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  Subject :Frozen fish recommendations?
12/23/2010 17:23 
lovetocook
Joined: 12/15/2010 00:29
Posts: 11
just wondering if anyone uses fish other than A & B ? any recommendations? i am getting bored of same old.. plus its the most expensive!
Last Edited On: 12/23/2010 19:12 By LeahS [Admin] - Reason: Its a great question and deserves it own thread.
  Subject :Re:Frozen fish recommendations?
12/26/2010 14:03 
number1chef
Joined: 12/20/2010 14:53
Posts: 9
I know that some people use Ungar's - which is not as expensive. But my family sticks to A & B - it's really the best!
  Subject :Re:Frozen fish recommendations?
12/26/2010 14:59 
njmom
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
Are you getting bored or Gefilta Fish or just A&B?
I buy Fruends Simcha Roll. I have no idea if its more expensive or cheaper, but it has little pieces of carrots inside that makes it a bit more exciting then plain old gefilta fish.
  Subject :Re:Frozen fish recommendations?
12/26/2010 15:31 
lovetocook
Joined: 12/15/2010 00:29
Posts: 11
that's cute. I used the simcha roll this shabbos and it was very good actually. Thanks!
  Subject :Re:Frozen fish recommendations?
12/27/2010 06:36 
rachel
Joined: 12/13/2010 22:09
Posts: 39
I use ungar's and it seems fine. The truth is I never tasted it, I hate fish. But everyone says it is good.
  Subject :Re:Frozen fish recommendations?
12/27/2010 18:18 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
The trick to tasty gefilta fish, is not the brand you use, but what you do before you put the frozen loaf in the pot. I learned this from my mother-in-law many years ago. Cut up carrots, slice an onion in thick slices, 1 potatoe cut in thick slices, 1 petrishka cut in half, and 2-3 celery stick cut in half and cover with water. Add spices- garlic,salt, blk pepper and hungarian paprika for color. Add 3/4-1 cup sugar. Let this cook for about 15-20 minutes on medium to high flame. Reduce flame, place frozen fish roll and cook for 1-1 1/2 hours. If you want the fish sauce to gel, add to the vegetables some fish skins(pike is good). Place the skins in a wrap and boil bag. When fish is cooked, place in container with carrots and potatoes-everything else throw out or use for another purpose- and strain the fish juice on top. If you like the gefilta fish dry, just wrap in an aluminum foil without any sauce. Enjoy!
  Subject :Re:Frozen fish recommendations?
02/28/2012 10:46 
smartcookie
Joined: 10/18/2011 04:15
Posts: 29
WOW. THIS SOUNDS REALLY GOOD AND I WILL TRY IT THIS SHABBOS. UNTIL NOW, I JUST USED SLICED ONIONS & CARROTS. I GUESS THE OTHER VEG ADDS DIFF FLAVOR. I LIKE WEBER'S (16TH AVE / 50TH STR) GEFILTE FISH. HE ALSO HAS SPLENDA GEFILTE WHICH IS IMPORTANT FOR ME. SO WITH TTHESE ADDED VEG, I HOPE IT WILL TASTE EXTRA SPECIAL. THANKS
Last Edited On: 02/28/2012 10:48 By smartcookie
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