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Crispy Baked Cod Fish Strips ~ CNY 2014

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I remember that this snack which I made for the previous Chinese New Year was a great hit in our family. In fact it was all polished off even before the Chinese New Year holidays. It is indeed very addictive and you can't stop grabbing one after another, trust me. So this time around, I bought the cod fish strips (not very sure whether it is really cod fish or some cuttlefish strips) from a shop at Fu Lu Shu complex and the price is $1/100 gram and the nori seaweed is about $3 for a pack of 8. Here you go with this addictive but easy snack recipe.
Don't tell me that I didn't warn you, you may need to triple or even make more of this recipe to serve your friends and family for the festive holidays :D

This is my post in 2013 (check here)


Crispy Baked Cod Fish Strips


    Ingredients:
     200g Cod fish strips
     8 pack Nori Seaweed 
     adequate egg white and toasted white sesame seeds


 Cut the nori seaweed into 7 strips.


 Fold 4 cod fish strips together into half. Brush a strip of nori seaweed with egg white and roll it over the cod fish strips at one end.

 Dap a a little egg white on the nori seaweed and press on the sesame seeds

Bake at preheated oven 140C for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown.
Leave them to cool and store into an airtight container.

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香脆鳕鱼丝紫菜券



     材料:
     200克 鳕鱼丝
     紫菜 (一大包装里有八小包)
     蛋白,白芝麻 - 适量

     做法:
  • 拿出一片紫菜剪出七条,备用。
  • 拿出4条鳕鱼丝,折成半。拿一条紫菜抹上蛋白,券在鳕鱼丝上;然后再沾上白芝麻。 (请看图片)
  • 放入预热烤箱,用140度烤8-10分钟至金黄色即可。
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I am linking this post to Bake Along event, Chinese New cookies for the month Jan 2014


Also post to Aspiring Bakers #39: CNY Rock and Roll! (Jan 2014)

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  1. Wow! These are my favourite snack, the plain fish strips I mean....now I can make it even more delicious! yum!

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    1. Hi Jeannie, Is really yummy. I'm going to make the 2nd batch tomorrow.

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  2. 这个家人都很喜欢,所以今年的年饼名单一定会有它。。:)

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    1. Karen, 我还以为你已经做了 :)

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  3. 很简单的一道新年饼,真可爱!孩子一定很喜欢!

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    1. Thanks Victoria. Can try this snack for Chinese New Year :DE

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  5. looks very pretty. and sounds delicious!!

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  6. For me this looks really exotic :) but very tempting.

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  7. 你的这个造型弄得好漂亮,与众不同哦。。:)

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  8. I have never had anything like those cod strips...they are so fun to make and delicious!

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    1. Angie, This is very addictive and crispy. Too bad you can't find these ingredients at your place :(

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  9. I can't help salivating looking at those yummy strips. I've seen some on sale now, but with nori sheets wrapped in wonton skin and then deep fried. Baking is definitely more healthy! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you Cheah :) I prefer bake too. The deep fried stuff is too oily.

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  10. Good morning, Ann! Yes, I remember that and this year, you have come out with a cute-looking octopus shape! Yum yum~

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    1. Thanks Jessie. hahaa... I think is more like the horse tail :D

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  11. Dear Ann, Thanks for the recipe. I bake yesterday but this morning it turn soft. I bake it at 150 c for 10 minutes.

    Thks
    Yee

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    1. Hi Yee, I kept mine in a container for two days already, so far no problem. You can re-bake them again and store them immediately after baked. You cannot leave them at room temperature for long.

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  12. Hi Ann,
    I believe even if I tripled the recipe, I would finish them all myself! Haha!
    These looks wonderful, bookmarked! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hi Joyce, I this snack and keep popping it into my mouth. Hopefully I won't get sore throat later :D

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  13. Ann , I love these nibbles ! Actually , it's been years since I've eaten fish strips :P You've made the ordinary fish strips into something special !

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  14. i think i hv not eaten the ones from the packet ...next time i see this, i shall get a packet first :) thx ann for linking!

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  15. Thanks for the recipe! Have got ready the ingredients and can't wait to try it out later!

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    1. Hi Min, I hope you'll enjoyed this snack :)

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  16. What a great idea, Ann! I simply love your creativity.

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  17. Hi Ann,

    I remember this that you baked last year... Cute that you are baking them like the shape of Chinese calligraphy brush pen this year :D

    Zoe

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  18. So creative Ann, my son used to love these fish sticks when he was little...you turned this simple fish sticks into something awesome.
    Thanks for the recipe and hope you are having a wonderful week :D

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    1. Thank you Juliana.
      Hope you've a wonderful Chinese New Year!

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  19. I have bookmarked this since last year, but still don't know I have time to make this popular snack or not ...

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  20. This post is just nice for this month AB theme. Will b nice to have this in it. Do refer to Foodplayground.blogspot.com n submit your post. Hear from u soon :)

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  21. Eileen, Hundred Eighty DegreesJanuary 25, 2014 at 7:25 AM

    Hi Ann, I'm done with CNY bake but this looks so tempting....

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