Fish croquettes

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

13 Responses

  1. neri says:

    hi sassy! i am going to try this one, hubby loves potatoes and i’m sure he’ll be happy to eat not only just the plain and usual mashed potatoes at home. thanks for your great recipes!

  2. relly says:

    Hello sassy, that is laborious ang process. For my children should ready a bottle of Catsup here they write as KETCHUP.

  3. Connie says:

    yah, neri, it’s a welcome change.

    relly, i know. i was perspiring like anything by the time i finished cooking. pero, ok lang. i didn’t want the mashed potatoes to just spoil in the fridge.

  4. Dina says:

    Croquettes are also Spanish in origin – croquetas. I have seen it as part of the tapas menu. First time I’ve had it was Xmas 2003 when someone we know from Spain made croquetas de jamon : )

  5. Kats says:

    I think I saw similar recipes cooked at Mario Battali’s show (Lifestyle Network)

    syempre iba lang yung laman, pero egg washed pa rin.

  6. Connie says:

    Dina, croquetas de jamon sounds delicious! i wish i’d thought of that when we had all that leftover had after Christmas…

    Kats, ayyy… I wish we had Lifestyle Network. I seem to be missing a lot. Alas… well at least we have Discovery Travel & Living.

  7. Rin says:

    Suppose we can try making the croquettes like left over turkey or chicken (from Thanksgiving), meatloaf or crabmeat as long as we have the sweet chili sauce (sambal pedas manis from Indonesia) for accompaniment.

  8. eysie says:

    hey sassy! ive been getting my recipes from your site..i really learned a lot of great cooking ideas and tips from you. i know it’s almost a year na since i first learned of this blog pero ngayon lang ako nagpost ng comment..:) oh well, i do hope you’ll continue to inspire people with your great recipes.

    God bless you and your family!:smile:

  9. Connie says:

    Rin, yah, you can! We tried making croquettes with ground beef and even canned sardines and they were good too. :)

    Thanks, eysie. :)

  10. mayflor says:

    I have a question is this recipe the same thing as the Pinoy fish ball? coz i desperately want that recipe, im craving for Fish ball. Please email me and send me the recipe if anyone know thanks so much. its