Blue eye trevalla spring rolls


Method

  • zest lemon and limes into a mixing bowl
  • finely chop rocket and add to zest in mixing bowl
  • cut blue eye into finger sized pieces and mix through zest and rocket to briefly marinate
  • cut springroll pastry diagonally from corner to corner and lay triangles out on a clean and dry bench
  • place marinated fish pieces in middle of the cut edge of springroll pasty, and bring the two bottom corners of pastry towards the fish to form a snug fit.
  • roll the fish inside the the pastry towards the final corner and brush with a small amount of water to finish and seal the springroll
  • deep fry till floating and drain on paper towels
  • Try serving with a sweet Asian ,coriander dressing and fresh lime wedges

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