Thursday, February 18, 2010

SAUSAGE FISH FRY.



  1. Fish(any fish, I used queen fish) - ½ kg
  2. All purpose flour(Maida) - 1 cup
  3. Lemon juice - 1 tabs
  4. Tomato sauce - ½ cup
  5. Water - 1 cup
  6. Sugar - ½ tsp
  7. Salt - to taste
  8. Turmeric powder - ¼ tsp
  9. Kashmiri chilly - 1 tabs
  10. Pepper powder - ½ tsp
  11. Ginger(finely chopped) - 1 tsp
  12. Garlic(finely chopped) - 1 tsp
  13. Pearl onions(small chopped) - 1 cup
  14. Green chilly(round chopped) - 1 tabs
  15. Garam Masala - 1 tsp
  16. Coriander leaves(chopped) - 1 spring

For Mari nation:

(Add 1 tabs of kashmiri chilly ,1/4 tsp of turmeric powder ,1/2 tsp of pepper powder, little bit of salt ,lemon juice about 1 tabs ,into the freshly cleaned fish fillets for marinating it at least for ½ an hour)

How to Prepare:

1. Take a bottom thick nonstick pan, add 4 tabs of oil in it, when it gets hot, dust the marinated fish fillets into all purpose flour/ maida and put this in pan for shallow frying it, until it becomes light brown in color both sides and keep it aside.

2. In that same pan ,add finely chopped ginger n garlic and sauté it well ,then add green chilly ,1 cup of small chopped onion ,and sauté it well till it becomes soft and light brown.

3. After that add ½ cup of tomato sauce and mix well together ,add 1 cup of water also and mix well ,then add ½ tsp of sugar for balancing the taste ,and check out the salt too if you want you can add salt at this stage of cooking.

4. When sauce start to getting thick put the shallow fried fish fillets into this texture and mix all together cook it for 5 to 8 minutes at simmer mode for well boiling the texture and finely add chopped coriander leaves on the top of sausage fish for garnishing it and turn off the fire.

5. Serve it hot.


28 comments:

  1. Love the name of this dish, tempting and mouthwatering..

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  2. Yummy gravy,looks so good esp the recipe is too nice to try it soon...

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  3. really innovative.Will try this one with my tilopia fillets today

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  4. Hi Looks very tasty. Thanks for sharing.

    Deepa

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  5. Wow Reshmi, your dishes make me feel energetic... Sometimes I feel like cooking something spicy and hot after seeing your pics!!! I am a fish person love to taste this... Your Mutton Masala also looks divine and tempting!!!

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  6. Very interesting name...sausage fish fry...and looking droolworthy...

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  7. thanks to all my friends here....

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  8. Kothipikathe mole.....Adipoli ayitundu....

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  9. tina kutty..kothikunnathu enthinaa indaaki kazhikku..kothiyokke maaruttooo...

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  10. yummmmmmm.....looks so tempting dear....adipoli!

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  11. Very nice recipe..New to me. You have a lovely space here, Reshmi !

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  12. Hello Reshmi- thanks for dropping by. Have added u in my blogroll. You have a nice blog here. Nice name of the gravy. Looks nice spicy and delicious.

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  13. Resh..kollallo puthiya dish aanu eniku..thakarppan..

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  14. thanks padma for adding me and thanks for leaving comments to my dish...

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  15. aparna...enikkum ithu new dish thanneyaanu...thanks for the comments dear..

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  16. Fish fry looks very colourful and spicy. Thanks for this lovely recipe.

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  17. Hi u have a nice blog.You can drop in my blog and give ur valuable comments anytime.

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  18. Thanks for visiting me reshmi, hope to see you again at FH! :)

    Lovely dish, Fish fry sounds good.

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  19. thnks asha for visiting my blog...thanks for the lovely comment..

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