Jamaican Food/Recipe: Salt-Fish Fritters

How to Make Jamaican Saltfish fritters

Jamaican Salt fish fritters are great as a snack, meal or an accompaniment to something else. There are quite a few recipes floating around, this is the one we use in our house, more specifically, this is what I saw my mother do last week and just replicated…

Ingredients

200g Salted Cod (soaked overnight) | 1 Bell Pepper | 1 Spring Onion | 1 Tomato | Black Pepper | All-Purpose Seasoning | 3 Eggs | 3 Tablespoons Flour

Soundtrack

The Harder They Come (Original Film Soundtrack) (Spotify)

  1. Tear the Jamaican Salt fish up removing any bones and dividing it into small pieces before draining it
  2. Dice the bell pepper and tomato mixing these with the chopped spring onion
  3. Add the Jamaican Salt-fish to the chopped vegetables.
  4. Add black pepper and seasoning to the mixture
  5. Thoroughly mix the eggs into the mixture before mixing in the flour
  6. Heat oil in a pan. When hot, fry spoonfuls of the mixture for 2-3 minutes, turning.
  7. Drain on kitchen paper.

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Salt-fish fritters are great as a snack, meal or an accompaniment to something else. There are quite a few recipes floating around, this is the one we use in our house, more specifically, this is what I saw my mother do last week and just replicated.

Ingredients

200g Salted Cod (soaked overnight) | 1 Bell Pepper | 1 Spring Onion | 1 Tomato | Black Pepper | All-Purpose Seasoning | 3 Eggs | 3 Tablespoons Flour

Soundtrack

The Harder They Come (Original Film Soundtrack) (Spotify)

Method

  1. Tear the salt-fish up removing any bones and dividing it into small pieces before draining it
  2. Dice the bell pepper and tomato mixing these with the chopped spring onion
  3. Add the salt-fish to the chopped vegetables. Add black pepper and seasoning to the mixture
  4. Thoroughly mix the eggs into the mixture before mixing in the flour
  5. Heat oil in a pan. When…

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