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Try These Once And You’ll Be Hooked Forever
About a year ago I took a vacation and decided to try every possible new dish I would come across, even if it seemed strange to me.
My husband and I traveled to Mauritius, which is a very small island near the South-East coast of Africa. One of the things we immediately noticed was that they ate a lot of fish! All kinds of fish was available in every possible way, shape and form – and it was delicious.
One of the dishes I tried and absolutely loved were spicy fish balls. You could get them from these tiny kiosks by the beach, or buy frozen ones and cook them in oil yourself. They were so tasty that I simply had to find a recipe as soon as I returned home! Now, this fish ball recipe is said to be Caribbean, but the taste is very close to the ones I tried – and just as delicious.
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Quick Tip: If you can’t find cod fillets, you could use coalfish.