Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Fish Fry With Bird's Eye Chilli


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Ingredients
Fish: 500gms
Shallots: 10-15
Ginger: 1 small piece
Garlic Cloves: 5
Birds Eye Chilli/Kanthaari Mulak: 15-20 (as per your tolerance)
Curry leaves: 3 strings
Salt: needed
Coconut Oil: 5-6tbsp
Method Of Preparation
Clean, Wash and make slits on fish and keep aside.
In a blender add shallots, ginger, garlic, curry leaves, Birds Eye Chilli and salt. Blend to a smooth paste.
In a bowl take the shallot paste, add 1tbsp coconut oil to it and add fish to it and mix well with hand.
Marinate to about 1 hour.
Heat a wide non-stick pan and add coconut oil and shallow fry the fish in low flame till both sides get cooked.
Serve hot with rice.






18 comments:

Akila said...

Wow this dig fry is simply amazing... Never heard of this kind chilli but love to try it

Priya R said...

looks delicious...

PT said...

delectable and delicious :)

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tamilsasikitchen said...

Fish fry looks tempting...
Can you say the name of the fish used..

Suja Manoj said...

Looks wonderful dear,healthy and delicious fry

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and mouthwatering fish fry.
Deepa

zareena said...

mmmm... Mouth watering fish fry.

Gloria said...

Look delicious I love fish!!x

Divya Pramil said...

Is this pomfret?? Delicious :)

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Chandrani said...

Fish fry looks so inviting and yummy...



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Molly Kumar said...

Looks really yummy n simple.

Jaleela said...

Nice clicks and tempting picture

Farah said...

this is a new recipe for me! mine always has loadsa chilli powder n other masalas! will try this one:)

Az said...

Looks so inviting and tempting.

Teena Mary said...

Recipe with a variety!! Bookmarked to try :)

Curry and Comfort said...

Gorgeous Fish!!

Priyas Feast said...

Luv fish made with coconut oil...divine