Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab Recipe

August 16, 2011
(Last Updated On: May 13, 2013)

How to cook Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab

Kebab also known as kabab, kebob, or kabob is a wide variety of meat dishes originating in Persia and later on adopted by the Middle East and Asia Minor, and now found worldwide.

There are many variants of kebab like beaf kebab, mutton kebab, chicken kebab, vegetable kebab and this fish kebab.  In Southeast Asia fish kebab is very famous.  Fish kebab is very spicy and a delicious recipe.  Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab Recipe is an easy to make dish, ready just in 15-20 minutes.

This Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab Recipe is best served hot with garlic rice, tomato ketchup or steak sauce and salad.

malasugi swordfish kebab recipe

Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab Ingredients:

  • 1/2 kilo fish Malusugi or Swordfish (you can also use halibut or salmon)
  • 2 tbps olive oil or just plain cooking oil
  • 1 pc. lemon
  • 6 pcs medium sized tomato
  • 4 pcs small sized bell pepper
  • 4 pcs small sized onions or shalots
  • Salt to taste
  • 10 pcs wooden skewers
  • 1 tsp. crushed black pepper

Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab Cooking Instructions:

malasugi swordfish kebab recipe

  • Wash and skin fish. Cut fish, bell pepper, tomatoes, onions into skewer able pieces of about 40 mm.
  • Thread fish pieces, bell pepper, tomatoes, onions on skewers.
  • Put salt, black pepper and olive oil onto the skewed kebab.
  • Spray the grill lightly with olive oil and place the fish kebab on the stove top grill.
  • Cook for 5-6 minutes each sides or until the fish flakes easily with a fork.
  • Fish kebab is ready to serve. Garnish by thinly sliced lemon.
  • Serve hot with garlic rice, with tomato ketchup or steak sauce.

Ready to serve Malasugi ( Swordfish ) Kebab

malasugi swordfish kebab


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