To ensure that your pasta absorbs the flavour of the sauce, toss the cooked pasta immediately after draining the water. Cooked pasta absorbs flavour best when hot.
Fish Kabab Pulav
2 cups Rice (preferably Basmati)
4 tblsps Red chilli powder
2 Bay leaves
2 tsps cumin powder
2 Powdered cloves
5 cups Water
½ teaspoon Ginger paste
1 big Onion
¼ tsp Cinnamon powder
Salt to taste
5 nos Fried Fish (Kababs or cutlets)
Wash and soak the rice for 15 minutes. Heat oil in a pan and saute the sliced onions along with bay leaf till onion browns. Add water, rice, spices, ginger paste, red chilli powder and salt and cook on a medium fire until tender and water is absorbed
Remove from the fire. Put fried fish kababs on top and cover the vessel so that the kababs become a little soft
GOOD TO KNOW
Seafood is a great source of protein, iron and zinc — crucial nutrients for baby’s growth and development.
Fish is an excellent source of DHA – the fat that’s known to promote your baby’s brain power
Not all fish is safe! Large predatory fish like Shark, swordfish, king mackerel, fresh tuna, tilefish, mahi mahi, grouper contain high levels of mercury which can damage your baby’s developing brain and nervous system.
A diet rich in fish can help improve heart health by reducing blood clotting and lowering blood pressure.
You can safely eat (but do be sure not to go overboard) Wild salmon, shrimp, herring, catfish, halibut, cod and trout