And then again it may be me (and my not superlative camera skills) at work here.
So if you're all about food porn, chances are you'll look and pass.
And therein my friend you'll be committing a grave error of judgment.
Especially, if you love seafood.
And here is why.
Imagine a fish that is smothered in a fresh green chutney with all these fabulous aromatic and delicious ingredients; coconut, fresh ginger root, garlic, Thai chillies , cumin, coriander, cilantro leaves, mint leaves, peanuts & tamarind paste.
Wrapped up in oil basted banana leaves and baked in a hot oven.
Not only is this dish uber healthy, the end result will have you forgetting all about the health and zero in on the burst of awesome flavors.
And for all of you food history buffs out there, this dish is one of the hallmarks of Parsi cuisine - influenced by the fine blend of Gujarati and Persian cooking.
Parsis are a community of Zoroastrians found throughout South Asia. Though they descend from Persia, they ethnically distinct from Iranians and made their home in the western borders of South Asia (Gujarat and Sindh in India) somewhere during the 10th century.
Mumbai is home to a large Parsi community and if you've ever been to a Parsi navjot or wedding, you'll see that no Parsi celebration is without their beloved Patrani Machi.
But you don't have to been a Parsi to fall in love with a dish as flavorful and refreshing.
It's good eats, my friend!