Cod Roe Cutlets With Tartare Sauce

Tinned cod roe is only about £1.30, so why don't you give this a go.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 4 Prep: 20 min Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Princes Cod Roe 1 tin
Flour as required
Egg 1
Breadcrumbs as required
Vegetable oil for frying as required
Tartare Sauce:
Hard-boiled egg 1
Gherkins 2
Onion 1/4
Mayonnaise 150ml
Vinegar 1 tbsp
Fresh parsley as required
Salt & pepper as you like

Method

1
Let's make the tartare sauce first. Finely chop the onions and sprinkle some salt on it to draw out the water.
2
Separate the boiled egg into white and yolk. Finely chop both and the gherkins and put into a bowl. Add the onions from Step 1, mayonnaise and vinegar. Stir thoroughly.
3
Add the finely chopped parsley and mix. You can add salt & pepper here for a stronger taste.
4
Remove the cod roe from the tin using a fork. I then cut it in half horizontally.
5
Dredge in flour, dip in beaten egg and coat in breadcrumbs. Deep fry in hot oil (160-180C) for 3-4 minutes.
6
The cod roe is already cooked so you don't need to fry too much. Keep an eye on them and remove when they are nicely browned.
7
Drain excess oil and put on a dish, pour over the tartare sauce or serve alongside.

Tips & Note

●This time I sliced the cod roe in half, but this might be too much. Perhaps in 4 would be better.
●Tomato sauce would also go well instead of tartare sauce.

Cod Roe Cutlets With Tartare Sauce

Tinned cod roe is only about £1.30, so why don't you give this a go.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Serves 4

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Princes Cod Roe 1 tin
Flour as required
Egg 1
Breadcrumbs as required
Vegetable oil for frying as required
Tartare Sauce:
Hard-boiled egg 1
Gherkins 2
Onion 1/4
Mayonnaise 150ml
Vinegar 1 tbsp
Fresh parsley as required
Salt & pepper as you like

Cod Roe Cutlets With Tartare Sauce

Recipe ID :1163 Posted on 28 SEP 2015

Serves 4

Prep 20min
Cook 20min
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Tinned cod roe is only about £1.30, so why don't you give this a go.

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1 tin
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2
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150ml
1 tbsp
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Method

Prep
20min
Cook
20min
1
Let's make the tartare sauce first. Finely chop the onions and sprinkle some salt on it to draw out the water.
2
Separate the boiled egg into white and yolk. Finely chop both and the gherkins and put into a bowl. Add the onions from Step 1, mayonnaise and vinegar. Stir thoroughly.
3
Add the finely chopped parsley and mix. You can add salt & pepper here for a stronger taste.
4
Remove the cod roe from the tin using a fork. I then cut it in half horizontally.
5
Dredge in flour, dip in beaten egg and coat in breadcrumbs. Deep fry in hot oil (160-180C) for 3-4 minutes.
6
The cod roe is already cooked so you don't need to fry too much. Keep an eye on them and remove when they are nicely browned.
7
Drain excess oil and put on a dish, pour over the tartare sauce or serve alongside.

Tips & Note

●This time I sliced the cod roe in half, but this might be too much. Perhaps in 4 would be better.
●Tomato sauce would also go well instead of tartare sauce.

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