Old-Fashioned Fish Sausage Fried Bread

Old-Fashioned Fish Sausage Fried Bread

These deep-fried bread rolls are centered fish sausages with a hint of curry. They are dangerously delicious when freshly fried.

Ingredients: 8 rolls

Strong bread flour
250 g
Cake flour
50 g
Dry yeast
4 g
150 g
30 g
Skim milk powder
10 g
5 g
30 g
Fish sausage
Curry powder
1.5 teaspoons
1 tablespoon
Dried panko
30~40 g


1. Place all of the ingredients except for the butter, into the bread maker and start the bread dough course. After 8 minutes, add the butter and then leave the rest of the work to the machine.
2. Place the dough on a lightly floured surface and separate into 8 round portions. Let sit for 15 minutes.
3. Cut the fish sausages in half both vertically and horizontally so that 1 sausage becomes 4 pieces. Cover completely in curry powder.
4. Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough into ovals, place the fish sausage on each portion of dough, fold in half around the sausage, and seal the edges. Brush the surfaces with milk and coat with panko.
5. Let rise a second time for 20-30 minutes and then deep-fry in 170°C oil until the surfaces are a nice golden brown. Then they are finished.

Story Behind this Recipe

As of late I haven't been able to get fish sausage bread, like I used to eat when I was a kid, so I made them myself.
The came out even better then the ones I used to buy (maybe because they are fresh?)