How to make Mira fish, one of the common fish species in the Mediterranean Sea, its presence is concentrated in both oceans:
Pacific and Indian, found mainly in subtropics, after the gathering of gravel and coral reefs.
It is about forty centimeters in length, at its largest, but it is common to approach twenty-five centimeters in most fish.
These fish mainly eat juvenile fish, shrimp, or shrimp, as well as shell larvae.
It is really interesting about the Mira, the reliance on it to catch major fish species, as it is used as bait.
Information about the Almira fish
This fish is considered one of the most delicious and delicious seafood; Because of its distinctive and unique taste.
Mira is found floating in the seas, floating most of the time.
Mira fish weighs about a kilo, on average.
It is distinguished by its excellent speed and remarkable strength while moving in the water; Therefore, fishermen resort to pulling fish very quickly, while catching them. For easy escape and quick escape; The jog will be moving toward the clouds, which helps it to escape.
- A kilo of fresh Mira fish.
- Two tablespoons of fish spices.
- One and a half tablespoon of white table salt.
- A tablespoon of ground cumin.
- A tablespoon of ground coriander.
- Dill bunch on chopped green coriander.
- Abundant oil for frying.
- Two cups of flour.
- Five cloves of fasting chopped.
how to prepare
- The fish kernels are cleaned, by opening the abdomen, eviscerating them, and by cleaning the head well.
- Wash the fish with plentiful water, lemon, and flour.
- Mira fish spices are mixed with coriander, cumin, chopped garlic, and table salt, to form a mixture to season the Mira kernels, and put half the amount of green with them.
- Fill the belly of the fish kernels with the previous mixture, and massage it well.
- Then, the fish kernels are placed in the flour and covered on both sides with it.
- Later, the oil is well heated, and the fish is placed in it, stirring occasionally, over relatively low heat.
- After the fish is fully ripened, remove the fish from the oil, sprinkle it with the remaining greenery, and with bliss.