Fishvish – This is how we do it

The Fishvish Home The shared passion for non-vegetarian food, especially seafood, led to the creation of Fishvish by three guys – Shumu (center), KK (left) and yours truly, Bijal (right). The Founders Three We have spent the better part of 4 years now travelling all over India, identifying the various types of regional favourites, export houses in these regions that process these fishes and tying up cold chain logistic loose ends. It’s been a long road that is coming to fruition now with a largish seafood variety on offer already…

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Prawns & Panna Cotta

This was my attempt at making Brent Owens‘, as it turns out, incredibly delicious Thai Red Prawns with Coconut Lemongrass Panna Cotta. Only difference was I played with quantities a little since I was only cooking for 2 whereas the original recipe is set for 4 serves. Thanks Brent & MasterChef Australia! I have been attempting recipes for the longest time but have only recently worked out a little prep process. Get all the ingredients out first, then measure them all out and have them ready to go as you…

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Proof of the (Seafood) Pudding

When you’re exploring the big, blue world of seafood as maniacally as I am, and you’re revelling in it as much as a dolphin in water (I’ve always thought of them as smiling all the time), you want to imagine outside of the square; think of it as extending the diameter to encompass as much thrill and what-may-at-first-be weirdness. Let’s go beyond the fish appetizer, seafood consommé, crustacean main, and talk about dessert. Yes, dessert. More specifically, seafood dessert. Okay, now we know what the elephant in the (cyber?) room…

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Seafood Teppanyaki in Phuket

We’d spent the day snorkeling and sun bathing on Phi Phi and a couple of other beaches and were pretty knackered by the time we got back to the hotel. Kabuki was just downstairs so it was an easy decision for dinner. Plus we were celebrating Anjali and Vipuls’ 20th anniversary. It’d been a while since I’d had teppanyaki and it was Pooja’s first time. We were really looking forward to it. Anaya, our niece, was not a happy camper as she had had it up to her gills with…

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Fried Seafood, The Call Of The Season

Its official, the rains are finally here and so starts the official frying season in our country. From the classic garma-garam pakodas and chai combination to the piping hot samosas, we all crave fthat something fried in this weather. While we instinctively reach out for our tried and tested monsoon nibbles, it may be fun to give these 8 interesting fried seafood recipes a shot, you never know, you may discover a new favourite. In this seafood journey, you would also realise how a simple fish fry differs from region…

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