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Maui Beach Balls Appetizer

Maui beach balls is one of our most popular appetizer dishes made with fresh mahi mahi, shrimp, pepper jack cheese, rice....  formed into a beach ball with a crispy panko coating and deep fried. You will love these!!

Recipe compliments of Chef Craig Erickson of the Sea House Restaurant in Maui.


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Prep Time: 10 | Cook Time: 5 | Ready In: 15
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Rice, cooked and cooled 4 cups

Mahi, diced fine 4 oz

Shrimp, diced fine 4 oz

Pepperjack Cheese, shredded 1 c

Corn, cut off the cob 2 ears

Scallions, slice across fine ½ cup

Baking powder 1 Tbl

Eggs  4 ea

Kosher salt 1 Tbl

Panko, Japanese bread crumbs 2 cup

Furikake, shredded nori seasoning ½ cup

Cooking Process:

Place the first 6 ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix until combined completely.  Add the eggs, salt and baking powder and mix until completely incorporated.  In a separate baking pan mix the panko

and Furikake.  Portion the mixture in 1 oz balls and roll with your hands to compact, place in the panko mixture and roll until completely coated.  Set aside in the refrigerator until needed.

To cook fill a deep sauce pot with 2” of oil and put over a medium high heat until 350 degrees.  Place the balls in the oil being careful not to splash yourself or over fill.  Allow to cook for 2 minutes until golden brown.  Remove with a strainer and place on a paper towel to drain the oil.  Hold in the oven at 200 or serve immediately.

Suggested sauces – Sweet chili sauce, Mango mustard, Wasabi vinaigrette, remoulade or your favorite dressing.

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