Fish Balls are used in dishes all around the world. Variants of Fish Balls are popular in dishes in various regions in Asia, from Southern China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and across Southeast Asian countries, such as the Philippines. The Chinese-style Fish Balls are made with fish paste and boiled in a soupy broth, or even deep-fried.
The Nordic-style Fish Balls are traditionally made from white-meat fish species, most notably Cod or Haddock.
What are Fish Balls made of?
Nordic-style Fish Balls are traditionally made of cod, eggs and flour. For seasoning, they would usually include onion, white pepper and parsley.
Are Fish Balls Healthy?
As the main ingredients are fish and eggs, Fish Balls are relatively healthy and nutritious food. Flour and potato starch are not fit for all diets, such as keto, but can easily be replaced with diet-friendly alternatives, such as an almond meal. Conventionally, Fish Balls are fried in butter on a pan but can also be oven-cooked.
What do Fish Balls taste like?
They taste delicious. But don’t take our word for it…
How long doe Fish Balls last?
Frozen Fish Balls will have a shelf life of about 6 months. Fresh fish balls should be cooked right away and can be kept in a fridge for 1-2 days after cooking.