Husmor Fishballs in Brine 28 oz. (800g)

by: Husmor

Fishballs are a classic Norwegian tradition and these Fishballs from Husmor are delightful. Typically, these Fishballs are rolled in flour, fried and served alongside gravy and potatoes. Serve these as an appetizer at your next party, top with fresh herbs after frying and pair with a spicy mayonnaise for a crunchy and spicy treat.

  • Facts: 28 oz. (drained weight 18 oz.).  Product of Norway.
  • Ingredients: White fish (Great silver smelt (Argentina silus), haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus), Alaska Pollock (Theragra chalcogramma), Pacific whiting (Merluccius productus), saithe (Pollock virens)), Water, Tapioca starch, Milk powder, Salt, Canola oil, Spices, Whey protein (from milk).

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