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|1||kg||Baby Macro Fish|
|300||g||Fortune Biryani Special Basmati Rice (soaked)|
|15||g||Ginger Garlic Paste|
|15||g||All Spice Powder|
|5||g||Black Cumin Seeds|
|2||each||Tomatoes (boiled & pureed)|
Cut the fish into small cubes, then marinate it with the ginger garlic paste, all spice powder, turmeric, cumin, a pinch of salt and some freshly squeezed lemon juice. Place the fish in the fridge for a few minutes to allow the flavour to settle.
Slice the onion and tomato into cubes, as well as the green chillies. Then, pour some ghee in a pan on medium heat and once it begins to boil, add the black mustard seeds and onion and cook them until they are brown. Add ginger garlic paste to the mixture and stir through, then add all spice powder, tumeric and chili powder if you want some extra spice. Add the chopped tomatoes and fry the ingredients together for a few minutes.
In a shallow pan, fry the fish with a drizzle of oil. Once the fish is soft, remove the cubes from the oil and set aside
Pour the water into the pan and leave it over the heat until it begins to boil. Then, add in the Fortune Biryani Special Basmati Rice and continuously stir until the rice moves to the top of the pan. Put the lid on and allow it to cook on medium heat for 8 minutes.
On a low flame, top the rice mixture with the green chillies and fried fish. Keep it on the stove for another 8 to 10 minutes, then dish it out and serve to your customers while hot.