Grilled seer fish with capers and tropical vegetables

For Indians, especially those from the southern states, fish is always the favorite side dish - fried, roasted, steamed, boiled...we cook them in many ways. Ever tried grilling it? No, we are not talking about the spicy brownish version. Try our recipe, sans marinating, to save time.

A good source of Omega 3 fatty acids, seer fish or the Indo-Pacific king mackerel is a healthy choice. To get the best out of it, it is advised to go for a healthier, grilled version which uses less oil. To make it even more appetizing, serve them with a tint of mustard sauce with delicious capers and some grilled tropical vegetables.

2 pieces of seer fish
2 tbsp capers
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp chopped garlic
2 tbsp chopped onions
1 tbsp chopped parsley leaves
1/2 tsp pepper powder
4 slices of snake gourd
4 slices of cucumber
4 pieces of long beans
4 slices of yellow pumpkin
4 slices of carrots
1 potato, cooked and sliced
1 tsp butter
2 tsp mustard sauce
2 tsp lemon juice
Salt as required

Heat a pan and spread olive oil in it
Add garlic, onion and parsley leaves
Add some capers also to the pan and saute well
Now add the seer fish pieces and shallow fry both the sides
Add some more olive oil
Season it with salt and pepper
Pour the spice mix over the fish pieces using a spoon
Baste it for 3 minutes
Meanwhile, heat butter in another pan
Add some chopped onions, garlic, salt, and pepper powder
Add potato slices to the pan and mix well
Fry it for 2 minutes
Place them on a serving plate
Saute the remaining vegetables in the same pan
Add some water and allow it to cook lightly
Season it with salt and pepper
Place them over the potato slices
Place the seer fish slices on top of it
Deglaze the pan by adding some water and heating it
Add some mustard sauce, capers, parsley, and lemon juice to it
Pour this sauce over the grilled fish and serve

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