Fried fish balls are a quick and easy source of protein to accompany noodle dishes, like udon and soba. This here are the Fried Fish Balls by Hanabi.
These fish balls are a kind of surimi so they’re balls of fish paste lightly deep fried. Each bag contains 24.
Asian grocery stores are my source for fish balls usually, so I was a bit apprehensive about these from a Western supermarket. Turns out, though, my misgivings were unfounded. They’re markedly less oily with a thinner skin than the ones from Asian grocery stores. With a similar bouncy texture on your teeth and without the spring onions, we enjoy these very much.
This package of Hanabi Fried Fish Balls contained 500 g. It was produced in ??? and purchased in Sydney, Australia in 2017.