Scotland Main Meal Ideas
Fish Sausages Patties Recipe
This recipe for fish sausages is based on an old recipes which was found in an old Scottish Womens Rural Institute cook book. Popular for its practical nature in using small amounts or left overs. The recipe is equally as good with left over (cooked!!) white fish or using fresh. prawns shoudl NOT be used as leftovers.
Fish Sausages Recipe
2 teaspoons dried parsley
2 eggs (lightly beaten)
6oz cooked white fish
2 oz peeled prawns
2 oz mushrooms
2 oz breadcrumbs
3 oz fine oatmeal
salt & pepper
Skin the fish(if requried) and remove any bones and finely chop the prawns. Chop and fry the mushrooms in a little butter.
Using a bowl, break up and pound the white fish, prawns, mushrooms, breadcrumbs into a consistency similar to sausagemeat. Then add the parsley and seasoning, binding the mixture with half the beaten egg mixture.
With floured hands form the mixture into sausage shapes and dip in the remaining beaten egg and roll in the oatmeal. Fry this in hot shallow oil for about 6 to 7 minutes until golden brown, turning regularly
Drain on kitchen paper and this should serve four.
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