Friday, June 22, 2007

Fried Fish

Fried Fish

1 piece of mullet, cod, snapper, or saqa; 2 tablespoon of butter; 1 cup of water; 1 dessert spoon of flour; 1 onion; 1 dessert spoon of vinegar; salt and chopped parsley.

Wash the fish, and then dry it. Wash the tamarinds gently with a little water, which is then thrown away, and then add 2 tablespoons water and salt. Squeeze and strain the juice into a deep plate. The tamarind juice must be thick. Dip the fish into it and both sides and fry until brown, but do not overcook. Fresh prawns can also be fried with tamarinds juice in the same way.


Kaiba40 said...

You forgot to mention tamarinds in your ingredients list, but mention them in the procedure. How many, and fresh or dried?

Fijituwawa News said...

Bula Kaiba40, yes we forgot to put the tamarind info in. Actually, you will need 6 dry tamarind, which you will need to wash gently with a little water. Throw away that water you used to wash them with and then add in 2 tablespoons water and salt into a bowl or basin. Squeeze and strain the juice into a deep plate. The Tamarind juice must be thick. Then you dip the fish into it on both sides and fry until brown. Hope this helps!

Enjoy the cooking and let us know how it went.

Fijituwawa Team