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GEFILLTE FISCH

(Fish) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)







Prepare trout, pickerel or pike in the following manner: After the fish
has been scaled and thoroughly cleaned, remove all the meat that adheres
to the skin, being careful not to injure the skin; take out all the meat
from head to tail, cut open along the backbone, removing it also; but do
not disfigure the head and tail; chop the meat in a chopping bowl, then
heat about a quarter of a pound of butter in a spider, add two
tablespoons chopped parsley, and some soaked white bread; remove from
the fire and add an onion grated, salt, pepper, pounded almonds, the
yolks of two eggs, also a very little nutmeg grated. Mix all thoroughly
and fill the skin until it looks natural. Boil in salt water, containing
a piece of butter, celery root, parsley and an onion; when done remove
from the fire and lay on a platter. The fish should be cooked for one
and one-quarter hours, or until done. Thicken the sauce with yolks of
two eggs, adding a few slices of lemon.
This fish may be baked but must be rolled in flour and dotted with bits
of butter.

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GEFILLTE FISCH WITH EGG SAUCE

Cut a five-pound haddock into four-inch slices. Cut a big hole into each
slice, preserving the backbone and skin. Put this meat, cut from the
fish, into a wooden tray, add to it four large onions and a sprig of
parsley. Chop until very fine, then add two eggs, a dash of pepper and
cinnamon, a pinch of salt, and a tablespoon of sugar. To this add enough
cracker dust to stiffen it. Put this filling into the holes cut in the
fish.
Take a saucepan, put in one sliced onion, a sprig of parsley, a small
sliced carrot, a dash of pepper, and a pinch of salt. Put the fish into
the saucepan, cover with cold water, and let it boil slowly for one
hour. At the end of the hour take out the fish, and put on a platter.
Preserve the water or gravy in which the fish was boiled for the sauce.
Egg sauce for fish: Beat the yokes of two eggs thoroughly. Into the
beaten yolks slowly pour the gravy in which the fish was boiled,
stirring constantly. Stand this on the back of the stove to boil for
five minutes, stirring constantly so as to prevent burning.









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