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Fish fry indian style (ocean perch or salmon or tilapia or tuna)

Indian style fish fry with the fish available in american stores very often. It is very easy, quick and delicious.If you would like to watch in video click here
Ingredients:
Fish fillets---3
olive oil/vegetable oil---4ts
Rice flour/corn flour/ all purpose flour--1/2ts
Lemon juice----1ts
chili powder/pepper powder---1/2ts
salt to taste---requires very less as fish already contains salt
Cilantro for garnishing and chopped 1/2ts
ginger garlic paste--1/2ts
green chilies/peppers finely chopped--1/2ts
Cumin powder----1/2ts
cumin seeds--1/4ts
turmeric--pinch

Method:



  1. You can prepare the same dish with Salmon/tilapia/tuna I used Ocean Perch fillets.
  2. First thaw them to the room temperature under cold running water.
  3. Mix all the ingredients Cumin powder+salt+chili powder+cumin seeds+ginger garlic paste+cilantro+green chilies+oil+lemon juice+turmeric
  4. take the fillets and apply this marination on both sides.
  5. Sprinkle flour on either side of the fish fillet.
  6. Take baking tray and wrap aluminium foil and grease it with oil
  7. Place the fish pieces on it and bake for 10min at 350Fand boil for 10min at 350F.(Or u can directly fry them on a pan with some oil /grill them)
  8. Remove the pieces and garnish them with cilantro, onion and green chili.  
I would like to thank Showmethecurry.com for sharing this wonderful recipe

And delicious fish fry is ready to serve...goes well with rice as a side dish.....hope u like my recipe..you can watch the video of this recipe at 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-rV4yh75Fs ...plz come back again :)

Comments

  1. First time here .. following you ..
    Do visit my blog when time permits and hope you will follow me too..
    saranya
    http://foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  2. hi delicious looking fish fry...'s nice its nice to bake the fish than deep fry...

    drop by my blog when u get time
    www.sharemyrecipe.blogspot.com

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  3. Fish fry looks so tempting... U have a lovely space... Happy to follow you...

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  4. I love fish and your recipe sure will be a hit in my home!

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  5. My sis (in UK), told about these fillets and asked me to try... your pics are making me more tempting..

    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com

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  6. U hv wonderful space here..Mouthwatering fish fry..drool worthy...visit my space as time permits...
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  7. Tempting fish fry..Deepthi!
    Thanx for visiting my blog,am already following your blog!

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  8. Looks awesome perfect. Nice and easy recipe.

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  9. AnonymousMay 16, 2011

    I always prefer indian food so this one is a warm welcome in my table.Thanks a lot.

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  10. This looks great..thanks for sharing!!!

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  11. Mouthwatering here, delicious fish fry..

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  12. Hey Deepthi...Thx a ton for dropping by & for ur lovely comments :) And now i came to know of ur blog wiht mouthwatering recipes!! Glad to follow u too :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. ThnX a lot frndz for droping by and leaving your encouraging comments!!!!!!

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  14. I am happy to follow your beautiful blog..

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  15. Lovely fish recipe...masala is absolutely tempting

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  16. ThnQ ammu mohan and Malar gandhi :)

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  17. nice recipe. thanks for posting
    Check this baked fish recipe(Malesader Machi) - Ideal for weight watchers – http://www.gdayindia.com.au/masaledar-machi-3

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  18. nice recipe. thanks for posting
    Check this baked fish recipe(Malesader Machi) - Ideal for weight watchers – http://www.gdayindia.com.au/masaledar-machi-3

    Indian Recipes

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  19. This looks really yummy, thank you so for sharing such a nice post and i really like anything made of fish and the most favorite recipe of mine is fish fry recipe and other recipe is chicken chargha recipe. Does your blogger offer Pakistani recipes? they are fairly mouthwatering too just like the Indian's.

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