Fish Ball Snack

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Ingredients:

  1. Canned fish
  2. Oat flakes
  3. Breadcrumbs
  4. Egg
  5. Olive oil

Fish ball snack

Crush canned fish a fork.

Oatmeal

Add ground oat flakes.

Oatmeal flakes

Then add egg and mix well.

Fish with egg

Roll small balls of the mixture.

Fish snack

Roll the ball in breadcrumbs.

Fish appetizers

Fish balls for a snack.

Fish

Heat up a frying pan to medium. Put the fish balls into the pan and fry until golden brown on each side.

Fry balls

Fish Ball Snack!
Bonn appetite!
Fish appetizers balls

Author: Mariia R.

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