Fiskefrikadeller and its remoulade

It’s been a while since I last shared traditional recipes from my home. In Denmark we eat a lot of croquettes, whether they are with vegetables, meat or fish, we eat them all the time.
Today I offer you my recipe for Fiskefrikadellers (fish croquettes in Danish).

For the Fiskefrikadeller (for 4 people):

• 500 gr of cod
• 1 egg
• 1 tbsp of maizena
• 2 teaspoon of dijon mustard
• 1, 5 dl of fresh cream with 9% fat
• the zest of a lemon
• fresh dill
• 30 gr of butter

For the remoulade:

• 2 carrots
• 6 pickles (replaced by capers in my kitchen)
• 1 apple
• 2 cases. mayonnaise
• 2 cases. Greek yogurt
• 2 tsp. Dijon mustard
• 1/4 tsp curry
• 1 tsp lemon juice

Preparation:

Fiskefrikadeller:

  1. Cut the cod into large cubes, pour into the food processor bowl with all the other ingredients (except the dill), mix to obtain a homogeneous filling, add the chopped dill last (if you mix it, you will be croquettes a little green) Salt and pepper. You can also use the bowl of your Blender.
  2. Heat a pan with the butter and place the croquettes. You can make them with a tablespoon or use small pastry circles that you place in the pan to give a rounder shape to your croquettes. Cook over low heat so that they are golden brown then turn them delicately.

Remoulade:

  1. Peel and grate the carrots, add the pickles (or 1 tsp capers). Mix the mayonnaise, yogurt, mustard, curry, lemon juice in a bowl with a fork. Incorporate this mixture into the vegetables. Grate the apple without removing the skin and add it to the remoulade. Salt and pepper.
  2. Serve the fiskefrikadeller with the remoulade, chopped dill and steamed new potatoes.

I hope you’ll like it!

Author: Corona

A danish deaf girl infused with tea the morning, Corona the evening (the beer not the virus!) and addicted to cookies all the time! PS: Don't let me my phone or camera when I'm bored!

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