The crunchy aand crispy fish fingers or peri peri fish fingers are one of the best snack to impress your near and dear ones. Making a perfect fish finger is easy of you follow the instructions below carefully
The meaning piri-piri in Oxford Dictionary of English, depicts piri-piri as a foreign word meaning “a very hot sauce made with red chilli peppers”. Piri-piri, peri-peri or peli-peli is the name used in Portuguese and a number of African languages to describe the African bird’s-eye chili. The variations in spelling derive from the various pronunciations of the word in different parts of Africa.The correct spelling in Portuguese is ‘piri-piri’.
The name ‘peri peri’ also refer to the spicy sauces made with the pepper. In Portuguese the chilli and the sauce itself is known as ‘piri-piri’. Another belief is that thes name is from Swahili – ‘piri-piri’ means ‘pepper-pepper’ – and has morphed into several iterations, including ‘pili-pili’ and ‘peri-peri’.
Clean the fish properly and drain out the water from it properly.
Cut the fish in small finger shaped pieces
Making the outer cover
In a small bowl mix Maida/All purpose flour, pepper powder and salt and keep aside
In another bowl whisk the egg well, mix it with milk, and keep aside
Keep dry breadcrumbs in another bowl
Frying the fish
Heat the oil in thick-bottomed pan for frying
Drop the fish in the Maida/ All-purpose flour mix and shake off the excess flour
Dip it in to the egg mix. Immediately drop in to the breadcrumbs bowl to coat it completely with breadcrumbs
Shake excess breadcrumbs.
Keep the coated fish in to the frying pan slowly
Fry the fish for two or three minutes and flip it over.
Fry the fish until it is golden brown in medium flame.
Remove excess oil on the fish using a tissue paper
Making peri peri Masala
Mix the Kashmiri red chili powder, Kashmiri red chili flakes, cinnamon powder, Garlic powder, oregano, Ginger in a bowl.
Mix until the powder is even.
Sprinkle the peri peri masala on the fish.
Transfer it in a serving bowl and serve it hot.
It can be served with either or a combination of cheese dip, pasta sauce, mayo salad or pudina chutney
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