House Of Spice, this name attracted me just too much! A blog with various recipes made homemade by Priya, is truly a tummy winner. When I happened to stumble upon Priya's blog sometime in February this year, I couldn't help myself from drooling at her dishes and the way she presents them. I decided right away to invite her for my Guest Post event. I had no second thoughts before clicking the send button on my Gmail. and Priya replied me with a green signal and was ready to send me her mouthwatering Fish Fingers recipe despite her busy chores at home.
Let's hear more from Priya who blogs at House Of Spice. Do drop by her space and say Hi!
" Hi all, its with much pleasure that i write this post my very First Guest Post, being invited to do a guest post isn't something small for me, and Sri inspite of me being a new comer( after years of time ) she gave me chance, and I'm so much thankful for that. If I take my blogging history I started blogging in 2008, but couldn't continue for pretty long time.
Eagerly waiting for so long, now i've reached a point where i can't wait any longer away from blogging which i used to enjoy a lot. Nowadays it isn't much easy for me to do blogging, photographing and following up other blogs with a very extra hyper active kid at home. But inspite of all that, its friends and fellow bloggers like Sri and You who encourage me so much. I'm so much pleased Sri.
Now a little about me, myself Priya a full time stay at home mom , having deep roots from Kerala ( a beautiful state in India) with mixed cultures from South, is now happily residing in US with hubby dear and the sweetest little daughter. So, now hope you all would enjoy my fish fingers along with Sri :)
As kids, my brother and myself had a weakness towards Fish fingers, every time we went out for a dinner at our favourite restaurant we used to order a plate crispy yummy fish fingers. While watching tv on a usual afternoon time, I got to see a cooking show on fish fingers, and that just reminded me of how long have I made these yummy crisps.
Recipe Source: a Cooking show
- 1 lb Fish fillets ( cut in finger size)
- 2 tbsp All purpose Flour / Maida
- 2 tbsp Corn flour
- 1 tbsp Red Chili powder ( adjust accordingly )
- 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
- 1 tsp Pepper
- Salt to taste
- 1 Egg ( beaten )
- 1 - 1 1/2 cups Bread Crumbs
- Marinate the Fish with flour, cornflour, chili powder, sauce, lemon juice, pepper and salt for atleast 2hrs.
- Beat the egg well. Dip fish in egg and then roll in bread crumbs one by one.
- Heat oil in a Kadai and deep fry until cooked.
- Serve hot with a sauce of your choice.
Notes: I used Tilapia Fillets, you can use Salmon or any of your choice. I served along with a bowl of Guacamole.
Note of Thank You
Dearest Priya, thank you so much for a wonderful guest post dear! Your time and effort much appreciated. Your fish finger recipe is sure to try. I can literally imagine dipping them in chilli sauce and having them all by myself, haha. I'm so tempted!!! Thank you once again for the opportunity to make you my guest ;)
God bless you. Hugs!
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