Fried, Seafood Easy Fish Relleno Donna Moreno Next Article Easy Fish Relleno Print Recipe *This is an easy ‘mock’ relleno you could do anytime without the hassle of deboning a whole fish. Same great taste, super easy procedure. Easy Fish Relleno Print Recipe *This is an easy ‘mock’ relleno you could do anytime without the hassle of deboning a whole fish. Same great taste, super easy procedure. Ingredients 1 kilo white fish fillet (basa or cream dory will do) 1 medium onion diced 2 cloves garlic minced 2 stalks celery diced (don't throw away the leaves) 2 small potatoes diced 1 medium carrot diced 1/2 cuo frozen green peas 3 tbsp soy sauce 3 tbsp Knorr or Maggi liquid seasoning a pinch of ginger to taste salt and pepper 2 eggs 1/4 cup cornstarch (or more if mixture is too wet) beancurd wrapper (tawpe) Optional You could add raisins, bell pepper or cheese too. Servings: Instructions Put the fish fillet in a pot with little water, salt and the the celery leaves. Boil until fish is done. Strain, flake and set aside. Sauté onion, garlic, and celery. Add the carrots, potatoes, and the cooked flaked fish. Add the seasonings ( soy sauce, liquid seasoning, sugar, salt and pepper). Cook just until the carrots and potatoes are cooked. Let cool for a few minutes. Mix in the beaten eggs and cornstarch. Wrap in beancurd sheets -just like wrapping embotido. Just make the amount and size similar to size when making rellenong bangus. Fry on medium heat by laying seam side down first in the oil so it will seal. Recipe Notes Frying won't take much time. Almost all the ingredients are already fully cooked except for the eggs which will be cooked easily. Let cool a few minutes for a clean cut. Enjoy your easy relleno! Also, join the discussion at Facebook 😊 Share this Recipe Related Facebook Next Article Related Posts Sinigang na Bangus Tere-sa RTerrado-Fernandz Spanish Style Adobong Bangus Donna Moreno Paksiw na Boneless Bangus Donna Moreno 20 Food Inspirations this Lenten Season Donna Moreno About The Author donna More from this Author Homemaker. Still learning, making mistakes, trying again.