Crispy-Fried, Salted Egg Fish Skin

Crispy-Fried, Salted Egg Fish Skin

Rene Astudillo


Crispy-fried, Salted Egg Fish Skin (Photo by Rene Astudillo)

Crispy-fried, Salted Egg Fish Skin (Photo by Rene Astudillo)

It’s become a craze in the Philippines. Not only do those visiting Singapore bring back packets and packets of this delicacy, but franchise stalls are now springing up in Metro Manila malls.

Who can resist crispy-fried fish skin? Not just fried fish skin, but salted egg fish skin.

They can cost quite a bit, especially those branded packets imported from Singapore.

But why spend hundreds of pesos when you can make them in your own kitchen for a fraction of the cost?

For this recipe, I combined salmon and tilapia fish skin, deep-fried them and sautéed them in salted duck egg yolk and butter. No other condiments needed.

Ingredients

1 cup fish skin, sliced into bite-sized strips2 salted duck egg yolk1 tbsp butter2 tbsps Olive oil

Directions

Heat Olive oil in a medium pan. Add in the fish skin and fry until  nicely browned and crispy. Remove from heat and place on a plate lined with paper towel to drain excess oil.

In a separate pan, sauté the salted egg yolk until they start to crumble. Add the butter and continue to cook for about 2 minutes.

Add back the fish skin, making sure they’re evenly coated with the egg yolk and butter mixture.

Remove from heat and place on a plate lined with paper towel.


Published on : 12/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot

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