Spicy Zesty Masala Fish

This is something my mum cooks up in minutes for my dad when he's feeling peckish, and I love it too, I never liked fish until I tried this dish so give it a go.


Add all ingredinets to a small bowl with oil and mix to a paste. Marinade the the fish in he paste. 2 hours is great.

Pan fry the fish in a little oil, 4 mintes on each side.

Toast the mini pittas, and spread with margerine, if desired.

Serve fish with coriander and squeeze of fresh lemon with fresh toasted pitta



Lemon. Diced To Season 1
Mini Pittas 2
Fresh Coriander To Seasom 1 Bunch
Fish Of Your Choice. (I Like Salmon) 4 Fillets
Olive Oil 2 Tbs
Garam Masala Powder 1 Tsp
Ground Coriander And Jeera Powder (dhanna Jeeru) 2 Tsp
Red Chilli Powder 1 Tsp
Tumeric Powder 1 Tsp
Ginger Paste 1 Tsp
Garlic Paste 1 Tsp
Green Chilli Paste 1 Tsp

Hints 'n' Tips

my mum marindes a whole bunch of fillets and puts them in the freezer and just takes them out as and when needed. Great with pitta or green salad and cherry tomatoes.


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