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Madras fish curry

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Andhra Spicy Fish Curry Recipe / Andhra Chepala Pulusu Recipe - Yummy Tummy

I have been looking for a spicy, tangy, red fish curry recipe with no coconut. Finally i got one, this is a andhra recipe, it uses lots of oil, lots of tamarind and lets not miss lots of chilli powder. This fiery fish curry is perfect with hot rice. Delicious and my mouth is watering...Read More

Karnataka Style Mackerel Fry | Bangada Fry | Rava Fish Fry | Kurryleaves

Karnataka style semolina coated Mackerel fry.

KERALA SPICY FISH CURRY - SPICY MACKEREL / AYALA CURRY

KERALA RECIPES / MACKEREL FISH CURRY Malabar style fish curry or Kerala red spicy fish curry is a spicy fish curry recipe which is usually paired with steamed rice. We Malayalees are very fond of Chorum meen mulakittathum. Especially Mackerel or Ayala mulakittath is one of the favorite fish curry recipes for every Keralites. As rice and fish is a staple food in Kerala, this dish with fish is very popular among Keralites and now among tourists who love this God's own country, Kerala. Fish…

Nellore Fish Curry - How to make Andhra Mango fish Curry - Foodvedam

Andhra(Nellore) style Tangy and tasty fish curry made with sour unripe mango.

ANCHOVY FRY KERALA STYLE - Anto's Kitchen

Anchovy fry also known as Nethili fry or Netholi fry or Podimeen fry is a quick and delicious South Indian side dish for rice varieties in 20 minutes. Smart Cooking Tips: 1. Make sure to trim off the anchovy head, tail and clean properly before marinating. 2. If you are using frozen anchovy like me, make sure... Read More »

Spicy King Fish Curry with Coconut and Tamarind

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This easy Kingfish (seer or surmai) Curry with Coconut and Tamarind makes for a great weeknight dinner. Its spicy, tangy and ready in 30 minutes!

Red Fish Curry — Meen Vevichathu

It’s a beautiful bright morning with golden ribbons of sunshine streaming through the window filling the room with light, warmth and happiness. Enjoying a cup of tea, and a good few minutes lost in excitement of the upcoming family wedding, and thoughts drifting to pastel, floaty dresses, country charms and rain puddles, and lingering so, suddenly, I was in a mood to connect. I was missing home—it’s been a while—and my mind was filled with a multitude of beautiful images and memories from…

Alleppey Fish Curry

Alleppey Fish Curry is a Kerala Style spicy Fish Curry which is slightly tangy due to the use of raw mangoes or Tamarind.

Pabda Macher Tel Jhaal | Pabda Jhol | Bengali Fish Curry | Pabda Curry - Scratching Canvas

Pabda Macher Jhol or Pabda Tel Jhaal is Bengali fish curry with No Onion No Garlic. Mildly spicy, flavoured with ginger, cumin seeds & fresh coriander.

A Homemaker's Diary: Khayra Macher Jhal (Bengali Style Small Fish in Spicy Mustard Gravy)

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Andhra Spicy Fish Curry Recipe / Andhra Chepala Pulusu Recipe - Yummy Tummy

I have been looking for a spicy, tangy, red fish curry recipe with no coconut. Finally i got one, this is a andhra recipe, it uses lots of oil, lots of tamarind and lets not miss lots of chilli powder. This fiery fish curry is perfect with hot rice. Delicious and my mouth is watering...Read More

Fish mango curry

(Kerala style fish mango (meen manga curry) curry.Fish cooked in a coconut milk based gravy with mangoes)

A Homemaker's Diary: Dimer Dalna/Jhol (Bengali style Egg curry with potato)

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Kerala Prawn and Drumstick Curry — Chemmeen Muringakka Curry

It’s a shame that I’m not able to post here regularly. These days I’m all over the place, and invariably end up tight for time. That’s just why I haven’t been able to visit your lovely spaces, to be inspired by what’s cooking in your kitchen. Sorry guys—but I promise to there soon. I’ve also been hoping, in vain, to work towards at least two posts per week. But even such a modest figure seems quite ambitious now, ah. Frankly, a lot of times, I find it challenging to meet my own expectations…