The best recipe to nail the most typical cod fritters of Holy Week

The best recipe to nail the most typical cod fritters of Holy Week

who doesn’t like a good fried snacks of those that leave your fingers greasy and your tummy happy? For this reason, with the excuse that they are typical of Easter, we are going to take the opportunity to put our culinary skills to the test and make some cod fritters with which even the little ones will want to eat fish.


Boil the butter in water and then add the sifted flour and yeast. When we have a homogeneous mass, remove it from the heat, adding the three eggs to get the dough for the fritters of wind.

In another pan we boil the cod for later clean it of skin and bones and crumble it when it warms up. Mix it with the garlic and chopped parsley, adding it to the dough.

All this should rest in the fridge for an hour. Then you just have to make little balls of dough, fry them in oil and let them dry on kitchen paper to absorb the remaining fat.

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Cod Fritters Recipe

We can also fry the fritters in an air fryer, if we want to reduce the amount of oil used and make them one more way healthy. They are delicious with a simple sauce like mayonnaise or tartar sauce, word from the experts at Direct to the Palate.


Cod Fritters Recipe

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