Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Fish Paste Roll



This is my version of fish paste roll in beancurd sheet. I marinated the fish paste (ready-made) with chopped scallion, carrot and sesame oil. Then, spread it on a square beancurd sheet, roll it up swiss roll style and deep-fry until golden brown and crispy.


Cut and serve with Thai sweet chilli sauce. Delicious!

6 comments:

The Cooking Ninja said...

I have to stop looking at all those delicious chinese food. I'm drooling over my pc and can't do anything about it :( I have to go back to Singapore soon to satisfy my craving.

WokandSpoon said...

Hello! That really looks like a great snack! I've never actually used beancurd sheet - I know you can get it dried. How long do you soak the dried sheets in water first?

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Look so yummy gf!

tigerfish said...

I like this fish paste roll too! Like fish cake, but wrapped with bean curd skin. Nice and yummy :)

millufe said...

Your fish paste roll looks like Japanese fish cake, i've never made it but i will try! your's looks sooooo nice.

millufe fron Japan

Little Corner of Mine said...

Cooking ninja,
Uh? Why can't you make it yourself here? But, can go home and satisfy your cravings also good. :)

Wokandspoon,
I got mine frozen. You don't really soak it, just dip it in water to soften it.

Thanks V. :)

Thanks Tigerfish, will try with nori sheet next. Hehe...

Thanks millufe. Guess it's like a fish cake, sure tastes good though. ;)