Filet of chaffinch

Filet of chaffinch

Filet of porcupine bite has boneless, firm, light flesh that looks almost white. Steinbeißer Filet is particularly suitable for steaming, braising, roasting, deep-frying or grilling. Most of the time, a filet of chaffinch weighs between 250 g and 300 g. The name comes from the fact that the stone bitcher has a very strong and large set of teeth with which he can bite the shells and shells of small crabs and shells.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
96 kcal
0 g
18 g
3 g

Recipes with Filet of chaffinch

Breaded loach fillet in egg shell
Breaded loach fillet in egg shell tastes very good with green salad. Cut the fillet into larger pieces. ...
Filet of chaffinch
Filet of chaffinch Filet of porcupine bite has white, very firm and mostly boneless meat. Rinse the filet briefly. ...
Filet of poachers in potato crust
Filet of poachers in potato crust remains particularly juicy. Preheat baking oven to 200° C. ...
Filet of poachers with crushed beans Salad
Filet of poachers with crushed beans Salad is served with oven potatoes. Preheat baking oven to 200° C. ...
Filet of pork chop with potato salad
Filet of pork chop with potato salad Since the Filet of Poachers with Potato Salad tastes particularly fine, I have prepared the Potato Salad so that the fine taste of the Filet of Poachers is not superimposed. Boil a firm potato as a pellet, cool in cold water and peel. ...
Fish Bread Rolls with Spitfish & Prawns
Fish Bread Rolls with Spitfish & Prawns Fish roll with chicory and crab is served with homemade cocktail sauce. Cut the buns open. ...
Fish Fondue
Fish Fondue tastes especially good with homemade fondue sauces. For the cocktail sauce first mix egg yolk with 1/2 teaspoon mustard. ...

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