I know , it is quite challenging to make a post on #tastytuesday. The quality food post needed to be tasty alongwith well presented to the audience. However, I could not find a better way to present my first experience with Fish and that too Fried. Well making it first time at home, there is no way , I can make it more attactive, still it is better to share how my experience goes with it.
Those who have been regular to my posts must be aware, that very recently I developed a taste for Fish. Even recently i went to the Fish market and shared my experience read here in case you have not yet.
Anyhow that time I had in someone else home, and now tried to cook by self. And that in a mud stove which uses dried wood.
With some knowledge and input from an expert I gathered much information to cook by self. I bought a kilo fresh water fish from nearby village shop. The good part these shops make the work easier by cutting the fishes into pieces. I had around 17 pieces at my place when brought home.
As per the direction and input, firstly I garnish the Fish pieces with Turmeric and Salt.
Then let the Frying Oil to get heated in an utensil. And slowly place the fishes one by one into it. This is the first time I am frying with so much oil. I made sure not to get any splashes on my skin, it could be very dangerous. So I slowly placing the fishes into the utensils. And let them for Deep Fry.
With already heated oil, it took 5-7 minutes to get the first bunch completelly fried. Once it started to changing colour and getting bit brownish, I started to take them out in a plate.
To tell you all, my first bunch was half fried, but it was tasty too, but in the second lot I made sure it get fried properly. I took them out in a plate and started to eat them hot🙃
On a sunny afternoon during winter season having the fried fish sitting openly in our courtyard have a altogether a different experience. But it was quite tasty, and my first experience of Fish cooking went well.....that what i believe.