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Gefilte Fish with Turkish Salad

Gefilte Fish with Turkish Salad

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Prep Time:      2 minutes
Cook Time:    2 hours
Yield:              8 servings

1 (22-ounce) loaf frozen gefilte fish
¾ cup prepared Turkish salad

1.  Preheat oven to 350° F.  Spray a 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan with non-stick cooking spray.
2.  Rinse frozen gefilte loaf under water to remove parchment wrapper and place in prepared pan.  Cover with aluminum foil.
3.  Bake at 350° for 1 hour.
4.  Remove fish from oven.  Carefully slice fish lengthwise to create a pocket.
5.  Pour Turkish salad into the pocket.
6.  Continue baking, covered, for 1 more hour.
7.  Transfer fish to a sealable container, cover and refrigerate until cold, at least 4 hours.

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Jamie Geller Israel March 18, 2014

Turkish Salad Recipe at JOYofKOSHER.com Hi Guys, this is meant to be a super quick and simple take on baking and serving gefilte by using prepared turkish salad from the fridge section of your supermarket. I also sometimes use salsa or marinara sauce. If you want fast semi homemade Turkish salad visit the JOYofKOSHER website and search for Turkish Salad (there is a video and recipe but I am unable to post links here). Reply

Coreen Frisch Newhall, CA via chabadscv.com March 17, 2014

It would be great to know what Jamie has in mind -- please Jamie, give us your Turkish Salad recipe. Otherwise this is just a sliced piece of gefilte fish recipe! Reply

John Kaplan, MD Wildomar, CA/USA April 2, 2012

Gefilte Fish with Turkish salad It is inappropriate to give a recipe without the recipe. Turkish Salad? Reply

Anne Lanzarone Accord, NY April 1, 2009

Gefilte Fish with Turkish salad Do you have a separate recipe for Turkish salad? It is not listed and I searched the website only to be transferred back to this recipe. Reply

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