Let me just preface this by saying that I’m not a professional chef and this is definitely not a traditional recipe for tandoori fish. It’s how I make it...but as with all food in the world, there are many, many, many variations. Share your favourite recipe below! .
I hate the idea of compromising taste and flavour for health. I love food way too much to make any such compromise! I tried and failed, especially with Indian food. I love Indian food so much. It’s one element of my roots that is so close to me. It’s all about the marriage of flavours and that’s what’s so captivating about it. The colour, the smell, the taste - hits all your senses. But I’ve often felt the need to cut back on my beloved Indian foods that are fried or carb heavy. Always a sad, sad time.
Normally, I’d have fried the fish. I don’t have a tandoor and I don’t know too many people with a tandoor at home. If you do have one, let me know - we need to be friends! But the air fryer (thanks to my future hubs), has changed the way I see fried food. It is definitely such a great investment. You can literally have your cake and eat it too! Although, in this case, it’s fried food.
1 pound fish of your choice
1 tablespoon of ginger garlic paste
1 teaspoon of salt (or to taste)
1 tablespoon of tandoori masala (choose your brand)
1 teaspoon of chilli powder
1 teaspoon of turmeric
1 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
1 teaspoon of oil .
Wondering what you do? It’s simple. Get a bowl, throw the fish in there, throw all the ingredients in and give it a good mix. It doesn’t need to marinate for more than 10 minutes. If you’d like to leave it overnight, that’s cool too. Spray the air fryer with cooking spray and follow the instructions for your appliance. My air fryer takes 20 mins at 400 for fish - adjust the time and temp to your machine. #agathainthekitchen#eatingonabudget#simpleeating#cleaneating#airfryer#airfryerrecipes#tandoori#indiancookingathome#eatwellbewell#eatingonthego#survivethekitchen#tandoorifish#bespiced
Colva Beach,Goa... The tandoori fish from some unnamed shack from colva beach,Goa is simply awesome.. We are absolutely sorry as we don’t remember the shack’s name.Now, let’s jump into the details .The fish was perfectly grilled as the smoky flavour was a ten out of ten. And this plate had some seasoned cucumbers ,onion and capsicum which went perfect with the fish.. And this tandoor costed around INR 1500. Don’t worry because the taste is going to adjust the price.. 2. Sizzler from sunset cafe, Arambol beach,Goa is a must try as it is a simple flavourful bowl. The very first spoon won our heart and tummies too.. 3. Shrimp with special goan sauces was a perfect choice we made. It tasted like an authentic Goan dish.. As Goa is famous for seafood specialities, we went for seafood this time. And it would have made us guilty if we didn’t... #seafood#indianfoodblogger#goanfood#colvabeach#arambolbeach#sunsetcafe#tandoorifish#sizzlers#shrimp#foodporn#instafood#foodgasm#mallu#foodielifestyle#foodaroundtheworld#foodaroundtheglobe