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the-makeup-blogette the-makeup-blogette 8 years
Fish balls are also good for soups. you make a simple chicken broth, toss the fish balls into the broth, and throw in some leafy greens. healthy and simple! You can also get PRAWN balls, Meatballs, Mushroom Balls, Chicken Balls, Squid Balls, really where I come from, they are just everyday ingredient. :)
Food Food 8 years
fish parts shaped into balls. There's a link in the comment above to learn how they're made.
jendudley jendudley 8 years
I am confused. Are they balls as in nuts, cojones, berries??? Or some fish parts shaped into balls?
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 8 years
There is a 99 ranch market in Daly City, just south of SF. I bet they will have them. They have the best fresh seafood and also sell lots of live seafood.
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 8 years
There is a 99 ranch market in Daly City, just south of SF. I bet they will have them. They have the best fresh seafood and also sell lots of live seafood.
Annanina Annanina 8 years
This is sooo good..my mom used to cook this, we call it cap cai. Also, try to add some more veggie like green peas yumm...
Food Food 8 years
she says it's one of the 99 ranch markets, i'll see if i can find out. and she says it's only if there is this one old guy who makes the best ones. i'll ask her more next time i talk to her!
eperikli eperikli 8 years
There is an amazing asian market in echo park, on sunset...I can never remember the name of it, but they have a lot of great stuff and I've seen many different types of fish balls there. There is also Seafood City in Eagle Rock, a crazy asian supermarket located in a shopping mall.
kellyanne kellyanne 8 years
Yum, you have to let me know where in LA has the best! I live in LA and would love to check it out...
veside veside 8 years
Roly Poly Fish-Heads! Your title cracked me up, YumSugar! :-) I have seen fishballs been sold at IKEA--Look for FiskBollar. The Swedes are crazy about 'em. And there's nothing better than fish eyes (TeamSugar's granpa was right), or heads, or esp the meat in the fish cheeks! Lots of flavor there.
Community-Manager Community-Manager 8 years
I would definitely try it. This post reminded me of my great grandfather when we would eat fish, he always want the fish eyes. He never ate them just let them roll around in his mouth! He loved them!
lexichloe lexichloe 8 years
I've never heard of fish balls! But, this recipe looks good.
wickidgrrl wickidgrrl 8 years
yum yum!
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
JDLNeil - I was wondering the same thing. I thought the actual fish ball was what we were making! I didn't know you could actually buy them! lol
Food Food 8 years
it's delicious, but i grew up eating this kind of stuff! You can get fish balls at asian markets, and sometimes regular supermarkets near the tofu/posticker skins. Or you could try and make your own. if i find a place online I'll let you guys know! Sometimes it's also sold as a fish cake (longer slab format that you slice up) instead.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Yeah, good question, JDLNeil, where do you get them?
krisfl krisfl 8 years
was it good yum?
llendril llendril 8 years
if you take a fish ball out to see a movie would you have to pay to get it in?
JDLNeil JDLNeil 8 years
Where on earth do you get a fish ball?
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