Wednesday, October 28, 2009

SWEET AND SOUR FISH

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There are so many recipes relating to this dish but this one really suits my taste and you can adjust the hotness according to your liking. For the vegetables you can add whatever you have like capsicum, carrot  or pineapple. This recipe does not use any thickening agent. First step you have to fry the fish which is coated with turmeric and salt then transfer onto a plate and pour the prepared sauce on it or cook the  fried fish with sauce for few minutes, the choice is yours.

INGREDIENTS

1 whole fish either pomfret/garoupa
2 tbsp chili paste
5 tbsp tomato sauce
2 tbsp chili sauce
3 cloves garlic chopped
1 tsp ginger paste
10 button mushroom
3 young corn cut
1 big onion sliced
1/2 cup water
salt and sugar to taste.
turmeric powder
oil

METHOD

1. Fry fish which has been coated with turmeric and salt, transfer into a plate.
2. Heat oil, fry onion until light brown then add in ginger,garlic and chili paste until oil float on top, pour water and let it boil.
3. Add the sauces, mushroom and young corn let simmer for few minutes. now add sugar and salt. Add in fried fish let cook for 5 minute. Remove from heat. Now its ready to eat. Enjoy....


This goes to Hearth & Soul Vol 14
                   Make It Yours 36
                   Show And Tell
                   Show Us What You're Workin 31
                   Works For Me Wednesday
                   Tasty Tuesday
                   Delicious Dishes
                   Tasty Tuesdays
                   Family Food Fridays 108
                   Friday Favorites 33
                   Foodie Friday
                   I'm Lovin' It Friday
                   Sugar and Spice
                   We Did It Wednesday
                   Seasonal Sunday

13 comments:

Christy said...

What a lot of great flavors to go with the fish. Yum! Thanks for linking this to Hearth'nSoul blog hop.

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Hello Christy,

Thanks for your lovely comment, great to be part of Hearth & Soul event..

Butterpoweredbike said...

My boys bring home fish from their trips almost every week. And I tend to do the same old thing with it every time - fry it up quickly in the pan. I've really gotta start branching out and taking advantge of lovely fish recipes like this. Thank you for sharing with Hearth and Soul!

a moderate life said...

I have to tell you I think its spectacular to spice up fish this way! It makes me sad that so many fish recipes are so bland! Very cool! I will be sharing this on my Thoughts on friday hearth and soul blog hop recipe highlights, so stop by on friday and say HI! :) Alex@amoderatelife

girlichef said...

I love the sound of your fish...I've never eaten it this way before...lovely! Thank you for sharing it w/ hns this week =)

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Alex@amoderate life..Glad you like my recipe, looking forward your recipe highlight on Friday..

girlichef...thanks for your lovely comment, hope you will give it a try, do adjust the spices used to suit your taste...

Hanna said...

Hi! I'm your newest follower from the Wednesday link up. Lovely blog:) You can find me at www.bouffeebambini.blogspot.com

Treat and Trick said...

Hanna...Thanks for dropping by and joining in my blog, hope to see you again...

Dr. Laura Aridgides said...

This opens up a whole new world of fish for me! Love the way you have turned fish into something special. Thanks for sharing with Dr. Laura's Tasty Tuesday @ WhoIsLaura.com

Dr. Laura

Treat and Trick said...

Dr Laura....Thanks for hosting, so glad to be part of your event..

April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

This sounds really interesting - I love the spices! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

Jerri said...

Sounds very flavorful! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites last week!

Hope you'll stop by again this week. I'm celebrating my blogiversary with a giveaway for a Presto Cool Touch Griddle!

Treat and Trick said...

April@The 21st Century Housewife..thanks for visiting, glad you like it..

Jerri..Thanks for hosting and your lovely comment, will surely visit you again this week. Happy blogiversary ya...

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