The cod fritters are a great way to take advantage of the cheapest part of the desalted cod, the migas, and turn them into a festive dish that everyone likes and is very typical of Easter. Thanks to your Chefbot you can prepare the dough in a matter of minutes. If you let it rest overnight in the fridge, the flavours will be more integrated (and the fritters more delicious). Stir well before frying the fritters, wait until the oil is very hot and help yourself with two spoons to get evenly sized and rounded fritters: take the dough with one of them and use the other to push it.
- 300 g of desalted cod (skin and bones removed (may be crumbs))
- 3 cloves of garlic (to taste)
- 30 g A handful of parsley leaves
- 30 ml 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- 2 medium sized eggs (preferably from happy hens)
- 200 ml beer (or water with a teaspoon of well-dissolved Royal yeast, about 8 g, half an envelope)
- 200 g wheat flour
- Some salt (if necessary)
- Mild olive or sunflower oil for frying
- Place the blade accessory in the Chefbot’s glass. Add the 3 cloves of garlic (to taste), the 30 g of parsley leaves and the cod. Program 10 seconds at speed 10 and close.
- Remove the blade accessory and insert the stir paddle accessory. Using the spatula, push down whatever is left on the walls of the glass. Add the 30 ml of oil, program 5 minutes at 110℃ and close.
- Be careful not to burn yourself, remove the stir paddle accessory and attach the blade accessory. Test some cod to see the level of salt and calculate the level of salt to be added. Add the 2 eggs, the 200 g of sifted flour, salt to taste and the beer. Program 12 seconds at speed 6 and close.
- Open the glass of the Chefbot and, using the spatula, push down whatever is left on the walls of the glass. Set 6 seconds at speed 6 and close. Using the spatula, remove the dough and place it on a lid, which is covered with film. Let it rest in the fridge for at least a couple of hours, ideally from one day to the next. Fry the fritters in plenty of hot oil (which does not smoke), drain on kitchen paper and serve.