Chick-pea fish with mango and chilli salsa

Chickpeas Fischli's Healthy Nibbling GourmetGuerilla.de The common chickpea fish lizards usually live in larger, crispy family swarms in German living-room waters. The appetizing coloring of the cute fish-lice ranges from light-beige to golden-brown, but can also assume darker tones in adult specimens in the area of ​​the caudal fin. The habitat of the Fischli population is unencumbered and primitive, thus providing optimal conditions for healthy reproduction. In recent years, it has even discovered three new subspecies: black sesame-fish, white-sesame-fish-fish and sea-salt-Fischlis have found their way into Germany's nibble biotopes. Experts expect to be able to explore even more interesting varieties in the near future.

Chick-pea fish with mango and chilli salsa

The main source of fish is a special blend of aromatic plants and herbs. Fischlis often take twice their body weight from this so-called mango salsa. To do this they dive deep into cavities such as Clam shells, where their food is effectively collected. If chick-pea fish is to be kept at home, it is recommended to prepare enough special feed according to the following recipe:

Mango-chilli-salsa
1/2 mango , 4 cm snake cucumber , 1/4 red pepper, 1 Thai chili pepper and Cut 1 small onion into small cubes. 2 cm of grated fresh ginger , 1/2 cup chopped chives , 1/2 tsp salt, 2 teaspoons lime juice and 2 tbsp Mix creme fraiche . Serve in a dip bowl.

Chick-pea fish with mango and chilli salsa

Chick-pea fish liz are very tasty, very wholesome and especially suitable for a low carbohydrate food, the so-called slow-carb diet.

Rearing the cute little animals is easy even for beginners:

Chick-pea fish with mango and chilli salsa       Chick-pea fish with mango and chilli salsa

Tall chickpea fishlis occasionally leave their flock and make a career as a greeting from the kitchen: