Fishing was started about 40,000 years ago. In a very famous river Nile, a lot of fish were found fresh and dried. People used very unique and very fascinating techniques for fishing. Fish is very much beneficial for health. It can help you in lowering your heart disease. It also lowers the risk of a heart attack.
Fish will provide you with the 29 perfect proteins for weight loss. Fish there is omega-3. Which works for the betterment of the heart. Fish also works for the brain. It is also good for mental diseases. It also cures depression. It is also a tremendous source of vitamin D. Which works for the betterment of bones.
It also works for the improvement of your visions. It is good for the functioning of the immune system. If you have acne problems then Fish is the perfect solution to the your problem. It can lower the risk of cancer, stroke and so many diseases.
How to make Chilli Fish
Chilli Fish is served as an appetizer. It is an amazing recipe cooked at home. This dish incredibly awakens your taste buds. It is a mouth-watering dish. Loved by everyone in the world. The fish chunks will blow your mind.
For the sauce
- Cut the fish into little pieces.
- Take a bowl.
- Add cornflour, all-purpose flour, baking powder, soy sauce, celery, pepper powder, water, and salt for the preparation of the paste.
- Now take the fish and finely dip them into the paste.
- Then fry these finger fish.
Prepare the sauce:
- Take a pan, put oil in it.
- Add garlic, ginger, and green chilly and cook until it's brown.
- Now, add soy sauce, chilly and tomato sauce to it.
- Mix in the cornflour and water mixture well.
- Then, finely put this sauce on the top of the fried fish finger.
- Sprinkle spring onions on the top.
- Delicious chili fish is ready!
Serving Size 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 435.3
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 13g20%
- Saturated Fat 5.4g27%
- Cholesterol 62.8mg21%
- Sodium 1009mg43%
- Potassium 1358.9mg39%
- Total Carbohydrate 44.8g15%
- Dietary Fiber 13.8g56%
- Sugars 6.4g
- Protein 18g36%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.