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how to prepare a spicy fish

Updated on September 27, 2011
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HOW TO PREPARE THE SPICY FISH  

F stands for fatty acids, I for intelligence, s for stomach and h for heart .Oh! That is fish

The reason about writing fish is the winter season and the benefits of fish. Fish considers the queen of dinners. And the Fish dishes are not only the beauty of meals, but that also provides benefits to human body. It is very good for stomach, heart and brain; provides fatty acids to human body. It has also been observe that in the societies where people eat fish; have the low rates of crimes. Moreover, it is good for the health of hairs, joints and skin. So eat fish and if you don’t like it; force yourself and make it an essential part of your meal.

For seafood lovers, marinated fried fish is a delight during winter seasons especially in Pakistan in south Asian cuisine, fish is generally preferred with spicy flavors .Here I would like to share traditional recipe of my kitchen which is heart favorite of my guests.

Preparation time: 40 minutes

Serves 4-5 persons

Ingredients

1 kg fish (clean, wash and cut into medium sized fillets/chunks)

Bread crumbs for coating

Oil for  frying.

Batter               

½ cup gram flour

1tablespoon ginger garlic paste

1tablespoon red chili powder

1 tea spoon of grounded chili.

1tbsp crushed whole coriander

1/2tsp cumin seeds

1/2tsp carom seeds

2tbsp of mustard oil

Salt to taste

Water as required.

Method

Combine all ingredients for the batter and enough water to make a thick paste.

Marinate fish pieces in the above ingredients and leave in fridge for at least for 3 hours.

Now lightly coat with bread crumbs and set aside for fifteen minutes.

Deep fry the fish in hot oil until golden brown

Sprinkle chaat masala top of the fish

Serve with salad and lemon wedges.

Try this recipe to make your dinner healthy and wealthy.

Copyright © Asma Iftikhar 2011

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    • Chris Achilleos profile image

      Chris Achilleos 

      6 years ago

      now that looks delicious :) voted up

    • katrinasui profile image

      katrinasui 

      6 years ago

      This is one of the easiest ways to make fish. Thanks for the recipe.

    • mydubaistay profile image

      mydubaistay 

      6 years ago from Dubai

      P for Perfect and T for tasty. :)

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      6 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks y for liking and commenting on my hub.

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      Cathy 

      6 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

      This hub makes me want fish for breakfast, truly. As you read, your senses pick up on the aromas of fish cooking, of the spices, oh it sounds so delicious. Thank you.

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      6 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks lady e for liking and commenting on my hub.

    • Lady_E profile image

      Elena 

      6 years ago from London, UK

      That is a "Divine" Recipe.

      Love it.

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      6 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks newday for stopping and commenting on my hub.

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      newday98033 

      6 years ago

      Thanks for the recipe!

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks gail for stopping,commenting and liking my hub.

    • gailalovesbijou profile image

      gailalovesbijou 

      7 years ago from Wyomissing, PA

      Once a long time ago I was served a spicy fish dish that I've always wanted to duplicate, and lo and behold, I think this sounds like it could be very similar. I have bookmarked and will be preparing it soon. Thank you!

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks ubanichijioke for liking and commenting on my hub.

    • ubanichijioke profile image

      Alexander Thandi Ubani 

      7 years ago from Lagos

      I feel like eating fish now. Awesome piece!

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks dear for commenting and encouraging m,e.

    • chrisanto profile image

      chrisanto 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      I like fish its good for the heart, especially if its spicy. keep up the good writing. God bless...

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks dear for liking my hub.and defiantly there is nothing like fresh fish.

    • Rehana Stormme profile image

      Rehana Stormme 

      7 years ago

      I'm not a fan of red meat but I do love fish!! This is an easy recipe to follow! Sea fish is healthier but it get's tiring after a while, so I often prefer fresh water fish. Good hub!

    • asmaiftikhar profile imageAUTHOR

      asmaiftikhar 

      7 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks kerlynb for liking this .i prefer river fish but you can apply this recipe on any your favorite one.Thanks mumbaite and iyns for stopping and commenting on my hub.Thanks a lot honey you can add spices according to your will that definitely would add the taste.Many many thanks to all of you for stopping and commenting on my hub.

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      honey2honey 

      7 years ago from Kuala Lumpur

      i cannot miss this and will try it with red snapper . what happen if i add some more chiles powder , i like it red hot and spicy . nice job

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      lyns 

      7 years ago from USA

      Mm... I love fish can't wait to try out this recipe, thank you....

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      Fellow Mumbaite 

      7 years ago from India

      I am a total seafood lover, and your recipe is tempting. I always keep looking for new ways to fry fish for a change. This recipe is next on my list. Thanks

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      kerlynb 

      7 years ago from Philippines, Southeast Asia, Earth ^_^

      "F stands for fatty acids, I for intelligence, s for stomach and h for heart." - Very catchy and witty! Great :)

      Any kind of fish would do or do you have any recommendations about the kind of fish that is best for this dish?

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