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    By Andreas Viestad

    Hazelnut fish fingers

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    When I was a child, fish fingers was the first fish dish I started to like, even love. But I suspect they were factory made. Homemade ones are much better. These are made extra crunchy and flavorful with hazelnuts.

    Serves 4 as a starter


    • 1

      Break the eggs in a bowl and whisk together lightly. In another bowl, mix the dry ingredients together. Dip the fish fingers in the nut and breadcrumb mixture, then in egg, then in the nut and breadcrumb mixture, and transfer to a paper towel. Repeat with all the fish.

    • 2

      Melt the butter in a frying pan over medium high heat and sear the fish fingers, a few at a time, until golden brown.

    • 3

      Serve with a slice of lemon, sour cream, chopped shallots and capers.

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