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shopping delivery man just brought some horrible looking pollack fillets. how can i use then other than a fish pie (need to disguise them a bit!)

(7 Posts)
Herecomesthesciencebint Thu 29-Oct-09 12:31:33

was planning to top them with a herb crust but honestly I think they need to be hidden a bit!
might use a bit to do a fishpie or fishcakes but any other ideas for white fish?

FaintlyMacabre Thu 29-Oct-09 12:34:50

Cut into strips and make them into goujons?

Herecomesthesciencebint Thu 29-Oct-09 13:01:00

ooh yes thats a good idea. do I coat them in breadcrumbs then fry?

FaintlyMacabre Thu 29-Oct-09 13:04:39

I roll them in seasoned (gf) flour first, then dip in beaten egg, then breadcrumbs. Then fry in a lot of oil.
I use gluten free 'crumbs' from a packet so not sure how it would work with normal breadcrumbs. I think if you made them very fine in the processor then let them dry a bit it should work.

fishie Thu 29-Oct-09 13:30:42

pesto and breadcrumbs on top then bake or grill.

sprinkle it with salt and leave for half an hour, then rinse. this will perk it up a bit. i like pollack battered and fried, it has good texture.

StirlingNeedsAScaryName Thu 29-Oct-09 16:01:52

These Battered Pollack Bites look yummy - I keep meaning to buy some pollack just to try this but haven't got around to it yet.

LowLevelWhingeing Thu 29-Oct-09 21:21:54

if they're not the best, how about fish cakes, either traditional kind or thai?

it's too late now isn't it?

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