How to Make Fish Paste (Easy Recipe)

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This recipe is great for those who find the thought of attempting your own fish paste (used for fish balls, stuffed tofu & vegetables, fish cakes etc. etc.) daunting because of the cost and time involved. I’m using cheap Basa fillets which I found in the freezer section of my local Aldi supermarket, combined with lean chicken mince. Thanks to Uncle Jim of Jim’s Malaysian Kitchenhttp://www.unclejimkitchen.com.au/ for this relatively-unknown alternative to making fish paste.

Jackie M LIVE

Fish Paste Recipe

INGREDIENTS:

  • 500g basa fillets, defrosted, drained
  • 100g finely minced chicken
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • ½ tsp salt or 1 tsp chicken powder
  • 1 Tbsp tapioca flour or a bit more cornflour

METHOD:

  1. Combine all ingredients in food processor and blend until smooth. I used an Optimum Thermocook at Speed 8 for about 12 seconds. Be careful not to process for too long as the heat from the blades may semi-cook the paste.
  2. Fish paste is now ready for use in your recipes. Pictured here is stuffed tofu and vegetables – which I fried after stuffing with the fish paste, then drizzled some hoisin sauce and toasted sesame seeds over them.

Fish paste

If you’re interested in the Optimum Thermocook, here’s the link to find out more – http://jackiem.com.au/froothie 

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