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Fried sprat fish is a dish that consists of small, whole sprat fish that are lightly coated in flour and then fried until crispy and golden brown. The sprat fish are commonly found in the North Atlantic and Baltic Sea regions and have a delicate, mild flavor with a slightly salty taste.

To prepare the dish, the sprat fish are first cleaned and gutted, and then coated in a mixture of flour, salt, and pepper. They are then deep-fried in hot oil until crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The fried fish are often served with a wedge of lemon and a side of tartar sauce or aioli.

Fried sprat fish is a popular snack or appetizer in many parts of Europe, including Scandinavia, Germany, and the Netherlands. It is also sometimes used as a topping for salads or served as a main course with sides such as potatoes and vegetables.



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