Fish is known to be low in calories and high on protein, thanks to the essential omega-3 fatty acids in them. What’s more, fish is also low on saturated fat, therefore, acts as a healthier substitute to other forms of protein such as red meat. Fish also contains vitamins such as D and B2 (riboflavin), minerals, and other fats which help protect the heart and overall health. Rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, and potassium, it is no wonder that The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice a week. Now that you know fish is good for your health, whatever the type may be, however, you want to cook it, here are some recipes to help you unleash the Masterchef in you. Thank us later.
Crunchy, spicy fish fingers are a favourite with any age group. This delicious starter is best enjoyed with some cool mayonnaise salad.
Get a taste of Goa with this authentic curry that goes well with steamed rice or appam.
Straight from the streets of Amritsar, this crunchy on the outside and melt-in-the-mouth on the inside fish preparation is a burst of flavours.
Delicate basa fish tastes great when marinated in beetroot puree and then shallow-fried. The combination of cauliflower sauce will leave you licking your fingers.
Malaysian Style Grilled Fish
A classic Malay style grilled fish, it is marinated in a flavourful blend of spices and grilled with coconut oil making it a must try.
Kobiraji is a popular Bengali evening snack. Here Ranveer Brar takes this epic dish and reinvents it. He wraps the fish in a net and is a delectable and lip-smacking dish.
This delicious pan-fried fish topped with tangy lemon caper sauce is quite irresistible.
Nacho Crusted Fish
This fish fry makes for a great accompaniment to any and every meal – be it rice, parathas or bread. A simple cocktail sauce and salad compliment this fish fry.
These fish cakes are super easy to make and yum to taste. What better way to get your fussy kids to eat fish than by sneaking it in this way.
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