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Pomfret fry

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 7 minutes

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6-7 pieces (depend on the size of fish)

This recipe is of my mom, and she is the best cook i have ever met.

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  • pomfret :- 1/2 kg. (balck/white pomfret), Kokum:- 7-8 pieces.(optional, if you don't have kokum 1 lemon juice)
  • chilli powder:-1tbsp, turmeric powder:-1tsp.
  • ginger n garlic paste:-2tbsp. salt to taste.
  • semolina:- 3tbps.( mahin rawa) for coating, rice flour: 1tbsp for coating.
  • chilli as per your taste. (for coating.) salt for coating.
  • oil to fry.


  1. 1. wash the fish with a running tab water 2. marinate the fish with kokum and other ingredients except oil n coating ingredients. 3. keep it aside or at list 2hrs.

  2. 4. when to fry, keep a tawa or pan, oil it. in a low flame. 5. till the pan gets hot mix the coating things in the plate. 6. coat in properly by all the sides n put it in a oil based pan

  3. 7. medium the flame for 2mins,turn the fish and keep it for 2mins.(oil it if you need.) 8. make a flame low and keep it another for 2mins. 9. serve hot.

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