Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Bread Crumbs Fried Fish

This one's definitely a party stealer. Bread Crumbs are supposedly an easy-to-get ingredient, though I am yet to get a taste of good luck in that department. I have substitutes for Bread Crumbs that work equally well, if not better. So, without prolonging any further, here is what you need to make this delicious, crispy, all-time-favorite Fried Fish!

10-15 pieces of Fish Fillet (One without bones!!), thin slices please!

For the marinade:
2 Tbsp of Ginger and Garlic Paste
1 Tsp of Lemon Juice
1 tsp of Turmeric, Red Chilli Powder,
Salt to taste

Other Ingredients:
Bread Crumbs (Ofcourse!!)
2 eggs beaten in a bowl

If you can't find Bread Crumbs, try Milk/Suji Rusk, grind them in a mixer till they look like Bread Crumbs! It works perfectly well and has a sweet flavor - so even better!

Here we begin:

Add all the marinade items together in a bowl. Add the fish and nicely wrap all the fish fillets with the marinade in the bowl. Refrigerate the bowl with the fish fillets for 2hrs. Add salt to the beaten egg and bread crumbs. Keep in separate bowls respectively.

Now take out the fish from the refrigerator and dip each fillet one at a time in the egg mix and them wrap it in bread crumbs. Set each fillet aside on a plate. Refrigerate for another 15-25mins.

Heat Oil in a deep frying pan and add the fish fillets one at a time. Fry till golden brown. Serve hot with Mustard Sauce or Mayonnaise.

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