My grandmother made fried baccala every Christmas. The dough was made with flour and water and yeast and she also put raisins in it. Does anyone know of a recipe like this.
December 7, 2010 / 10:38pmreport abuse
beverlyj saysI thought baccala was cod fish. My grandmother added cube size pieces of cod fish to her spaghetti sauce and served it over pasta on Christmas Eve. report abuse
gnocchi saysDuring Lent my Noni would make baccala in a raisin sauce and serve it over polenta.. It was excellent.. wish I had the recipe for the sauce.....report abuse
lfa saysMy Mother also made this - with basic bread/pizza dough, stuffed with tiny pieces of baccala and (I think) small pieces of garlic. Just fried in oil, the same as any fried dough. Of course, she soaked the salt out of the baccala for a couple of days ahead of time.report abuse
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