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Soya Fish Frikkadels …a.k.a…Friggies

Being a vegetarian has taught me to be more adventures and to explore different flavours and textures.  I have been making this for years which has impressed many that set around my table.  Normally I add them to a spicy tomato and tamarind gravy which is absolutely fantastic.   These soya fish Frikkadels  are just perfect on their own served with some tangy mayonnaise. They also make a picture perfect starter, stacked on some sushi rice, slices of onion and tomato topped with a dollop of mayonnaise. How Friggie awesome is that!

Soya Fish Frikkadels

Soya Fish Frikkadels

Preparation time:  15-20 minutes

Cooking time:   15 minutes maximum

Yields:  16

1 packet soya fish (vegetarian) thawed

⅓ cup spring onions finely chopped

¼ cup fresh coriander leaves finely chopped (no stems)

3-4 green chillies finely chopped

1 tbsp (15ml) coriander powder

½ tbsp (7.5ml) cumin powder

½ tsp (2.5ml) coarsely stamped black peppercorns

½ cup (125ml) fresh breadcrumbs made from white bread

1 tsp salt – adjust accordingly

Oil for shallow frying

Let’s cook 🙂

  • Finely slice soya fish, add to a bowl and then mash it up with your finger tips
  • Add in all the other ingredients accept oil – combine well by mixing with your hands. If you feel mixture is too dry – add 1-2 tsps of water
  • Form small balls – roll between palms and then slightly flatten to form 2.5 cm disks. You can lightly oil your palms to avoid sticking)
  • Heat oil in a thick based pan. Oil should be medium hot.   Fry Frikkadels  for a 1 minute on each side.

#Wink_Wink;-)  you can add to tomato chutneys, or serve as Soya fish burgers or just as starters with a good mayonnaise


4 comments on “Soya Fish Frikkadels …a.k.a…Friggies

  1. Raj
    October 14, 2015

    Looks like delicious…….wonderful creative presentation. Congrats……


  2. Sivamanikandan Murukesan
    October 14, 2015

    Excellent! With rice cake at the bottom never thought would taste that good.


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