Seer Fish mashed in with Sweet Potato for amazing cutlets.
Soak two cups of zeera-samba rice in water. Marinate prawns in half a cup of yogurt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and coriander powder. Prepare the remaining ingredients, three chopped onions, a sliced tomato, chopped coriander and a lemon. Heat some butter and oil. Add a stick of cinnamon and some cloves. Now fry theContinue reading “Prawns Pulao”
One of the biggest worries when cooking something as delicate as prawns is overcooking them. Either they are cooked too fast and don’t absorb any flavor or they are overcooked and you can use them as tennis balls. This simple recipe will protect them while developing a brilliant flavor profile. In a blender just pureeContinue reading “Prawns Masala”
It is not a common combination but they work well. Especially when team up with some rice and sambhar. While I used the large Bajji Peppers, you can bell peppers as well. The small fenugreek leaves are my favorite but you can also use the large ones. Any fish will do. Here I used blackContinue reading “Fenugreek, Peppers and Fish”
Seer Fry with a Coconutty Twist
A kilo of Mackerel costs two hundred Indian rupees. You get 3 to 4 fishes depending on their weight. Slice them along the middle bone. Wrap foil around a tray. Place fish skin side up. Decorate with chopped garlic, green chilies and lemon slices. Drizzle olive oil and sprinkle salt. In a preheated oven, broilContinue reading “Broiled Mackeral”
You can use any white fish for this super simple recipe. I used Pomfret. I love working with my knife, which is why I buy whole fishes and then cut them into whatever style I fancy. Particularly like cutting them like a fillet but leaving the bones on one side. Lesser wastage and I likeContinue reading “Lemon Butter Fish”
A completely uncomplicated recipe that packs a punch of flavor and alpha carotene. Melt butter then add olive oil. Saute garlic. On a low flame cook some prawns. Once they are almost done, remove and keep separately. Do not overcook them. Into that oil filled with the amazing flavors of garlic and prawns, fry smallContinue reading “Pumpkin and Prawns”