Curry Flavoured Sweet & Sour Sprats

The sourness will get your appetite going.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)
Serves 2 Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Sprats 300g
Rice flour as required
Salt & pepper as required
Vegetable oil for frying as required
Carrot 1
Celery 1
Seasonings:
Soy sauce 1 tbsp
Vinegar 100ml
Light brown sugar 3 tbsp
Curry powder 2 tsp

Method

1
Cut the heads and tails off the sprats and clean out the insides before washing and patting dry.
2
Make thin strips from the carrot and finely slice the celery diagonally.
3
Mix all the ingredients for the seasonings in a bowl. Add the vegetables from Step 2 and mix.
4
Dredge the sprats with the flour, salt & pepper and deep fry until crispy. Immediately put into the sauce at Step 3 and allow to soak.

Tips & Note

●If you can, marinate the dish overnight or for one hour for the sprats to absorb the liquid.
●You can use radish or mild onions instead of celery.
●This tastes good even without the curry powder.

Curry Flavoured Sweet & Sour Sprats

The sourness will get your appetite going.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)

Serves 2

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Sprats 300g
Rice flour as required
Salt & pepper as required
Vegetable oil for frying as required
Carrot 1
Celery 1
Seasonings:
Soy sauce 1 tbsp
Vinegar 100ml
Light brown sugar 3 tbsp
Curry powder 2 tsp

Curry Flavoured Sweet & Sour Sprats

Recipe ID :1195 Posted on 14 OCT 2015

Serves 2

Cook 30min
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The sourness will get your appetite going.

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300g
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100ml
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Method

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30min
1
Cut the heads and tails off the sprats and clean out the insides before washing and patting dry.
2
Make thin strips from the carrot and finely slice the celery diagonally.
3
Mix all the ingredients for the seasonings in a bowl. Add the vegetables from Step 2 and mix.
4
Dredge the sprats with the flour, salt & pepper and deep fry until crispy. Immediately put into the sauce at Step 3 and allow to soak.

Tips & Note

●If you can, marinate the dish overnight or for one hour for the sprats to absorb the liquid.
●You can use radish or mild onions instead of celery.
●This tastes good even without the curry powder.

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