Drunken Fish

Sometimes I like my dinner or any of my main meal to be completely different. Today I got some Bekti fillet and my day was made. I was infact overjoyed because Bekti is one of my favourite fish. Being boneless in general the fish is a fish lovers delight as lot of dishes can be made. I immediately decided that tonight I will have drunken fish and tomorrow fish pan fried in banana leaves.

Course – Main meal

Cuisine – Indian

Author – Madhu’s Kitchen

Difficulty level – Easy

Serves -2 people

Preparation time -2hrs 10 mins, Cooking time-15 mins


500 gms fish fillet ( I chose Bekti)

100 ml white wine

10-12 green olives

Few Basil leaves

2-3 garlic cloves chopped

Spring onions chopped

Black pepper powder

Salt as per taste


Chop the spring onions, garlic cloves. In a bowl add white wine, chopped spring onions, chopped garlic cloves, olives, basil leaves chopped, salt and pepper and mix well. Add the fish pieces to the mix and set aside for 2 hours. In a steamer add the fish pieces and steam one side for 8 mins and flip the sides to steam for 4 mins. Your drunken fish is ready to be enjoyed with a glass of white wine

Drunken Fish 😊

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