Fish (Pink Perch) Fry

NON-VEGETARIAN FOOD: Fish (Pink Perch) Fry - Recipe in masalahealth.com
NON-VEGETARIAN FOOD: Fish (Pink Perch) Fry – Recipe in masalahealth.com

Perch are carnivorous fish most commonly found in small ponds, lakes, streams, or rivers. Perch have a wide distribution throughout the world and are popular sport fish species. 

The Rani Fish/ Pink Perch is a sought after fish not just for sporting but for its taste; and taste best when pan-fried. It is tender and rich in DHA, is a source of high-quality protein and has low fat contents.

The Recipe:

Quantity of fish: 4 fish divided into halves

  • Marinate the fish pieces in: ½ tsp. of turmeric powder, a tsp. of kashmiri chilli powder, ½ tsp. of garam masala, lemon juice and salt – according to preference of taste.
  • Coat the fish in rice flour, and shallow fry the fish pieces in any mild-flavour vegetable oil for about 5 minutes in low heat.

Happy Eating ♥ 


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