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Learn how to make Salt Cod fish cakes. This is the hors d'oeuvre of choice at any Caribbean Party. They are easy to make ...
with a unique flavour that goes well with alcoholic beverages.
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How to make Salt Cod Fish Cakes
Female 1: We got fish cakes. You said you know about - so come on. There we go. It already smells good. You know what? I should really turn this on.
Female 2: Okay, fire in the hole.
Female 1: While we mix up, I’ll just put this to heat because we’re deep frying.
Female 2: Is with a regular vegetable?
Female 1: This is sun flower oil but you can use any order that you wish. Now I should really turn this up because after it becomes really bubbling, you need to just take the heat down and let it simmer in the side for a while.
Okay, let it simmer. Before I start that, cheers! Bottoms up! Okay, come. In this bowl we got some plain flour. And for those of you that don’t know, this is what – were sold to—
Female 2: That’s enough.
Female 1: It’s been boil fro a couple of minutes and then shred it to break it up and I don’t like to get rid of all the salt because then you lose the character of the fish.
Female 2: And you don’t have to—
Female 1: Not a long time, maybe half an hour or there about no more. Down the door, all in.
To that we add some mashed potato. And the reason for the mash potato is to make the fritter because what we’re making here is some fritters. It helps too make the fritter light and fluffy. If it’s made with flour alone, it absorbs a lot of the oil and it becomes stogy.
So, in this bowl give it a little bit of flour. So I might need a little garlic and some olive. This— does anybody know what - or furniture? Okay. Well in Jamaica, they created this thing called Jerky and it’s really just a blended herbs and spices and what makes their Jerky unique is addition of all spice which is pimiento.
In -, we use the same base of herbs and spices but we add close and that’s what makes Barbadian seasoning different to jerk. And it is the food that also made different flavor as well. And I have a confession, I was supposed to bring this along with all the other stuff that I have here and I thought. So, today I have to work this up really fast but it works.
That should do it. Of course you must have a little bit of pepper sauce.
Female 2: What kind of—
Female 1: You know they have in your own?
Female 2: Yes, oh yes.
Female 1: Yes. Very—
Female 2: There is very last.
Female 1: Yeah. Add some baking powder because we want them to pop up and be nice and airy. There you go.
Male: Really, that’s hot, get some water.
Male 2: Okay.
Female 1: Is the rice any good? Or you’re going to -to make goes anything. Thank you.
The water is added a little bit. How am I doing at the time? Oh, I won again. I don’t want to keep you from getting dust quick enough although I spoil your appetite here are no but I think that’s good for you.
We’re trying to make a butter of dropping consistencies so you put the water in. There is no hard in part in task rule about this. You just put a little bit at a time until you can see that the butter will drop.
And you know what? I won’t work here anymore. The reason is if you know how to look at, I was smart. I made some macaroni - as well so we all ready to fry it long as that holds it. It’s a cup.
Did anybody see the grandmother testing the oil to see if it’s ready by dropping a little bit flour in it? Your mama didn’t notice this? I guess it could work or maybe we could give in few more minutes or maybe I should turn up a little bit more.
Okay. Let’s see if you can get some smells coming out there. I’ll just put these on paper letting it to get any of the excess grease. You really don’t want to take in any of that unnecessarily.
We’re cooking with the electricity. For sure it’s ready. So, all you do is take a tiny little bit. You did -and push it with the other. You want to give it a try? That’s good to go. And while we’re doing those is— yeah? Serve away. So while these are frying, you can get a taste because we made some just a few moments ago.
Male: How deep is the oil?
Female 1: You have to let it just—. No more? Normally at home I would do it and an electric wok. You know the one with the curve bottom?
Male: But it should be submerged in water?
Female 1: Yes. What happens is that when you drop them, they go to the bottom. And as they begin to cook, they float out. Yeah. And you know what? I forgot to ask you your name.
Female 2: Carol.
Female 1: Okay, please to meet Carol and thank you so much for your help.