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Pollock Bake (Seelach fillet Bake) Recipe

Pollock Bake (Seelach fillet Bake) is a popular Indian Main
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On :
Monday, 23 May, 2016
Category :
Non-Vegetarian Recipe
Course :
Main Recipe
Cuisine :
Indian Recipe
Technique :
Bake Recipe
Difficulty :
Medium
Preparation Time :
20 minutes
Servings :
Serves 2
RATINGs :
Rated 4 based on 100 votes
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Ingredients

  • 2 - Seelachs/ Pollock fish (substitute with Salmon or any fish of your choice)
  • 2 - Potato, large size
  • 1 - Onion, large size
  • Salt as per taste
  • Pepper
  • Knorr curry sauce (optional) or (substitute this with 1 tsp - Turmeric, 1 tbsp - Olive oil, Chilli powder (optional) )
  • herbs of your choice
  • How to Make Pollock Bake (Seelach fillet Bake):

    1. If you are using frozen fish thaw the fish by putting it in a zip pouch and placing in hot water.
    2. Quarter the potatoes, slice the onions thickly.
    3. Layer the baking tray with aluminium foil.
    4. Place the potatoes and onions over the sheet, sprinkle salt and pepper. Drizzle olive oil on top.
    5. In a mixing bowl take 1 tbsp Knorr curry sauce, and crushed pepper and mix it with the herbs. (IF you are using the substitute, just mix all the ingredients together)
    6. With a kitchen towel, pat dry the fish, mix it with the prepared curry sauce paste or spice paste.
    7. Place the fish over the baking tray, season with salt and lime juice.
    8. Drizzle some olive oil.
    9. Turn on the broilers for 2 minutes before placing the fish inside the oven.
    10. Keep the fish on the bottom layer of the oven.
    11. Now let it broil for 10 to 15 minutes.
    12. Once the fish is cooked take it out from the oven and let it rest for 2 minutes.
    13. Serve with lemon juice and vegetables and some tomato sauce or Tabasco.
    14. Recipe courtesy: Wah Sush Kitchen



     

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