Sunday, December 28, 2014

Salted codfish mousse recipe

Well, Christmas is already passed, Santa Claus brought our gifts, stomach is trying to digest all we ate, and I decided to write about one of the appetizers that I cooked for the Christmas table. It's easy and delicious and it is very simple to cook.

 In  this recipe salted codfish can be replaced with other fish.

You will need:

  • 500g fish (soaked salted codfish)
  • 700-1000ml of milk
  • 1-2 cloves of garlic (optional, I do not put it45)
  • 1-2 potatoes
  • refined oil - about 200ml, salt, pepper
  • lemon juice

Clean fish from skin and bones and put to boil in milk (with garlic) for about half an hour, milk should cover the fish, almost all milk should be absorbed at the end. Clean and boil a couple of potatoes. Then leave potatoes and fish to cool. When everything has cooled a bit, put all in the bowl of an electric mixer and beat at high speed. Add oil in a thin stream, as for making mayonnaise. Then add a little of lemon juice, pepper and salt (salt, if you use other fish). At the end I used hand blender with wire whisk to make it moew creamy.

This time I got a piece of the tail, but if you take a shoulder, the mousse will be more airily. Serve it on toast.

Bon Appetite)

4 коммент.:

Mulberry Whisper said...

This looks and sounds amazing but we have no codfish! I wonder what fish I could use instead...

Katrinshine said...

you can use fresh codfish or similar one. In this case don't forget to salt the milk to boil the fish

Urszula said...

Potresti scrivere anche in Italiano!!Mi faresti un favore,e penso che avresti anche tanti fan italiani!!Vado meglio con italiano che inglese sopratutto con i tutorial uncinetto!!Ti saluto Buon Anno nuovo!!

Katrinshine said...

Urszula, all inizio scrivevo in due lingue, ma per SEO non è buono purtroppo. Cominciare altro blog solo in italiano non ho tempo.


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