It’s been a long time since I blogged about food. So here goes a quick fix delicious snack for all you sea-food lovers. I learnt this dish from a family friend who had moved to Dubai for a couple of years. The Dory fish does not stink and the fillets are easily available in the supermarkets. When guests come over expecting the typical “fried fish” from a Goan-Maharashtrian household, this dish serves as a pleasant surprise for many.
So here goes.
Dori Fish Fillet (2), Bread Crumbs, Eggs (2)
Filling: Ricotta Cheese or Cottage Cheese(100 gms), Fresh Parsley Leaves(15-20 sticks), Green Chilly(4-5), Salt ( To Taste)
Grind coarse the ingredients of the filling to get the paste
Cut the fillet into medium rectangular pieces and put the filling in between the 2 pieces like a sandwich
Take table spoon of milk, beat the eggs in the milk and add salt as per taste
Dip the fillet sandwich pieces in the egg mixture and then apply bread crumbs.
Heat oil in a pan and shallow fry in minimal oil on medium flame for 2-3 minutes and then let the pieces cook well on low flame.
Serve with ketchup or chilly sauce and enjoy some scrumptious starters