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Hake meatballs

Today I share with you a recipe that loves both young and old people at home. These hake meatballs are very soft and can be eaten as is after frying or accompanying them with a sauce. Later I will teach you how to prepare them with a white wine sauce which is the way to prepare them that my husband likes most.

The main thing to consider in this recipe is to make sure that hake does not carry skin and thorns so that no one will find them during the meal. In the final steps of the recipe you will have to control the texture of the dough, if you are too liquid you can add breadcrumbs until you get a proper consistency. The dough should be soft, but manageable.

Hake meatballs
A different way to prepare fish.

Recipe type: Fish
Rations: 3-4
Preparation time:
Cooking time:
Total time:
  • 120 gr. onion
  • 20 gr. olive oil
  • 300 gr. hake without skin or thorns
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 1 teaspoon chopped parsley
  • 80 gr. bread of bread soaked in milk
  • 1 egg
  • 15 gr. white wine
  • salt
and pepper

  • breadcrumbs
  • flour
  • Oil for frying
    1. Pour the oil into the jar and heat for 1 minute, temperature 120ºC and speed 2.
    2. Add onion cut into quarters and schedule 8 minutes, temperature 110ºC and speed 1-S.
    3. Then schedule 20-30 seconds at speed 5so that the onion is chopped small.
    4. Let the onion warm for a few minutes and add the hake in pieces, garlic and parsley. Schedule 1 minute to speed 3.
    5. Lower the remnants of the walls with a spatula.
    6. We place the mixer on the blades
    7. . Put the well drained bread, egg, white wine and salt and pepper to taste. Schedule 3 minutes, speed 2.
    8. The resulting mass has to become soft, but manageable. As I have told you if you see that it is too soft you must add breadcrumbs and mix 10 seconds at speed 3.
    9. Form the meatballs and pass them through flour.
    10. Fry them in a frying pan with plenty of hot oil until they begin to be golden brown.
    11. You can consume them as is with a salad or potato garnish or accompanying them with your favorite sauce.

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