Nigerian Fish Rolls


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Nigerian Fish Rolls is a deep fried crunchy Nigerian snack made with flour, margarine, eggs and baking powder, and then filled with mashed spiced fish. 
I love easy recipes and this is just one of my favorite Nigerian snacks; easy to prepare and simply delicious...here's the recipe :)

If you like videos, this is detailed video on How to make Nigerian Fish Rolls 

Nigerian Fish rolls ingredients:
 For the Fish rolls dough/pastry:
*350 grams Flour
*100 grams margarine
*1 raw egg

*1 teaspoonful baking powder
*1/2  teaspoonful salt
*1/2 cup water (or enough to get a  smooth, firm dough)
For the Nigerian Fish Rolls Filling: 
  *Fresh mackerel fish
 *Vegetable oil for frying

 Nigerian Fish Rolls Making Directions:

*First, season the fresh fish with a little salt and fry  lightly in hot oil; then remove the bones and mash well.

*In a bowl , add the flour, salt, baking powder and margarine;Mix well , add the egg and mix thoroughly.

*Now, add the water bit by bit, and knead the dough until you get a smooth but firm dough.

*Next, place the dough on a flat board/table and cut out a bit. Using a rolling pin, roll out the small dough until it's flat and then cut to form a rectangular shape.

*Now add the mashed fish and fold/roll the dough. Keep rolling it until you get the length you desire.

*Heat the oil until hot (not smoking hot) and fry the fish rolls on low heat until it's crusty and brown.

*Now the fish rolls are ready...Enjoy!

Nigerian Fish Rolls are a big favorite and usually eaten on its own as a snack or enjoyed with a chilled or hot drink.



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by Nky Lily Lete

36 comments:

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    1. Yes dear, but the authentic Nigerian fish rolls is fried.. the oil actually gives it a distinct taste :)

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  2. chikodili7:19:00 AM

    I tried it yeepeee... thanks for all the great recipes

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    1. lol...I feel your excitement dear...you're welcome :)

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  3. Anonymous2:43:00 PM

    pls hw do i follow u on facebook.

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  4. I have catfish at hand. Can i use that or do i need to go out and get mackerel.Thank you :)

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    1. 1/2 cup water (or enough to get a smooth, firm dough)

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  6. Anonymous11:50:00 AM

    I have tried it but it sock oil what will do.

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    1. You have to fry a little at a time and in very hot oil.

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  7. Anonymous4:14:00 AM

    Hi lily,thanks 4 a 9ice work,pls can I spice up d fish?if yes, pls explain how to me. thank uoooooo!

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  8. Anonymous4:15:00 AM

    Hi lily,thanks 4 a 9ice work,pls can I spice up d fish?if yes, pls explain how to me. thank uoooooo!

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    1. You can spice it up by marinating with your spice of choice before frying the fish.

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    2. Anonymous5:01:00 AM

      i was thinking you may not need to spice up the fish, cos somehow over spiced fish may just make you get tired of eating it....but a lil salt and pepper on is ok though

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    3. If the fish is going to be used for this fish roll recipe, she can marinate it with mashed seasoning cube without over spicing.

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  9. Anonymous5:00:00 AM

    just tried this, it was really nice but i found that the salt in the dough was too much, and i didn't use all the half tablespoon, is it possible you made a mistake and wrote table spoon instead of teaspoon...... apart from that it was really yummy. reminded me of primary school days when i buy this outside.....thanks

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    1. Thanks for your feedback dearie.
      As for the salt, mine wasn't salty, but since all salts are not made the same way, I bet I'll have to reduce the one in the recipe to suit most palate.
      Thanks for the insight.

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  10. Anonymous4:06:00 PM

    please can you send me recipe for chap man t
    thank you

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  11. Anonymous3:49:00 PM

    please can i use 500g butter for 1kg flour. thanks

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    1. Anonymous2:43:00 PM

      Pls can u send me ur whatsapp number

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  12. Anonymous10:58:00 AM

    hmm tried it, though d taste was ok but dont know how I got it wrong,everytin keep opening up inside d hot oil n d fish feeling scattered out in d oil,plz how do i roll it well without d ending mouth opening again.Thanks for ur effort dear

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  13. Anonymous9:39:00 AM

    Pls how much baking powder is needed for 2 milk cups?

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    1. 1 leveled teaspoon baking powder

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  14. Anonymous2:20:00 PM

    Can I use the sausage roll dough?

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  15. Anonymous2:25:00 PM

    Can I use the sausage roll dough?

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  17. Anonymous9:06:00 PM

    Pls hw many tablespoons gives u 100g margarine?

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  18. Anonymous12:36:00 AM

    How many tablespoons will give me 50g of sugar and margarine. Tanks u ma

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  19. Anonymous7:40:00 AM

    Do you know how I can achieve a soft fish roll after it has been fried? sometimes i like it when it is soft, not crunchy

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  20. this is great am so happy that I can prepare most of these foods without my wife's assistance, God bless you teacher Nky

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  21. Anonymous10:25:00 PM

    But what is the difference between fish pie and fish roll

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