gefilte fish means: The popular Jewish food consists of ground fish, eggs and matzo meal. These ingredients are then combined into patties or balls, which can be simmered in fish or vegetable stock. The most common fish is carp, pike or whitefish. (in Cooking Dictionary)
What else does gefilte fish mean?
- A Jewish recipe that uses ground fish, usually pike, carp or whitefish, along with eggs, matzo meal, seasonings and seasonings. This mixture is then shaped into balls, and simmered with vegetable or fish stock. (in Cooking Dictionary)
- Mix finely chopped fish (usually whitefish, pike or carp), with crumbs and eggs. Cooked in broth, in balls or oval-shaped cake form, and served chilled. (in Merlin Dictionary)