Crispy Rava Fried Surmai/Kingfish

A treat for all sea food lovers this Crispy fried Surmai/Kingfish is always a big hit.Very popular in Gomantak or Sea food restaurants. The fish is marinated with fresh Green Masala and then coated with Semolina/Rava and then Shallow fried till crisp.It taste absolutely yumm.Hot steamed rice Dal and this fish fry makes a very good combo. Make this fish fry and make your loved ones happy.
Ingredients:
8-10 slices of Surmai/Kingfish
Juice of 1/2 lime 
2 Cups Coriander leaves
2 inch ginger
8-10 garlic cloves
6-7 green chilies
Oil to shallow fry
salt to taste.

Method:
Clean and Wash the Fish Slices well and drain all the excess water.

Grind the coriander leaves ,green chillies ,ginger garlic  and turmeric powder to a fine smooth paste.

Marinate the fish slices with salt ,lime juice and the ground paste and keep aside for about 1-2 hours.

When ready to fry coat the marinated fish slices well with Rava/Semolina on both sides.

In a non stick pan heat oil to shallow fry.

Once the oil is hot enough drop the fish slices and fry on both sides over medium heat till cooked and crisp.

Enjoy hot crispy fried Surmai as a side dish or enjoy with some hot roti.



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15 comments:

  1. my mouth is really watering...yummy ..perfect fried surmai

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  2. feel like having it ....yummy

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  3. yummy...mouth started watering.............

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  4. its absolutely tempting...too good

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  5. so soo tempting..i love fish fry n this is my favourite

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  6. soo sooo tempting...i love fish fry....n this is my all time favourite

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  7. Can we make it with any fish...I have mullet but after cutting the slices are very tiny do is it ok...

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    1. Yes we can use any fish with this same recipe..

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  8. Please tell me dal recipe that you make with this.....

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    1. http://pepperchilliandvanilla.blogspot.in/2013/09/lehsuni-dal-palak.html

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    2. http://pepperchilliandvanilla.blogspot.in/2013/08/tadke-wali-dal.html

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  9. I want a simple dal homemade...type

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