3 Simple Fish Recipes for Busy Workdays

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Of all the foods consumed by non-vegetarians, fish is considered the best option overall. Fish is generally low in fat and high in omega-3 fatty acids which improve mental function and help you maintain a healthy heart. Researchers have also found that eating fish regularly can reduce the risk of diseases ranging from asthma to cancer. There are different types of fish and all of them have healthy nutrients. Whitefish like cod are an excellent source of low-fat protein, and fatty fish like sardines, salmon, and mackerel are high in omega-3 fatty acids. When buying fish, you need to be careful about your choice, and it should also be fresh enough. Normally dull eyed fish are not fresh enough. A fish should smell like fresh water and there should be no milky liquid on the flesh. There are many fish recipes you can try at home. During your busy working days, you should opt for simple fish recipes because it takes less time and it will save you valuable time when your schedule is busy. Here we look at 3 simple fish recipes for busy workdays.


* Take a medium sized Pomfret and clean it properly.

* Garnish with masala pomfret consisting of green masala, garam masala, shredded coconut, ginger garlic paste.

* Fry it in a shallow frying pan until cooked through. Go back once between the two.


This fish curry is everyone’s favorite in the Konkan region. Simply cook the fish in tamarind juice, grated coconut, onion, tomato oil and sliced ​​chilies. It is served with plain rice or any roti.


This recipe is also the easiest way to cook fish. It’s perfect with chapatis and rice. Simply cook all the fish slices in tamarind juice, onion, tomato and green chutney mixed with green chillies, coriander, mint leaves etc.

These were easy fish recipes for busy workdays.

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