Yield: Yields 10 fritters.
Wherever a salt cod tradition exists, there is a version of a fritter, a croquette, or a codfish ball. The addition of a little mayonnaise for moisture and flavor gives these Mediterranean fritters a North American touch.
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Yes, it is crispy and delicious. We made 2 oz fritters. Served it with an aioli recipe (from the steamed artichoke recipe). We breaded them with Panko. Be sure to soak the cod 48 hours changing the water 4x daily. There is no salt taste in the fritter when you soak it 48 hours. We actually added a little kosher salt at the end. 5 stars!!!
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