palms, make meatballs that are passed through flour, flattened and fried in hot oil. Remove on paper towels to absorb excess oil. They can be consumed both hot and cold.
Fish meatball recipes
They cook quickly, are healthy and absolutely delicious. Try at least one of these fish meatball recipes.
White fish meatballs with mashed potatoes
Fried in oil or baked in the oven, fish meatballs they are light and taste surprisingly good. Perfectly balanced and flavorful due to the right spices to taste, they can be served with a variety of side dishes, from the classic mashed potatoes to the bold quinoa.
- 500g fillets of white fish (without bones)
- 1 finely chopped white onion
- 2 slices of bread (or a small boiled potato)
- 1 beaten egg
- 1-2 cloves of crushed garlic
- ½ chopped green parsley
- Meat for shaping meatballs
- Vegetable oil for frying
- Salt, pepper, thyme, hot pepper to taste
To quickly prepare fish meatballs, I recommend choosing a filleted white fish. It is most easily separated from the skin by boiling and can be easily deboned.
Boil salted water in a bowl (optionally, you can add a bay leaf and a few peppercorns). Add the fish and let it boil for 10 minutes after the water has boiled for the first time. Remove the fish, place it on a chopping board, check and clean the bones well, cutting it into pieces that are finely chopped with a knife or crushed in a food processor / blender.
In a deep bowl add:
- Crushed fish
- Slices of bread soaked in warm water (or milk) and squeezed well
- Finely chopped white onions
- Chopped parsley
- Crushed garlic cloves
- Beaten egg with a fork
- Spices (taste the composition as it is incorporated).
Mix the composition well and season with salt. If you find it too soft, you can add two tablespoons of breadcrumbs. If it seems too dry and does not bind well, you can add a tablespoon of oil.
Moisten your hands and form walnut-sized balls from the above composition. Roll them in flour and flatten them by hand. Place them on the flour tray.
Fry the fish meatballs in dark oil until golden brown, turning from side to side.
*** If you are on a diet, you can bake them in the oven: Place the meatballs on an oven tray over which you have placed a baking sheet, sprinkle them with oil and put them in the preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius for about 20 minutes, until lightly browned.
Fish meatballs can be served with mashed potatoes.
Canned tuna meatballs
If you have a can of tuna in the fridge, try these delicious meatballs! A simple recipe that you can prepare both in the pan and in the oven.
The addition of boiled potato gives them a softer texture and manages to mask the pronounced taste of fish, but you can give it up if you follow a low carb diet.
The beaten egg is enough to bind the composition.
If you have canned tuna in its own juice, we recommend that you drain it well, using a gauze or a strainer and a fork with which you press.
In addition, if this is the type of tuna you have in the household, add another tablespoon of olive oil to the composition.
If you use organic tuna in olive oil, you no longer have to drain the meat or add olive oil.
- 1 can of tuna in its own juice (160g)
- ½ chopped white onion
- 1 tablespoon flour
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 clove of garlic, given through a small grater
- 1 beaten egg
- ½ bunch of parsley, finely chopped
- Optional: 1 boiled potato, mashed
- Vegetable oil for frying
- Salt and pepper to taste
If you have tuna in your own juice, drain it well. Mix it with the other ingredients until the composition is well blended. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
*** The meatballs are just as delicious, with or without the addition of potatoes.
Heat 1-2 tablespoons of vegetable oil in an adhering pan and add one tablespoon of the composition, leaving space between the meatballs. Brown them nicely on both sides and transfer them to a plate over which you placed a kitchen napkin.
Tuna meatballs can be served with any type of garnish, or with a simple salad.
Baked salmon meatballs
If we still have a fish release and we like to cook with salmon, why not take advantage and prepare these salmon and potato meatballs?
One of the simplest recipes, ready in just over half an hour.
They are very tasty and filling, they do not need a garnish (with potatoes in the composition) and can be served both hot, with a green salad and cold, between two slices of wholemeal bread as lunch for the next day.
- 450g white potatoes, cut into large pieces
- 350g salmon fillet
- 1-2 eggs BIO, beaten
- 2 tablespoons tomato sauce
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- 3 tablespoons white flour
- 100g pesmet
- 1 teaspoon sweet mustard
- 1 tablespoon parsley, finely chopped
- 1 tablespoon dill, finely chopped
- 2 tablespoons sunflower oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
Boil the potatoes.
Wash the potatoes well, peel them with a vegetable peeler, cut them into large pieces and rinse them for the last time in a stream of cold water.
Add them in a bowl, cover them with water so that the water level exceeds the potatoes by 2-3 fingers and put the pot on the fire.
After boiling, add salt and place the lid. Boil them for 12-15 minutes until soft. Drain them well and mash them with a mashed potato, as for puree.
Cook the salmon.
Heat a teaspoon of oil in a grill pan with a non-stick coating. Place the salmon fillets and cook for 5-6 minutes. Let them cool for a few minutes then peel it off.
Prepare the salmon meatballs.
Mix the mashed potatoes with the mustard, lemon juice and spices. Add the salmon slices and incorporate.
Divide the composition into 6-8 balls, roll them in your palms and flatten them.
Prepare the oven tray.
Place a baking sheet over the baking tray and grease it with vegetable oil, using a silicone brush or a piece of paper napkin. Prepare three plates:
Pass the salmon meatballs through the flour, tap to remove the excess, line them with egg and then pass them through the breadcrumbs.
Repeat with each meatball separately and place it on the tray.
Spray oil on them and put in the preheated oven at 180C for 10-15 minutes, until nicely browned.
Salmon and potato meatballs are served hot, along with a lettuce.
Fish Meatballs - Recipes
Cut the fish fillet into pieces. Separate the egg. Mix the fish in the blender with the egg whites. (Yolks are not required in this recipe.)
Mix the cut fish with the mustard and a tablespoon of bread crumbs. Season with salt and pepper.
Using a wet hand, shape the fish mixture into 4 meatballs. Let them rest for 5 minutes in the refrigerator.
Drain the ginger in a sieve, finely chop and mix with the salad cream.
Cook the noodles in boiling salted water according to the instructions on the package. Squeeze the lemon juice.
Mix the wasabi paste, sesame oil, soy sauce and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper. Drain the noodles and cool them briefly under cold water. Mix the noodles with the wasabi sauce.
Mix the sesame with the remaining bread crumbs and turn the meatballs to wrap, pressing the crumbs inside lightly.
Heat the oil in a pan and fry the fish meatballs for 3-4 minutes on each side at a medium temperature until golden and crispy. Serve the noodles with fish meatballs and ginger cream.