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Tandoori Fish



Tandoori Fish

This is a delicious,tangy and mildly spiced fish baked in the oven.You can use any fleshy fish fillet.I used tilapia because it is a delicate fish.Tuna and cat fish also works well for this recipe.This is the best recipe for those who do not like much  of fishy flavor. Tandoori marinade seems to reduce fishy odor but at the same time makes it soft, moist and tasty.


Ingredients
Golden promfet -1
Kashmiri chili powder- 3/4 tsp
Paprika- 3/4 tsp 
Ginger- garlic paste- 1 tsp
Gram flour- 2 tbs 
Garam Masala- 1/2 tsp
Yogurt (hung)- 3 tbs

Kasoori methi powder-a  pinch
Lemon juice- a few drops
Oil 3 tsp




To prepare the marinade heat 2 tsp of oil and add gram flour and roast it in a slow flame for about a minute till you get a nice flavor. Be very careful as it has a tendency to burn. The best way is to bring the pan to heat and then off heat and then again to heat and whisking continuously.Allow this to cool a bit. 
Mix all ingredients listed in the marinade along with the gram flour paste.
Clean fish and make small gashes and coat with the marinade and keep refrigerated for at least two hours . Preheat oven to 450 degree F. Grease baking tray with little oil and layer the fish and place in the oven and allow to cook in high temperature. After three minutes reduce heat to 300 degree F. Cook for 5 minutes and then turn around the fish( gently with a wide spatula.the fish will be  very tender at this stage) for another 5-6 minutes.

Serve with lemon wedges.


Try this...
Hope you will all enjoy.. 

Comments

  1. It's almost lunch time and I am ready to have this drooling fish tandoori. Simple and very nice recipe.

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  2. wow!my father is fond of tandoori fish.i ll make this recipe of yours for my father and m sure he will like it.i hv posted a recent food article recipe.do comment on that.www.meghasyummyfooddelight.blogspot.com

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  3. So delicious and tempting..

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  4. Suja, U make me drool always and no wonder I drool again .. Soooooper

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  5. wonderful colorful eyecatching dish

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  6. very delicious fish..looks spicy n tangy..

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  7. Ho,what a colorful fish there Suja..kothippikkanayittanallo pinne.avide mail id idathathu aarelum padakkam pottikumennu karutheetano ? (for sure i will...for making me drool like this suj..)

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  8. i love fish...give it to me 3 times a day...and dis is perfect to have...mm my mouth is waterg

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  9. bookmarked!am gonna try this asap.

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  10. Irresistible and super inviting tandoori fish,simply cant take my eyes from ur clicks..

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  11. wow, looks so delicious n yummy, very tempting one..

    Ongoing Event at Good Food:
    COOK IT HEALTHY:PROTEINicious

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  12. Wow, lovely color..looks so tempting and delicious!

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  13. beautifully palted fish....yum...

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  14. wow, looks so delicious n yummy, very tempting one..

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  15. Ethu kandittu kothoyavunnu..Sharikkum tempting! Pics r superb..

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  16. I havent tasted tandoori fish but looks tempting n yumm

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  17. Suja, you make wonderful fish tandoori. Fish looks so inving and tempting...

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  18. yummy....................kothi ayittu vaya........

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  19. I m coming to your home dear..u r so creative..really lipsmacking recipe..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  20. hi....my first time here..you have a gorgeous blog n' lovely set of recipes...so many for me to try out...my first time here n i really liked the blog....:)

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  21. Awesome tandoori fish suja..love it!

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  22. wow excellen roasting!!!!!!!

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  23. Wow mouthwatering tandoori fish,looks so inviting and nice clicks too.

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  24. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments:)

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  25. ethu onnu try cheythitte ullu baaki karyangal okke...very healthy and tempting fish recipe...loved it..

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  26. Interesting recipe..cant wait to try this one..bookmarked marc veyrat recettes

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