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 Post subject: Baked Perch

Marksman

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Perch is a very tasty fish, found in freshwaters in Canada. It's not a big size fish and a 1 lb Perch is a big size for any angler.
Here is a recipe for baked Perch.

Ingredients
    - Perch fillets. Keep them as large as possible.
    - Spices: Salt, red chiliy powder, cumin seed powder, fresh corriander, ajvoin.
    - Garlic & ginger paste, lots of it.
    - Lemon Juice
    - Olive oil (three spoon)

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:arrow: Mix salt, red chillies, cumin seed powder, ajvoin and lemon juice in garlic, ginger paste. Apply the paste to Perch fillets and let them marinate for half hour. Put them in a foil tray and apply some olive oil. Put the tray in the oven, set the oven at 300* and bake it for 40 minutes. The foil tray should have holes in it so that excess water drips down.



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:arrow: Baked Perch is ready. It's very light to eat and digest. Healthy food. :drool: :drool:


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:arrow: yumm.... I am hungry again. :drool: :drool:


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 Post subject: Re: Baked Perch

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Baked perch was good but I wouldn't call it top of the line. In my view, it was nowhere close to sowl (Channa marulias) in taste and even not better than our rohu, narain and mahasher. But these three are bony. :)

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@ Sualeh.
You are turning into a very fine cook.
Thanks for the recipes, I may just have to try them sometime.
I am use to serving my Perch, Breaded in flour and spices , and frying it in oil.
Your recipe sounds a lot healthier.

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 Post subject: Re: Baked Perch

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Yes, this is healthy food. Digests just like no time and very tasty too. No doubt Sualeh is improving a lot. Actually, on his current standard, he could be a senior cook in a good restaurant. :mrgreen:

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Perch was very good though the size is small. From taste point of view Pakistani freshwater fish are very good but they are bony (except sowl, snakehead)

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 Post subject: Re: Baked Perch

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I agree with you Haider bhai. None of these fish that we have eaten here is equal in taste to sowl. For those who don't know sowl is Channa marulias which is also called great snakehead. It is one of the tastiest freshwater fish which one can eat and it is a very good sport fish also. I love catching sowl on live minnows. :)


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