We, Indians, are in love with all things spicy, tangy and delicious. Take our chaat obsession for example, and how no golgappa eating session is complete without saying 'bhaiya aur teekha'! We love to add that 'tadka', and that fiery zing in every dish we relish, isn't it? No wonder the spicy and fiery 'Indian-ised' version of Chinese cuisine is so much more famous in the country. In fact, we have adapted the Chinese cuisine to our liking and preference so much so that we now have a dish made with an exclusive Indian ingredient, chilli paneer. And if you are a lover of these Indo-Chinese chilli dishes like chilli chicken and chilli paneer, we are sure you will love this equally tantalising and comparatively easier recipe of Spicy Chilli Fish Fry!
Chunks of soft and juicy fish coated in spicy and sour gravy, this recipe for spicy chilly fish will make you give restaurants a miss. A quick appetiser, this restaurant-style spicy chilli fish can be made for the weekend get together or to amp up a plain dal chawal platter. It is crunchy, tasty, filling and full of aromatic flavours to have your taste buds sated. The recipe is simple and requires just the basic ingredients like soy sauce, ketchup, chilli sauce, and fish chunks. Want to try it out? Here is the recipe for you.
How To Make Restaurant-Style Spicy Chilli Fish l Restaurant-Style Spicy Chilli Fish Recipe:
Marinate fish chunks with ginger-garlic paste, black pepper powder, maida, cornflour, egg white and salt. Once done marinating, fry these fish chunks until golden brown. Toss the fried fish into a pan with some green chilli, capsicum, onions, chopped garlic and the prepared sauce. Increase or decrease the level of chilli sauce according to your preference. Mix until the thick sauce has coated every single piece, optionally garnish with spring onions or sesame seeds and serve this delicacy piping hot.
Fire up your weekend meals with this red hot dish, let us know how it turns out in the comments below.