All you need to know about the fish : Choosing good quality fish is simple when you comprehend what to search for. A basic assessment of fish choices at your nearby supermarket or fish market will disclose to you whether the fish is pre-frozen or fresh; taken care of appropriately or inappropriately; unhealthy or healthy. We either purchase appropriately treated fish, or we don’t purchase fish by any means. This is what you have to know for your next fish shopping trip.
Brilliant red gills/splendid pink or red on a fish means its fresh. A dull shading is an old fish. The red colour is regularly applied to the gills to show up fresh, so be careful.
The speediest method to tell if a fish is fresh or not is through its eyes. They ought to be splendid, clear, and stout as though the students are brimming with life. On the off chance that the eyes look indented and dim then it must be an indication that the fish has been there for a really long time.
Does the fish smell fresh and clean, or does it emit a foul odour? A decent fish must smell briny like it is crisp off the ocean. Something else, in the event that you’ve recognized any surprising aroma then the fish has most likely began to decay.
A gleaming, metallic scale is a decent sign that the fish is fresh and a good catch. Yet, to truly test its freshness, you should run off your hands through its scales and watch if they easily fall off. On the off chance that the scales are not as firm as it ought to be, you should search for another fish.
Your fish must spring back to its unique shape after it’s delicately squeezed. In the event that the substance is excessively delicate and somewhat sinks through your finger, the fish should now be turning awful.
Tails and fins:
The tails and fins can likewise show whether the fish is crisp or not. These parts are normally the first to break when the entire fish is inappropriately taken care of. Removed, dried, and weak tails and fins should make you think if the fish is still useful for cooking.
Tamil- Nethili, Thogai, Meen,Nethai
Kannada- Bolingei, Kollathuru
Malayalam- Nethili, Kozhuva
Other-Phansa(bengali) purasa, Dinasi, Motyala ,Onaga
Barracuda, Sea Pike
Malayalam- Neduva, Koduva, Cheela, Thiruthakkadian, Sheelavu, Thinda
Tamil- Sheela, Ooli Meen, Pilinjan, Cheela, Goli, Gola, Oozha, Seela
Kannada- Obantol, Kanaki
Hindi/ Marati- Ghalse, Badvi, Badri, Jaban Tal
Arabic-Al Gidd, Agam, Al Kebeer, Sabaat
Malayalam- Vatta, Kuluvel, Oyupara, Maduthala
Hindi/ Marati- Shitap
Malayalam- Valia Etta, Etta, Kaari, Mushi, Thendu Kadu
Tamil-Kelluthi, Mandai, Kaleru, Irung Keletee, Kellettee, Keliru
Telugu-Nelalu, Walaga, Tedi Jella
Kannada- Thede, Walshingala, Walshingti
Hindi/ Marati- Tisrya, Shimplya, Nal Shingala
Arabic-Chim Khen, Kumal
Hindi/ Marati- Bombil, Bummalo
Malayalam- Kakka, Eninthti
Tamil-Chippi, Kilingal, Vaazhi, Vazhukkumatti