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Sticky Rice Balls with Fish Stuffing ( Koa Niew Side Pa Kuor )


This is perfect picnic food, the sticky rice forms good easy to eat balls, and the fried fish filling adds the flavour. These are very easy to eat, leaving no mess. In the photograph above, you can see where I've broken open one of the balls, so you can see the flaked fish inside.

150 gms Cooked Sticky Rice
80 gms White Fish, (Cod Haddock Hake etc.)
2 Teaspoons Salt
1 Tablespoons Light Soya Sauce
2 Tablespoons Oil
1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper

1. Put the oil into the pan over a medium heat.
2. Clean and chop the fish into steaks, fry until any water has been cooked off and the fish is dry. Remove the bones and flake the fish while it's still in the pan.
3. Add salt to the pan, add light soy sauce and black pepper
and fry continue to fry the fish until it is brown.
4. Take 30 gms sticky rice in your hand, flatten it to a disc, put a spoonful of the fish meat into the centre and fold the sticky rice over it to form a ball.

Serve With
Sweet Chilli Sauce
Coriander Leaves
Spicy Thai Salads

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