Sunday, January 22, 2017

Easy Steps For CNY Dried Fish Fillet Snacks

THIS YEAR IS REALLY DIFFERENT from the previous year.  One year ago on this day, I was walking or should I say, hopping on a four-legged frame in Penang.  I was on wheelchair bound for a couple of months and was on clutches for a couple of months.  Thank God I could still move around here and there but never had a chance to make Chinese New Year goodies.  Everything just had to be ordered and bought....

This year I thought I would be doing the same, just ordering a bit here and there, but as the date to CNY draws nearer, the interest of trying out baking began to grow... Thanks to my friends who "encouraged" me, urging me on to try this and that..... And my latest goodies to date is Dried Fish Fillets for CNY Snacks.

Precaution Tips :
1)  Don't do this alone, you will not make this snacks again, ever!
2)  Don't get engrossed in your conversation with your friend while the snacks are in the oven.

Sitting alone, tying up the fish fillets can be so monotonous that I wish I never get this started...
But somehow... somehow.... I managed to get two big packets tied up and baked, though one tray was badly burnt because my friend and I kept talking to each other till we smelled something burning!  LOL...

After all this said and done... here are the pictures for reference...
Easy steps to tying up the fish fillets... 
Ready to be baked... 
Less than 10 minutes in the oven... 
Do look at them every now and then... 
Don't be like me.. got distracted and they got burnt fast.... 
Then we tried one packet tying the fish fillets with seaweed.... 
After baking, they are so crispy and snacky!
Well, for a packet of the fish fillets, we could make around one small container only.. 
Easy to do but very time consuming...
And of course, it is way much cheaper than buying from the shelf... 
Oh yes, baking is definitely healthier than frying too!


19 comments:

  1. I have never seen fish prepared this way, we have nothing like this here. They are so pretty, and look like party favors. You did GOOD!

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    1. Thank you Ginny.. first try.. burnt my first tray...

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    1. Thank you Elin! still a long way to go...

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  3. Not bad lah, Reanaclaire! So semangat to make these snacks. I tak kuasa like that. I will only eat. LOL!

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    1. hahaha.. now very semangat.. hangat hangat ayam...

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  4. This is nice, once start eating, can't stop... hehe...

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  5. They are morish. These fish fillets are expansive here. How much are they in the shop?

    There are lots of postings on 'similar take ' of imitation crab sticks but I have yet to do mine. The queue at the Asian shops are long and I just got back my kitchen.

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    1. They are sold at around RM6-8 per packet.. can make one small container or slightly more...

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  6. Baking fish fillets. Never thought of that. Interesting.

    How long do you bake them? At what temperature?

    Thanks.

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    1. Cos I didn't want to fry.. very fast... so better be careful of the oven heat.. 5 min or more only.

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  7. I tell you my son Aden loves this fish fillet, just bought a small pack from Aeon this morning and he finished everything in the afternoon =_=

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  8. When I pass by Ipoh on the way back to KL, I go get some from you. :P

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  9. Baking is the better option. KIV for next year project, God willing! Ha ha ha....

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  10. I agree, baking is healthier than frying. I do not like the greasiness after frying too.

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  11. Wah, you are very patient to tie the whole of two packets. Bake is definitely better than deep frying. Less oily in that sense.

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