Some Facts on Indian Mackerel:
- The Indian mackerel is generally found in shallow, coastal waters, where the surface water temperature is at least 17 °C (63 °F).
- Indian mackerel reach a maximum fork length of 35 centimetres (14 in), but are generally around 25 centimetres (9.8 in) in length.
- Adults of this species are found in coastal bays, harbours and deep lagoons. They are commonly found in turbid waters rich in plankton.
- Adult Indian mackerel feed on macroplankton including the larvae of shrimp and fish.
- It is widely found in the Tamil Nadu and Karnataka coastal belt and very popular fish food in Kudla (Mangalore) in India.
For the marinade, I made a fresh paste and included the paste with a variant of mix spice powder/garam masala; the paste made of two robust ingredients (both in terms of flavour and health benefits), blended with another ingredient for flavour – the three ingredients make the marinade paste extremely awesome in flavor, overpowering the flavour of the spice powder – which does blend very well in the marinade paste giving an overall richness to the flavour of the marinade.
Robust Indian Mackerel Fries – Marinade Recipe:
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Mackerel Fries – RECIPES