wtf is gafagahaga and gefelda fish?




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Gefilte fish, today a prized delicacy, date from the Middle Ages in Germany, where on earth it was conceived as a fish stretcher — an ancient relative of Hamburger Helper. Religious Jews embrace it as a highlight of Friday-night dinners, because it solved a spiritual dilemma: though the Talmud suggests drinking fish on Friday nights, it is forbidden (because it's considered work) to separate fish from bones on the Sabbath. We've found that most ethnic group who say they don't close to gefilte fish have simply tasted the supermarket collection, sold in jar, which is like motto you don't like filet mignon when you've with the sole purpose tasted beef uneven. Happily, preparing authentic gefilte fish from scratch is not an arcane skill possessed solitary by Jewish great-grandmothers. With today's food processors, it's not even especially difficult. Our recipe is sweet, in the Polish tradition; Russian gefilte fish is more peppery.
For the gefilte fish ball
1 (1 1/2-pound) fillet of whitefish and (1 1/2-pound) prepare of carp or pike (at fish store, ask for whole fish, fillet and skinned. Retain the heads and bones. Many stores will also grind the fish for you)
2 big onions (about 2 cups when grated; don't tamp it down)
1 stalk celery
1/2 medium carrot
6 eggs, subjugated
4 teaspoons sugar
2 1/2 teaspoons salt
3/8 teaspoon pepper
3/4 cup corn grease
1 cup matzo meal

For the cooking
Heads and bones from fish
4 milieu onions, peeled and quarter
2 stalks celery, trimmed and chopped into 3-inch pieces
2 medium carrot, peeled



1. In a food processor or grinder, grind fish (refrigerate head and bones for later use), 2 onions, 1 stalk celery, and partially a carrot. (If you use a food processor, make sure you give notice no large pieces of fish or bones; you may want to verbs the mixture, bit by bit, into a wooden bowl, and go over it aggressively with a paw chopper.)

2. Place fish mixture in a huge bowl, and add eggs, sugar, saline, pepper, and corn oil, mixing thoroughly beside a wire whisk. Stir contained by matzo meal, and verbs to mix until everything is thoroughly blended. Refrigerate for 1 hour or more (longer, even overnight, is better).

3. Fill 2 large stockpots three-quarters full of sea, and bring to a vigorous boil. In respectively, throw in partially the fish heads and bones, 2 onions, partly the celery, and a carrot. Divide batter into 12 patties of equal size. (Don't verbs that your batter is a little loose; it have to be that way to keep hold of your gefilte fish light.) Transfer respectively patty to a immense cooking spoon, shape into an oval, and very meekly lower it into the boiling water. Put 6 surrounded by each pot. Lower roast and simmer for 1 1/2 hours.

4. Remove fish balls and carrot from pots, and refrigerate on a covered plate. Discard everything else. Serve chilled with red and/or white horseradish. Slice carrot for garnish.


Other Answers:

Gefilte fish, (Hebrew/Yiddish: ) is a ground de-boned fish recipe using an assortment of kosher fish meat that is later made into fish balls, popular next to people of Ashkenazi Jewish heritage.

Formally, it is a type of quenelle, a finely flavored patty made of delicately seasoned ground fish or white meat. Similar dishes exist in plentiful cultures in local recipe bland or spicy, served plain or sauced, and cooked in simple broth or as segment of an elaborate fish stew.

"Gafagahaga" I could one and only assume 1 of 2 things:
1)It's Jewish
2)South Park made it up...
good luck on finding out man. gefelte is spelt wrong.

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