Lahori Style Fried Fish
As a Bengali, I can't get enough of fried Rohu fish. It's something I grew up with and there are so many way of a making a fried fish dish. The traditional way of making Bengali fried fish is to marinade the fish steaks with salt and turmeric, then shallow fry in little oil. It is usually served on a plate of fried onions, chopped chillies and garnish. Eaten with steamed rice or sticky rice. It's as simple as that! But when one of my Pakistani friends posted a picture of Lahori Fried Fish, I was intrigued as I have never really tried it before. And once I tried it, I couldn't believe how tasty and easy it was to make it. Its not too disimilar to the Bengali fried fish but the fish is coated in a batter with wholes spices before its fried. And it really is very simple. Here's my video link for the full recipe. Do give it a try and let me know how it turns out. Don't forget to like and subscribe guys!
INGREDIENTS - Fish Marinade 400g Rohu fish or other boneless telapia 2x clove garlic, crushed Juice of half lemon salt For The Batter 1 tsp coriander seeds 1 tsp cumin seeds 10 x small dried red chillies 3 tbs gram flour 1 tsp turmeric Salt to taste 1/2 cup water half cup oil for frying