Yes, geflite fish is usually associated with the Jewish religion, but that doesn’t mean people of all creeds can’t enjoy the tasty starter. This recipe for salmon and halibut gelfite fish involves grinding up the two fishes and forming them into quenelles, or torpedo shaped patties. The patties are then poached lightly until just cooked in a flavorful broth featuring parsley, white wine, onion, thyme, fennel, and lemon. After, the fish is stored in the fridge in the broth to further absorb the flavor.
When you’re ready to enjoy, the gelfite fish are strained and served chilled with horseradish and fresh dill.
Recipe: Salmon & Halibut Gelfite Fish