gefilte fish

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Gefilte fish is a classic of Jewish cookery consisting of chopped fish mixed with matzo meal, egg, and seasoning, shaped into balls or oval fishcakes, and simmered in fish stock. It is usually served cold. Yiddish gefilte means ‘filled’.

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