Sizzling Sweet and Sour Rich Fish Balls Recipe

Sizzling Sweet and Sour Rich Fish Balls Recipe

Sizzling Sweet and Sour Rich Fish Balls Recipe

The Feast of the Seven Fishes was amazing. Christmas Eve started with the quick and crispy fish balls with little variation this time. The easy to make appetizers are every ones all time favorite and can be fried in batches. Fish balls can be prepared instantly or in advance. Since there are lot many preparations for Christmas and New Year’s Eve, one can prepare fish balls in advance to save time.

Preferably Salmon or Pomfret fish is used. Oyster sauce enhances the already tempting flavor. With the sesame seeds, the tangy appetizers become more crunchy and crispy. The most loved snack is definitely going to increase the taste of the New Year. So welcome the New Year with Sizzling Sweet and Sour Rich Fish Balls with your favorite drink.

Ingredients:-

12 fish balls,

1 1/2 tablespoon tomato sauce,

1/2 teaspoon chili sauce,

1 teaspoon sugar,

1/2 teaspoon cooking oil,

1/2 teaspoon oyster sauce,

1/2 teaspoon oil,

Sesame seeds

Preparation Method:-

1. Deep fry the fish balls until they turn golden brown. Dish out and set aside.

2. In a saucepan, add in cooking oil, ketchup, chili sauce, sugar, oyster sauce and stir until the sauces are well blended.

3. Toss in the fish balls and coat them well with the sauce.

4. Dish out, top with sesame seeds, and serve hot with your favorite drink and salad.

Double The New Year's Celebration with Crispy Fish Balls

Double The New Year’s Celebration with Crispy Fish Balls

Enjoy Rich Fish Balls ,This New Year & Every Year!!!

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