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Fish Tots

August 1, 2017

Just a few weeks ago, I was tearing my head apart trying to figure how much faster could I migrate the blog from WordPress to Wix? I am telling you...the stress levels in my brain were at an all time high. Each day, I migrated 10-20 posts (manually). This is basically the epitome of my downfall. But I made it through you guys! The whole process was, in fact, the rewriting of each blog post I have written since circa 2012.

 

 

As the migration took place, in order to make eHealed a more user-friendly blog for all to enjoy, I was so in the mood for something nugget-y to dip and munch on with my wife for lunch. Insert the incredible Fish Tots here.

 

 

Since we do not do fast food, I came up with my own crispy Fish Tots are the homemade "fast food" version of a fish nugget. They are scrumptious and simple to make without eating out at a fast food restaurant. You do not have to give into your food temptations, considering it took me only 20 minutes to make 20-24 itty bitty Fish Tots

 

 

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Fish Tots

 

These crispy Fish Tots are the homemade version of a fish nugget. They are scrumptious and simple to make without eating fast food.

 

 

 

Prep time: 5 mins

Cook time: 15 mins

Total time: 20 mins

Yields: 20-24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients

 

Optional

 

Instructions

  1. Make a batch of Cilantro Garlic Sauce. Refrigerate.

  2. Place all ingredients, except coconut oil, in the food processor. Pulse until dough forms. Transfer the dough to a medium bowl.

  3. Using a melon baller, make little scoops and roll into bite size tots.

  4. Bring 2 tbsp of coconut oil to medium heat on a skillet. Fry four tots at a time, cooking them evenly on each side until browned. Repeat until there are no tots left.

  5. Serve with Cilantro Garlic Sauce to dip. For an added kick, mix sriracha into the dipping sauce.

 

Notes

  • Any type of fish you have on hand works for this recipe. Our favorite is tilapia or salmon.

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