Fried Fish Sausage ( Loock Chin Pa Tod )


From Appon’s Thai Food Page, go take a look its great.

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This fish sausage can be sliced and served with noodles, rice dishes or eaten as a snack. It has masses of flavour and unlike store bought sausages, you don’t need to worry about what’s in it!
In the photograph you can see the finished fried sausage at the front, and the steamed sausage in aluminium-foil at the back, I’ts been sliced through it so you can see inside.

Ingredients:
150 grams of soft fleshed white fish, minced
1 Tbs wheat flour
1 Tbs corn flour
2 Tsp salt
1 Tsp of freashly ground black pepper
1/2 Tsp white pepper
40 gms crushed  or shaved ice
Aluminium foil or Banana leaves

Preparation:
Put the fish mince into a blender, add half the ice and all the other ingredients and blend for 2 minutes.
Add some more ice and blend again to break it up, keep doing this until all the ice is used up.
Take the mixture and form a sausage, wrap it in tinfoil or banana leaves. Wrap it tight to compress the mixture.
Steam for 15 minutes then leave to cool.
Remove the foil and deep fry for 5 minutes in hot oil.
Slice it when its time to serve.

Serve With
Noodle Soup
Fried Vegetables

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