For many, gefilte fish season is here, however, for those who are unfamiliar with this Jewish holiday staple, get ready for something incredibly delicious. While gefilte fish is a Passover tradition that dates back a long time, the general publics snap reaction to the idea of ground-fish balls is less than ecstatic. We would argue, however, that they really do have their place in the culinary world. In fact, freshly made gefilte fish is absolutely delicious!
For those who have never taken the time to indulge, here’s a recipe that uses the fish mix and matzo in a completely different way. And while Gefilte Scotch Eggs may not be specifically Passover friendly, they’re a really great way to use up any leftover gefilte fix mix that you might have laying around post-holiday. Personally, I like to serve them with a little horseradish sauce and pickled onion, but really, the skies the limit with these.