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In this cooking video learn how to make this Pakistani recipe, fish karahi.
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How to Make Fish Karahi
Recipe for Karahi fish - for fish karahi you will need around 250 grams of boneless fish or you can use two fillets of fish. Half a teaspoon of red chilli powder, 1/2 a teaspoon of black pepper, 1/2 a teaspoon of cosoliu menti, one medium size tomato chopped. 1/2 a teaspoon of vinegar, 1/2 inch of roughly sliced ginger, 1/2 of cup of ketchup, 1/2 medium size tomato chopped. Salt to taste and some oil, we should know that this dish is enough for two people so you can add or subtract as much as you want.
First add some oil to the pan, when the oil is hot - we will add the ginger. After around 30 seconds we will add the syrup. Let’s the syrup crackle in the oil and then we will add the onions. We will saute the onions until transparent, after around two minutes the onion have become transparent. So we will add the spices which were the black pepper, the 1:20 and the red chilli powder.
Mix it together and add the tomato, add some salt and we will cover it up until the tomatoes have soften up. And the masala is formed, after every few minutes - uncover and stir around. And then cover it back it again, after around and then cover it back again. After around three to five minutes, we can see the masala has been formed, so we will now add the fish.
We go now to the mixer and cover it up for another three to four minutes. The fish cooks really fast it is around three to five minutes, we can that it is done. So we will add the green capsicum. Stir it around a few times and cover it up for another few seconds, uncover and mix it around a bit. The fish is very tender so be gentle with it so it doesn’t break. Your Karahi Fish is now ready.