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    Default Spicy Fish fry

    All u need:
    3 Table spoons of Corn flour powder,
    1.5 Table spoons of mild chilli powder(if u have normal chilli powder u can use 1 Table spoons ).
    0.5 Table spoons of concentrated lime juice.
    Pepper 0.5 Table spoons
    0.5Table spoons garlic powder, some dhania powder,0.5 table spoon of fish masala

    pour some water and make it as afree flowing paste.
    Dip the cleaned fish in this mix u have made and fry it in oil.
    For enhanced taste soak the fish in the paste for 15 minutes before frying.
    If u dont have corn flour try using Maida...
    salt as per ur taste
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    Ethoda..koncham salt sethukonga..ennum nallurukum.
    Katteri..thanks for posting it.. Simple and easy to prepare. :D

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    Fish Fry is one of my favourite.

    Using the same ingredients, if you want to reduce oil content, you can try deep fry in a pan for about 10 - 15 mins (med falme).

    It will give you a wonderful taste.

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    sri.... fish....non-veg sapiduveengala.. oh..i thought.. nevermind...

    Shy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shy
    sri.... fish....non-veg sapiduveengala.. oh..i thought.. nevermind...

    Shy
    Naan sappida matten nu yaaru sonna unga kitta???????? There was joke running remember in the personal profile section.

    I will take sea food. Chicken/Mutton ippa niruthiten, to be under diet mode.

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    Thanks for the recipe.....katteri, let me give a try and let u know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anitam
    Ethoda..koncham salt sethukonga..ennum nallurukum.
    Katteri..thanks for posting it.. Simple and easy to prepare. :D
    Thanks for reminding....OOOps ''
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    aaha yenna samiyal naa ingye saamika katukuvien pa :D

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    hi Suha..

    Welcome to geetham.. Hope u enjoy ur stay here..

    Sure there are great chefs here in geetham and will sure help u in learning to cook . so any questions, doubts lets us know ok..

    Feel at home..

    Happy Cooking

    Shy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sri_gan
    Fish Fry is one of my favourite.

    Using the same ingredients, if you want to reduce oil content, you can try deep fry in a pan for about 10 - 15 mins (med falme).

    It will give you a wonderful taste.
    Deep fry it?? Reduce the oil content?? Are you sure?? Kinda curious...

    any suggestions on keeping the odor under control, folks?
    Short Measures
    It is a wretched taste to be gratified with mediocrity when the excellent lies before us - Isaac Disraeli

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    Quote Originally Posted by vasan
    Quote Originally Posted by sri_gan
    Fish Fry is one of my favourite.

    Using the same ingredients, if you want to reduce oil content, you can try deep fry in a pan for about 10 - 15 mins (med falme).

    It will give you a wonderful taste.
    Deep fry it?? Reduce the oil content?? Are you sure?? Kinda curious...

    any suggestions on keeping the odor under control, folks?
    Very difficult bcos that s the speciality of fish fry...
    Egmore la fry panna centrla varikkum vasam veesumm.. but u can try the above methd
    If u use tawa plate for frying its quite difff
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    Quote Originally Posted by vasan

    any suggestions on keeping the odor under control, folks?
    U can use lime juice a few drops to reduce the odor..

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    Quote Originally Posted by anitam
    Quote Originally Posted by vasan
    any suggestions on keeping the odor under control, folks?
    U can use lime juice a few drops to reduce the odor..
    I assume, that is when you marinate the fish with the spices use also a bit of lemon juice, right? OK..
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    yes .... vasan U r correct

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    after marinating put in a micrwave plate and just put 2 to 3 drops of oil on each fish piece and put in microwave oven and set in broil mode and temp at about 350 degrees. after 10 min open and turn the fish pieces and again put 2 drops of oil.after 10 to 15 min its done.its oderless and it will take less oil and also all the masala will get in nicely.hope this helps

    sen.

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    100 thanks for katteri...and other chefs... for this super duper receipe...


    though my fav is idli-sambar... tried this yesternite... adadaa...superoo super..


    smelly, fish fry speciality-e athoda thani smell...atha yendaa koraikanum..

    but if u like... u can add a little bit of olive oil... taste chance illa...

    once again...daanksu for dear katteri...


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    Fish Fry

    I tried this pan-fried fish for lunch. This recipe tasted very good.

    Cat fish or Tilapia– 4 piece

    Ingredients:

    Chilli powder – 1 tsp or how spicy you want.
    Finely chopped coriander leaves – 1 tsp
    Coriander powder – ½ tsp
    Finely chopped curry leaves – 1 tsp
    Chopped green chillies – 1 tsp
    Ginger garlic paste – ½ tsp
    Lemon juice – 1 tsp
    Oil – ½ tsp
    Turmeric – a pinch
    Salt

    Method:
    Mix all ingredients and marinate fish with the mix and leave it for 15 minutes. Heat a non-stick pan, pour ½ tsp of oil and cook on medium heat. Cook 6-7 minutes n each side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shy View Post
    hi Suha..

    Welcome to geetham.. Hope u enjoy ur stay here..

    Sure there are great chefs here in geetham and will sure help u in learning to cook . so any questions, doubts lets us know ok..

    Feel at home..

    Happy Cooking

    Shy
    ada..da..da..daaa..

    ennoda peaththikku ennaa varavErppu..

    Acho chooww.. chweeet all..


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    Quote Originally Posted by katteri View Post
    Thanks for reminding....OOOps ''
    Anitha..taste panni partha therinjudume venuma ilayaanu..athu vera ezhudanumaa

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    Thanks for the recipe.....katteri, let me suggest u

    Use haddock, tilapia, roughy, or other similar fish for this tasty fried fish recipe.
    Ingredients:

    * 1 pound fish fillets, such as haddock, tilapia, cod, etc.
    * oil for deep frying
    * 1/2 cup flour
    * salt and pepper to taste
    * 1/4 teaspoon paprika

    Preparation:
    Pour 1 inch of oil in skillet; heat to 375°. Combine flour, salt, pepper, and paprika. Dip fish fillets into flour mixture. Fry fish for about 5 minutes on each side; remove to a platter.
    Makes 3 to 4 servings.

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