Thursday, June 13, 2013

TWO-WAY GRILLED FISH



Ingredients:
Pomfret or any fish with a single bone
Mint chutney* ....6-8 tbsp. (depending on the size of the fish)--
(See mint chutney recipe - HERE
Tandoori masala - 1 tsp
( See home-made Tandoori Masala recipe - HERE)
Garam masala .... 1 tsp. ( See Garam Masala recipe - HERE)
Turmeric powder .... 1/2 tsp.
Hung curd ....... 5-6 tbsp.
Red chilli powder..... 1 tsp.
Red food colour ...... a pinch
Salt to taste

Method:
1. Remove carefully the center bone of the fish and give cuts lightly on top.(both sides)

2. Clean and spread the mint chutney inside.

3. Mix all the other ingredients in tandoori masala and rub it on the fish.
4. Grease the baking tray and grill the fish 30-40 minutes, turning it once.





18 comments:

  1. Wow...!!
    I really love Grilled Pomfrets.
    And this fantastic recipe makes my mouth water already..!!
    You are doing a commendable job, showing us step-by-step preparation with visual pictures.
    thanks for sharing , we really appreciate it.
    ---CYRUS---

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    1. Thank you... Cyrus ....for visiting the blog again and for ur appreciation.

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  2. I love this spicy grill. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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    1. Lol Divya.. make them at home dear.. no need to order from the hotel

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  6. I will have to google the pomfret to see what type of fish it is because I haven't heard of it before! I love the spices you used for this one and I am sure it tasted deliciously!

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    1. It is a variety that in popular in some parts of India

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  7. What a lovely way to serve fish - I love the spices and the mint!

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  8. Simple, easy and for sure a treat to the palate!..can't wait to try this.

    What other fish would you recommend? :)

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    1. Any fish with less bones is good enough

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