A tasty and simple kebab preparation with fish. Whenever i wish to try out a new recipe (not my own), i first search for one in Sanjeev kapoor's website. I simply like his recipes, very easy to follow and i am 100% sure that the recipe will come out great.
When i bought this fish, i thought to try any traditional dish (except kerala). So, as usual ended up searching his website for one. Ended up with this awesome kebab. I was new to this recipe and we all enjoyed it a lot.
Any fleshy thorn-less fish can be used for this recipe. I used basa fish and it tasted really great. Serve it as a starter or enjoy it with fried rice.
Recipe source : Sanjeevkapoor's Kitchen
900 gms Fish (Swordfish, Salmon or Basa)
2 tbsp Lemon juice
1/4 cup Olive oil
2 tsp Ginger garlic paste
1 tsp Black pepper powder
1 tsp Chat masala
1 tbsp Soy sauce
1/2 tsp Garam masala powder
1 tbsp Vinegar
Salt to taste
1 tsp Red chilli powder
3 Green chilli (crush and make a paste)
1 Capsicum (cut into cubes)
1 Onion (cut into cubes)
- Wash, clean and cut the fish pieces into medium size cubes. Dry them and keep aside.
- In a bowl, mix chat masala, black pepper powder, ginger garlic paste, lemon juice, garam masala powder, soy sauce, vinegar, salt, red chilli powder, green chilli paste and olive oil.
- Mix well and marinate the fish pieces in this mixture for about 30 minutes. Keep this in the fridge.
- Skew the fish pieces along with capsicum and onion pieces on a skewer.
- Heat little oil on a grill pan or a non stick pan and keep the skewers on it.
- When all sides are golden brown colour and the fish is cooked nicely, take off from heat.
- Fish kebabs are ready to be served.
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* I usually take the quantity of the ingredients as per my taste. So you can always adjust the spices as per yours*
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