EAST INDIAN COMMUNITY STYLE FISH MOILE

Konkan region, particularly Mumbai, is surrounded by beautiful coastline…… So the East Indian Community have a special liking for seafood….. Whether it is fresh catch or dry ones (During monsoon, fish is not available easily)), they prepare wonderful seafood dishes.

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INGREDIENTS : 4 small pomfrets, 3-4 onions, 1/2″ ginger, 6-8 cloves garlic, 2-3 green chillies, 1 lemon, 1 tbsp East Indian bottle masala, salt & vinegar to taste, water, oil.

DIRECTIONS : Clean and wash pomfrets…… Apply salt and lemon juice…… Keep aside……. Slice the onions in rounds….. 20180227_143418.jpgCut ginger, garlic, green chillies lengthwise….. Heat oil….. Fry the fish…..20180227_143148.jpg Keep aside….. Sauté sliced onion rounds…… 20180227_143058.jpgAfter sometime add green chillies, ginger, garlic…… Sauté till onions are brown…… Add in the bottle masala powder and water (about half cup)….. Simmer….. Now add salt & vinegar…..Simmer…. Add the fried fish and cover…..20180227_142952.jpg Cook till done…..20180227_142806.jpg Serve hot with rice.

NOTE : Instead of small pomfrets, one can use one medium sized pomfret (sliced)….. Vinegar can be increased/decreased according to taste….. Water can be increased/decreased depending on amount of gravy required.

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