Hope everyone is doing well.
Since I love baking and I have been posting my baked food pics on my social media for quite a while. And it was very much appreciated by my readers. A friend of mine asked me to share the recipes of my baking on the blog. It was a very nice suggestion and I decided to share my personal recipes. I love baking but I don't like to spend hours in the kitchen, so my recipes would be quick, easy and with less prep time.
So here I am with my first mouth watering recipe on my blog.
Who doesn't like fish........? I mean nobody can say no to a steamy hot, baked savory fish with appetizing aroma.
Ok now without further ado let's go to the recipe.
*Fish fillets 1/2 kg
*Garlic paste 1 tsp
*Crushed red chilli (to taste)
*Green chilli 1
*Black pepper (to taste)
*Salt. (to taste)
*Lemon juice 1 tsp.
*Chaat masala 1/2 tsp
Now the method is very easy. Just mix all above mentioned ingredients in a bowl. Make a mixture of these. Put all fish fillets in the bowl and coat them with entire mixture. Make sure that each side of the fillets is properly coated.
Leave it for at least 3-4 hours, so that the fillets get all flavours and aromas of spices. The best thing would be if you leave the coated fillets overnight to get the best flavours.
Now cover the baking tray with aluminium foil and place it back in the oven. Preheat the oven at 180C for fifteen minutes.( The temperature and time may vary depending on the brand and model).
After that put fillets on the baking tray, and bake it for 20- 30 minutes at 200C. After half time turn the fillets upside down. In the last couple of minutes you can check the colour of the fillets, if they need more colour then you can increase the temperature setting.
Your spicy baked fish is ready. Serve it hot with any dip or sauce you like.
That is all for today girls. Do try this recipe, and give me your feedback. I am sure that you and your family will love it.
Take care and stay happy.
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