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Fish in Green Masala

  • Non Veg
  • 1 hr
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



Fish in India is marinated in all kinds of different ingredients. This dish is true to its name, and the green masala used for marinating it is a mixture of different green chilies, coriander leaves and a wide variety of spices. The dish is best served fresh and steamed. The flavors will go and burst inside your mouth, creating a fondness for the dish inside your brain. Those who have tried the dish sing praises of the delicious mixture, and how well the dish presents a variety of tastes in one plate.

Health Benefits

Fish with green masala can be particularly healthy for your body, since it contains a mixture of both fish and green masala. Fish or seafood in general is found to be high on omega 3 fatty acids, which can help reduce the risk of heart diseases on your body. Moreover, these fatty acids also save you from cancer and arthritis in the longer run.

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How to Make Fish in Green Masala

  1. Prepare all the ingredients and grind them together.
  2. Prepare a plate of plantain leaf and grease it properly. Once the plate has been greased, apply some masala on it, at the centre.
  3. Coat pieces of filleted fish one by one with the masala. Place all pieces of filleted fish over the masala and cover the fish with it.
  4. Wrap the fish inside the leaf and tie the thread properly.
  5. Once the thread has been tied, steam the final product.
  6. Take the leaf with the fish out, and serve hot.


  • Since the mouth of a fish is not attached to its skull, many fishes can shoot their mouth forward to catch a startled prey. The mouth works like a spring in such cases.
  • Sharks are the only fishes in the sea with eyelids. All other fishes do not have eye lids on them.
  • Most fishes have taste buds located all across their body.


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