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Sunday, 5 October 2014
Simply Fish Fry
Hope you all are enjoying Sunday.. some of us are having a holiday tomorrow also on the occasion of Eid, so fun continues!! I had major plans of trying out lots of recipes during the long weekend, but guess what! I did not do any of it and instead stuck to simple recipes. Here is one such recipe of fish fry that I made last night for dinner... simple and effective
Ingredients (The portion of ingredients is sufficient for 5 pieces of fish)
Surmai fish pieces for frying (King fish)
2 tsp Ginger garlic paste
1/2 tsp Mustard sauce
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder as per taste
Pinch of turmeric
1 tsp corn flour
2 tsp oil for marinade
3/4 cup sooji rawa
2 tbsp oil for frying
Clean and pat dry fish pieces and place them on a plate.
Add ginger garlic paste, corn flour, chilli powder, salt, mustard sauce on top and gently spread the masala to coat all the pieces.
Set aside for 30-45 mins.
In a separate plate, add the rawa, some turmeric, salt and chilli powder. Mix well.
Heat oil in a frying pan.
Coat each piece with rawa on all sides and fry.
Fry on medium flame and gently turn after every 2 minutes. You should be done in 10 minutes.
Serve crispy fried fish in few simple steps!!
A tip, if you have buttermilk masala at home, you can add that to sooji. Tastes yummy!
Here is another photo of fish fry that I made to go with gongura or khatta saag