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Nov 14, 2012

Fish Tikka made on Stove top ( Tikka made in Tawa )



Hai guys..Hope everyone had a great diwali..I had a wonderful blasting diwali. It was so special to me since it is my first diwali after wedding. We had great foods, lots of fun, lots of crackers in my mum's place. I completely enjoyed it. Now off to the recipe..





I am not a big fan for fish. But last weekend I absolutely fell in love with fish, when I tasted fish manchurian and this fish tikka. I never thought that fish taste so good when had chinese style and when it gets a grill twist. I used the basic tikka masala recipe, but I didn't marinate it for a long time since it is fish.I thought of using the oven to grill these, but due to the frequent powercut in our place my plan got completely failed. So I decided to grill it tawa. Still these tikkas turned out beautiful.



Each piece of fish was so beautifully cooked and tastes amazing. They were spicy, tangy, flaky and just melts in your mouth. Each piece of fish absorbed all the flavours which you add there. All together it was a special dish.Try it out and you will know why it is so special.

Preparation Time - 10 mins
Marination Time - 30 mins
Cooking Time - 15 mins
Serves - 5 to 6

Ingredients:

Fish Pieces ( I used Trevally / Jack / Parai meen ) - 500 gms ( Boneless, White Fleshed Fish )
Oil for pan frying

Marination:
Curd / Thick Yogurt - 1 cup
Chilli powder - 1 tsp or to taste
Garam Masala powder - 1 tsp
Pepper Powder - 1 tsp
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Lemon Juice - 2 tblspn
Coriander leaves - 3 tblspn finely chopped
Mint leaves - 3 tblspn finely chopped
Corn Flour / Corn Starch - 3 tblspn
Oil - 1 tblspn


Method:

Take a bowl and add in all the marination ingredients in the given order and mix well.

Add in the fish pieces and mix well with the marination.

Leave this to marinate for atleast  30 mins.

Now take wooden skewers and arrange this fish pieces in it.

Heat a non stick tawa on medium heat and drizzle few drops of oil over it.

Arrange these skewers on it and fry it on low heat, rotating often till it is seared properly and cooked on all sides. It will take around 15 mins.

Remove from the heat and serve hot with some lemon wedges.

Notes:

You can cook this in oven too. Preheat the oven to a grill mode at 220 Degree C/450 Degree F . Arrange the skewers on a oiled foil lined baking tray and cook in the oven for 10-15 mins. Take the tray from the oven half way through and flip the skewers over and cook again.

You can skip the skewering process and cook the fish as it is.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Take curd in a bowl


add spice powders


Add ginger garlic paste


add in corn flour


add in herbs


season with salt


and some lemon juice


mix everything together


till they are combined


add in fish pieces


drizzle some oil in


and mix well


Skewer the fish pieces in the sticks


and grill them


Grill on all sides


Serve


18 comments:

Sandra Batista said... Best Blogger Tips

Nossa, que carninha com um aspeto bem suculento!!
Beijinho

kausers kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow fish tikka ..looks so juicy and mouthwatering.Very nice click Aarthi.
Glad to follow u, wud be super glad if u follow back :)

Tamilarasi Sasikumar said... Best Blogger Tips

Excellent Fish preparation...love it...

Rafeeda said... Best Blogger Tips

this recipe looks yummy... if baking, what is the temperature and time for doing so?

zareena said... Best Blogger Tips

Amazing dear. Thanks for sharing this stove top recipe.

divya said... Best Blogger Tips

Tempting me ...looks yummy

AJ said... Best Blogger Tips

Happy Diwali! Thanks for the recipe..Big fan of your blog..I leave comments occasionally..mostly asking questions...I have a request..when you do recipe that is dry (not too much gravy)i.e. backed in oven, deep fried, bbq-ed, or roasted..it would be really nice if you put one picture such that we can see the inside of food...fish piece cut in the middle. Mostly to see the texture/colour of food...just to get an idea...mine usually get over cooked and dry. Would be big help...if you could. Thanks again.

Kimberly Vanlandingham said... Best Blogger Tips

Every time I stop by here to see what you've cooked up...I have to go get a snack. I'm always hungry!

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AJYes sure..I will do it next time

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@RafeedaI have mentioned it in my notes. You should bake at 220 Degree C/450 Degree F for 15 - 20 mins or till it is cooked

Sahana Sandeep.. said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks great!!!!!!!! Would love to try it out on weekend

a-boleyn said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm a sucker for things on sticks and tikka is always a treat. I wish I had some fish in my freezer cause I'd be making this ASAP.

I just finished making 2 batches of gulab jamun today and am planning on making paneer, pea and potato samosas tomorrow.

Roshu said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks yummy and delicious

Shweta said... Best Blogger Tips

You told that we should use 1 cup curd in the ingredients. i went ahead and used one cup without looking at your pictorial. It became very watery :( . Please revise the ingredients. Your pictorial doesnt suggest one cup curd. I used a standard measure cup so it shouldnt be wrong.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@ShwetaYou need 1 cup of marinate for 500 gms of fish. I think you used little watery curd so that it has turned watery.

you should use thick curd without any water in it.

prethika skm said... Best Blogger Tips

such a easy way to cook on stove tops,helps people who dnt have oven...useful post aarthi,as usual..
Keep rocking

Lyndsey Chapin said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks amazing, what a great idea for fish. I like that it can be done stove top!

Sheela Hepzibah said... Best Blogger Tips

Yum malicious........ :)