SPICY FISH BHEL
Hi, friends welcome back. Today I want to share a bhel recipe with you. In Delhi, chaats and bhel are very popular and are readily available in any season at any food joints in the city. Delhi is a famous food destination in India and out of its famous dishes, one that instantly comes to mind is a Bhel and there are varieties of them which are made here and enjoyed by everyone. Who does not like to enjoy a sweet-tangy, spicy bhel and have all the fun? Today I have made a bhel with fried fish strips and you too can try it at home. So let’s start with making our Spicy Fish Bhel—
- Fish fillet(any kind)-50 gms
- Beaten Rice -100gms
- Sweet Corn Kernels-2 tbsp
- Cashews and Raisins-3 each
- Croutons(fried or roasted)-3-4
- Apple(cubed)-1/2 of 1
- Coconut(diced and raw)-5 small pieces
- Besan Sev-1 tbsp
- White and Black Salt-A pinch
- Black Pepper-A pinch
- Green Chillies-1
- Chilly Flakes-1 tsp
- Lemon Juice-1 tsp
- Chopped fresh coriander-A small bunch
- Green and Red Chutney-optional
Cut the fish fillet into long strips and marinate with salt turmeric and red chilly powder. Fry them until golden brown. Take a pan, add some butter and toss the sweet corn into it for two-three minutes. Roast the cashews. Chop the apples into small pieces along with fresh coriander and green chilies. Chop the coconut into long strips. Boil the potato, peel it and cut it into small cubes and fry them until browned.
Now take a pan and add oil. Fry or roast the beaten rice. Make the croutons.
Now we will make our bhel. For that, take a bowl. Add all the above-prepared ingredients and sprinkle some white and black salt, pepper powder, red chilly flakes, besan sev, chaat masala to it and toss everything well. Add the lemon juice too. You can add some green and red chutney also which I have not added here.
Our Spicy Fish Bhel is ready. Serve it as a brunch idea and enjoy it with hot tea or any other beverage.
Friends do try the recipe at home. Share your comments and feedbacks. Have a great week ahead everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!!!!! And happy chilly winters too!!!