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Vegan Fish Curry

Shaping the soya chunks, raw bananas, and potato mixture into a fish-like shape is fun in this recipe. I did it with my cousins during the holidays, and we had so much fun. The kids loved the vegan fish curry. Its texture and shape were so fish-like. 

It’s an approved recipe by everyone in my family. Here you go!

Ingredients:

  1. 100g soya chunks
  2. 2 boiled raw banana
  3. 2 potatoes
  4. 3 tbsp rice flour
  5. 2 tbsp besan
  6. Chat masala
  7. Cumin powder
  8. Green chili paste
  9. Black salt
  10. Salt
  11. Cumin powder
  12. 2 tbsp corn flour
  13. Turmeric powder
  14. Red chili powder
  15. Chat masala
  16. Ginger garlic paste
  17. Oil
  18. Tomato paste
  19. Garam masala
  20. Kasuri methi

Directions:

Soak soya chunks. 

Boil the soya chunks for 10 minutes. Strain the soya chunks and let them come to room temperature. 

Blend the soy chunks coarsely and keep aside.  

Steam the raw banana, potato, and yam. 

Mash the raw banana, potato, and yam. Add coarsely blended soya chunks, rice flour, besan, cumin powder, black salt, chat masala, green chili paste, and salt, and mix well. 

Mold the mixture into the shape of fish. You can be extra and make a hole in it. Dust some corn flour on it and coat it properly from all sides. It’s very delicate. So handle it with care.

Shallow fry it in some vegetable oil.

In a pan, heat some oil. Add cumin seeds, and saute it for 1-2 minutes. Add chopped onions and saute till golden brown. 

Add chopped tomatoes. Add ginger garlic paste and green chili paste and fry for a few minutes. 

Then add turmeric powder, garam masala, red chili powder, cumin powder, and coriander seed powder. 

Add some water and boil it. 

Add Kasuri methi and cook it for 5-6 minutes.

Add vegan fish pieces. Give it a stir and turn off the heat.

– Recipe by Sana Shaikh (Instagram: The Rainbow Bite)

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