by: Gerhild Fulson / Cookbook Author, Blogger, German Oma!
What's fricasseed fish, aka Fischfrikassee?
It's poached fish served in a cream sauce - a delicious way to cook cod, haddock, or sole!
Fricasseeing is a method of cooking whereby you cut meat or fish into pieces and then stew in gravy.
In this recipe, the fish is poached in a stock and then the stock is used to make a creamy gravy.
There's just something about having gravy that's so German!
Serve this with rice or boiled potatoes and cucumber salad for a traditional German meal.
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Fricasseed fish, aka Fischfrikassee, is poached fish served in a cream sauce - a delicious way to cook cod, haddock, or sole!
Makes 4 - 6 servings
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