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    Whitebait fritters from NZ?

    I’m not sure about that

    https://fresh.co.nz/nz-whitebait-fritters/

  • #2
    Looks like they would be hell to clean. Need about 2000 for lunch

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    • #3
      I prefer not to eat anything with bait in the name. That’s for other fishes. Anchovies, okay. Sardines, okay. Whitebait, no.
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      • #4
        Are those like smelts?
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        • Ol Mucky
          Ol Mucky commented
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          They looked like glassie silky minnows

          But like smelt, I wouldn’t eat them as a fritter either. Lol

        • KMac
          KMac commented
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          Yes, I am not a fan of anything with the bones. That includes sardines. No thanks to the eyeballs and guts either.

      • #5
        I love fritters. My great grandmother made the best salted Cod fritters. Lots of onion, garlic and parsley.
        You can make fritters out of anything. Yum.

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        • #6
          They are actually very good to eat, some restaurants sell them here, they are not cleaned, just a small fish, cooked until crispy in a kind of batter.

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        • #7
          Just like a fresh fish "fritter" no bones, head or anything is noticeable, it's just a crispy fish taste, people eat all sorts of things as everyday meals, where others think they're nuts.....soft shell crab, hog jowls, animal heart, tongues and brains, chicken livers.....yeeek, blood sausage....no thanks.
          Last edited by noelm; 01-14-2022, 04:12 AM.

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          • #8
            I had these very lightly fried New Years day at an omakase place in St Pete. They were very tasty and you could not tell they had bones or anything.
            When they served them you could see barely the little black eyes under the bread crumb batter. I didn't say anything to the people with us. One or two may not have eaten them and I didn't want to piss off the sushi chef.

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