Charlie and I don’t eat many land animals and no flying animals, but we do eat fish. That makes us pescatarians.
So we had this the other day, and yum yum!
Mashed sweet pertaters, peas cooked with freshly grated nutmeg, and salmon croquettes–or, as we call them, salmon patties. When I make them–now don’t make that face!–I leave the bones in. We like to crunch ’em. Canned salmon, this is, not fresh. Fresh bones would prolly be a tad bit overcrunchy, I’m thinking.
ANYWAY, I mix in an egg, dried dill weed, onion powder, salt, and breadcrumbs (usually Italian-flavored). Flavored with Italian-style spices, that is, not with Italians. So I let that rest a while so the crumbs soak up the egg, then I make patties, dredge them in more bread crumbs, and fry them in vegan margarine.
I’m posting today at Fatal Foodies about a leftover stir-fry we enjoyed very much.
A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Write about a fish, dead or alive.