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Alaw2’s Recipes

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    Posted: 21 May 2007 at 11:59pm
Can anyone give me the recipe for an authentic Salt fish Accra?? I am desperate.Please help. Christ ChildSleepy
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Anyone have any recipe for saltfish accra or saltfish cake I think it is called in other neighboring Island such as St Vincent. I am longing to eat some.My mother used to make them, but she have gone home to be with the Lord.

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caymanian’s Recipes

Quote caymanian Replybullet Posted: 23 May 2007 at 10:03am

this is my take of fish fritters or

Trinidad Saltfish Accra or Jamaican Saltfish fritters


1 lb boneless saltfish

3 eggs
1 small onion, finely chopped
 1/4 cup not too  finely chopped spring onions
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped

1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon finely chopped Scotch bonnet pepper
1 1/4 cup flour some folks use potatoes but i prefer flour.
enough vegitable oil for deep frying or regular frying. 
2 teaspoons baking powder for fluffy or leave out your preference
1/2 cup water
1 tsp thyme
Freshly ground black pepper

soak fish overnight change water till you have gotten as much salt out , then boil for a few minute, remove then flake fish in very small pieces.

Whip eggs then mix in every thing till it is like a stiff pancake mixture.

Take a table spoon , drop in hot oil and fry till brown.

Serve with sour cream.

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Quote kookycook Replybullet Posted: 24 May 2007 at 10:46am

1/2 lb salt cod
4ozs plain flour
1 tsp baking pwd
1/2 tsp salt[adjust]
1 medium egg
6-7 fl ozs milk(170ml)
1 ozs melted butter
1 med onion finely chopped
1 fresh hot pepper
Oil for frying

Soak fish for up to 24 hours changing the water.Depending on how old salty and hard the fish is you may be able to do it in 2 hours or so.Cover with boiling water and simmer gently until fully cooked.shred fish removing the skin and bones.
Make a batter with the flour, baking pwd and a pinch of salt add egg milk and butter and beat until smooth. Add the onion,fish and as much pepper as required.fry in spoonfuls in a medium hot pan with oil.

Variations on this theme: add a little garlic or scallions chopped. Also add thyme allspice(pimento) and other flavourings to the batter. More (or less egg/flour)
Basically they are saltfish fritters so anything goes. Goodkooking
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