Baked Fish Kibbeh

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Here in Brazil we know very well the fried kibbeh, the roasted kibbeh and maybe even the raw kibbeh. Some of these dishes have even become part of our menu, but have you ever heard of roasted fish kibbeh?

The fish kebab roast is a very different dish kebab meat we know. As the name implies, the fish kebab roast, fish takes the kebab meat place we know here.

The interesting thing is that these kibbeh recipes, both meat and fish, are original from the Middle East, and some of them, such as meat kibbeh, are already very popular here, they are so popular that we often make our own version. of the Arab delicacy.

The roasted fish kibbeh is a great option for those who want to vary the menu, or for those who have some restriction in relation to red meat, but do not want to give up a delicious kibbeh.

Baked fish kibbeh has a flavor unlike anything you've ever seen. This dish will surprise you with how much flavor it has.

Without further ado, follow the special and delicious recipe for Baked Fish Quibe!

Ingredients

  • 1 kg of boneless hake 
  • 2 or 3 cups of washed fine wheat 
  • 1 medium onion, chopped 
  • 1 bunch of coriander 
  • zest of 1/2 Bahia orange 
  • sweet pepper 
  • shawl 
  • Filling: 
  • 1 kg of sliced ​​onions 
  • olive oil 
  • chili 
  • pine nuts 
  • shawl 

Preparation

Season the hake with the zest of orange peel, sweet pepper and salt. Grind the fish together with the cilantro. Moa wheat with onion, mix with hake and re-grind together several times. Make the filling sauté (without browning) the onions in olive oil. Add the seasoned pinhõezinhos with salt and pepper. Then grease a baking dish with butter, line the bottom with the filling, covering everything with a kebab layer. Smooth and with a scratch knife diamonds without further traces. Put it in the oven. Serve with salad, pita bread and lemon.

Additional information about the baked fish kibbeh

As well as adapting some Brazilian seasonings to the meat kibbeh, you can also make your own version of baked fish kibbeh. You can substitute boneless hake for another type of fish, such as hake or boneless red fish.

In addition, you can also add other seasonings and spices that you like to your baked fish kibbeh, to make the flavor of this dish even more special. Use your creativity and make this recipe even more delicious and with your personality.


Now that you've learned how to make this delicious ROASTED FISH KIBBE, how about also knowing other very tasty and practical recipes that we have here on the blog My Recipes? We have many options for snacks, treats and other delicious delicacies to make your day better.

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