You don’t have to deep-fry these fish balls. They can be air-fried or boiled and added to a soup if you’d prefer a heartier meal. We hope you enjoy making and eating this quick seafood snack as much as we enjoyed telling you about it. This recipe is pretty fluid; if you’d like to try it with crab or prawn, we say why not? Give it a try. Good luck and happy eating!
Roll the balls using slightly wet hands so that the mixture doesn’t stick to your palm.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do fish balls last in the freezer?
You can keep fish balls in the freezer for up to a week.
Which other fish can be used to make fish balls?
You can opt for King Fish (Sakala/Cobia) – Boneless Cubes.