Paleo Seafood Balls With Homemade Tartar Sauce

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A kid-friendly riff on fish sticks. We made tartar sauce from scratch, I highly recommend you do the same. If you’re deathly afraid (which you shouldn’t be) of making mayo, substitute the homemade mayo for store bought, but DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT, buy store bought tartar sauce. It’s so gross…so, so gross. These seafood balls are cheap, cheap, cheap. I swear they could pass for crab cakes. We used cod (a cheap, easy to find, flaky, white fish that tastes way better than tilapia) and shrimp. Another nod to cod: you can find it wild-caught! Feel free to play around with the ratio of cod-to-shrimp, but do keep the total weight around 2 pounds.
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A kid-friendly riff on fish sticks. We made tartar sauce from scratch, I highly recommend you do the same. If you’re deathly afraid (which you shouldn’t be) of making mayo, substitute the homemade mayo for store bought, but DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT, buy store bought tartar sauce. It’s so gross…so, so gross. These seafood balls are cheap, cheap, cheap. I swear they could pass for crab cakes. We used cod (a cheap, easy to find, flaky, white fish that tastes way better than tilapia) and shrimp. Another nod to cod: you can find it wild-caught! Feel free to play around with the ratio of cod-to-shrimp, but do keep the total weight around 2 pounds.
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