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Wash the fish, wipe with a clean towel. Peel the garlic and grind. Beat the eggs well and add the ingredients, then mix well so as not to make lumpy flour. Pass the fish through the egg and fry in a hot oil bath, on both sides. Take out the absorbent napkins.
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Raw Cèpes salad

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