Step-by-Step Guide to Make Super Quick Homemade Seafood Croquettes

Step-by-Step Guide to Make Super Quick Homemade Seafood Croquettes

Seafood Croquettes. Seafood is where the heart is. I love Auntie Fee's cooking videos and watching how fast she makes her croquettes inspired me to make my own version. Join me to become a part of Team Kelly.

Seafood Croquettes

These delicious Salmon Croquettes are an easy soul food classic done right! Tender on the inside full of salmon flavor, yet crunchy on the exterior from an irresistible cornmeal breading. Korokke (Japanese Potato & Meat Croquettes) are mashed potato cakes that are coated with panko and deep fried.

Hey everyone, it is Jim, welcome to our recipe site. Today, I'm gonna show you how to make a special dish, seafood croquettes. It is one of my favorites. For mine, I will make it a little bit tasty. This will be really delicious.

Seafood is where the heart is. I love Auntie Fee's cooking videos and watching how fast she makes her croquettes inspired me to make my own version. Join me to become a part of Team Kelly.

Seafood Croquettes is one of the most favored of recent trending foods on earth. It's appreciated by millions daily. It's simple, it's fast, it tastes delicious. They are nice and they look fantastic. Seafood Croquettes is something that I have loved my entire life.

To begin with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have seafood croquettes using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Seafood Croquettes:

  1. {Get 3 Cups of Mashed Potatoes (Roughly).
  2. {Get 1/3 Cup of Smoked Salmon.
  3. {Prepare 1/4 Cup of Scallops.
  4. {Get 5 of Jumbo Shrimp.
  5. {Take 1 Cup of Cheddar Cheese.
  6. {Get 2 of Eggs.
  7. {Get of Flour.
  8. {Get of Bread Crumbs.
  9. {Prepare of Old Bay Seasoning.

With a golden crispy crust and creamy succulent interior, Korokke is a well-loved food. Erwan makes deep fried fish balls of flavor. Salmon croquettes are delicious and easy to fix. Great for a quick dinner and even cold on salad the next day!

Steps to make Seafood Croquettes:

  1. Clean shrimp, slice in half lengthwise then chop into thirds. Slice scallops in half then quarter. Give the smoked salmon a good chopping. Prepare a breading station consisting of two eggs, bread crumbs and flour. You can add flour and bread crumbs as you need it. Add seafood to mashed potatoes. Give it some Old Bay. Add in the cheese. Combine. Your mashed potatoes are hopefully seasoned, so you won’t have to worry about seasoning them a second time..
  2. Using the same method I use for shaping hamburgers (An open ended can on both sides) form the croquettes. These aren’t the traditional shape, but... it’s an improvement in my eyes. After they are formed, carefully dredge in flour, egg and finally bread crumbs while making sure to shake of excess after each stage of the process. Place on a baking sheet, cover with plastic and freeze for about an hour..
  3. Place croquettes in hot oil. Should be enough to cover them. Be careful of the splatter... it’s a good investment at the dollar store to get one of these screens. I kept the flame on medium. The mashed potatoes are already cooked, but you want to give the shrimp and scallops time to cook as well as the cheese to melt. If the heat is too high, the breadcrumbs can burn and it’ll be undone in the center..
  4. Allow to drain on a wire rack. These are great by themselves but I had it with a little sweet chili sauce..

The croquettes looked and tasted wonderful! This recipe really was fast. manufacturers and suppliers of seafood croquettes from around the world. Potato Croquette Recipe (Kroket Kentang) » Indonesia Eats. There are many different styles of Croquette in every country. In Indonesia, Croquette was first introduced during Dutch Colonial rule.

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