Category: Fish Roe
Smelt Fish full of Roe
Nutritious Fish Porridge
Have you tried cooking Fish Milt?
Fish Roe goes well with Fish Porridge
Its hard to get this kind of fish roe and when an opportunity arises, I never fail to get a pair.
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How about preparing fish porridge to go along with the fish roe.
Komochi Caraft Shisyamo
Best grilled or deep fried in it’s entirety as the fish can be eaten from head to tail.
This time round, I have coated these Komochi Caraft Shisyamo with plain flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs.
These salt water fish smelt are filled with roe or tiny fish eggs.
Best eaten on its own to taste the freshness of these salt water fish without any garnish such as grated daikon nor soy sauce.
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Fish eggs aka roe are ripe eggs masses of a fish.
Per tablespoon of fish eggs is about 12 calories and are full of minerals and vitamins.
If these fish roes are processed and salted, we get Caviar.
Though hard to come by at our local markets, I was lucky to get a pair of fish roe recently.
Best to way to cook these roes is to marinate with seasoned salt and pan fried until nicely browned and crispy.
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Little delicacy – Pan Fried Mackerel Roe
How to pan fried fish roe?
Wash and dry with paper hand towel.
Rub seasoned salt and dust with some corn flour all over the fish roe.
Heat wok with a little cooking oil over medium high heat and cook till the fish roe are fully cooked and nicely browned.
Serve while hot.
Goes well with a hot bowl of porridge.
You can also fry it up and served as tapas.
Here’s how I cook the Hake Fish Roe.
Hake Fish Roe
Its hard to come by such huge fish roe.
With a quick rinse, salt added to the roe and just put them into a pot of porridge for about 8 to 10 minutes depending on the size of the roe and there goes another side dish.