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Sweet and Sour Black Pomfret

This is a very simple, common dish which most children will like.  I used to make this for my children and they loved to mix the rice with the sweet and sour gravy.










Recipe for Sweet and Sour Black Pomfret

Ingredients
300 gm Black Pomfret
1 Tomato - sliced for decoration
Oil for frying the fish

Sauce
1 Tbsp Chilly sauce
1 Tbsp Tomato sauce
2  Tsp Sugar
1/4 Tsp Salt
1/2 Tsp Balsamic Vinegar
1.1/2  Tsp Cornflour mixed with 6 Tbsp water

Preparation
Wash and clean the black pomfret
Lightly make 2 slits on the fish
Marinate with some salt, inside out
Heat up a non-stickpan with 1 Tbsp oil
Once the pan is hot, put in the fish
Fry till slightly  brown on both sides, dish out on plate
Mix up all the ingredients for the sauce
Thicken it with the cornflour mixture
Pour onto fish, decorate with tomato slices
Serve

Comments

  1. very nice dish....love fish and this one is beautiful1y done!

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  2. i like this too! Mum will make it for me when I go back for a visit.

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  3. Hi
    pegasuslegend
    Thanks. More so if the fish is real fresh. We can get very fresh fish here in my area.

    penny
    You'll be going back for a visit soon, right?

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  4. Simple and yet delicious! It's a perfect dinner menu.

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  5. Looks lovely. I have never cooked a whole fish - I need to!

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  6. Hi
    My Little Space
    Yes, simple dinner menu, as long as the kids like it.

    Tasty Eats at Home
    There's always the first time to try. Over here, whole fish is slightly cheaper than fish blocks.

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