Saito Fishballs @ Ji Ke

SP Sai To Fishball @ Ji Ke

Saito fish balls or cakes are made from its namesake fish or Wolf Herring (Ikan Parang) where the fish flesh is deboned (scrapped off using a metal spoon in the old days) from the fresh catch of the day and minced never chopped before mixing with flour and salt. The mixture is then whipped into a firm paste from which fish balls or cakes are spooned or formed and boiled to pre-cook. These fish balls or cakes are cooked in piping hot boiling soup (they float when cooked) before serving with a sprinkling of chopped spring onions and a dash of soya sauce & garlic oil, into a bouncy springy delicious fare.

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