- The best croquetas in the world!
- Made with flaky salt cod
- One of Spain's most famous tapas
- Made with extra virgin olive oil
- Handmade in the Basque country
- Size - 2 x 14 oz/400 gr
With their crunchy breaded exterior and creamy, savory cod fish filling, we think these are some of the best croquetas you'll find anywhere in the world! Ready in just minutes, you'll delight your family and friends when you present a plate of our croquetas at your next dinner party.
Handmade by local women in Oikina, a village in the Basque country, our croquettes are individually made by Yurrita with only the very best all-natural ingredients. The filling is made with fresh milk delivered daily from a local creamery and the olive oil used is always extra virgin. Made with bacalao (salt cod), these are probably better than any croquetas you'll find anywhere, even in tapas bars in Spain!
It couldn't be easier to enjoy this delicious Spanish tapa at home. Using a deep fryer or a pan filled with at least 2 inches of oil preheated to 375 degrees, cook in small batches for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove the croquetas to a serving plate with a slotted spoon and serve immediately.
Keep frozen until ready to cook.
Whole milk, wheat flour, cod, onion, sunflower oil, extra virgin olive oil, dextrin, corn starch, guar gum and salt. CONTAINS WHEAT, MILK AND COD.
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"Do not taste at Cod fish."
Jose - Miami, FL - Jul 7, 2017
"A little embarrassed to say that I did not eat Croquetas de balacao while I spend 1 month in Spain. So thankful that la tienda sells these that I can try them without traveling. Crunchy on the outside and soft and melting on the inside. It needs dipping sauce. Fill your pan with oil to a level that covers the bottom half of the Croquetas, and wait until it's hot to add them. And as they turn golden, roll them over to fry the other half side. Do not drown these in the oil or they will turn out to be soggy. These Croquetas de balacao taste better than the Croquetas that I eat around tapas bars and Latin American restaurants in my town. "
Linda - Orlando, FL - Jul 1, 2017
"OMG...best croquetas ever!!! I was only able to get them when I visited Spain! Now I can have them at home!!! Would love to have ham also..."
Elena Puig - Hialeah Gardens, FL - Feb 19, 2017
Maida L Donate - Arlington, VA - Apr 24, 2016
"Very good. Reminds me of the croquetas I had in Barcelona."
Mary Antczak - East Hampton, NY - Apr 10, 2016
"light and full of flavor"
Patricia Romero - Davenport, FL - Feb 24, 2016
"Incredibly great Croquetas de Bacalao, as good as my Grandmother ones"
Alberto Rada - Miramar, FL - Oct 25, 2015
"This feel really home made, very creamy. "
Raul - Marlboro, NJ - Mar 15, 2015
"I like croquetas and these ones are very good. Great as tapas and also as a meal (just add a salad). "
Mari Carmen - Rego Park, NY - Dec 31, 2014
"MMmmmmmm very flavorful"
EDNA FERNANDEZ - DELTONA, FL - Dec 28, 2014
"These croquetas are quick, easy and delicious for a tapa or for dinner with a salad and a glass of wine. A perfect thing to have on hand for guests or for yourself! "
Kristi Petersen - Denver, CO - Oct 27, 2014
"Excellent flavor and texture"
Paula Draper - Gilroy, California - Jun 8, 2014
"They are the best ever eaten! Creamy with authentic taste Will purchase again"
ODILE WRIGHT - NICHOLS HILLS, OK - May 25, 2014
"These were delicious."
Richard Mullins - Sagle, ID - Feb 17, 2013
"Divine!! Absolutely loved by all my guests and my family!"
Marta - Feb 21, 2012