Spicy Fish Fry ( South Indian )

#1 Aug 2nd, 2005, 12:12
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Ingredients

Any fish in full or sliced
Chilli Powder
Coriander Powder
Salt
Lime
One large onion

Masala

Mix Chilli Powder, Salt, Coriander Powder with lime juice to make a paste.
Add more lime juice to achieve the consistency of a loose paste.

Procedure

1. Apply the masala to the surface of the fish and leave it for 1 hour.
2. Place Flat pan ( tava ) on stove and add 2 spoons of oil
3. As soon as the pan gets hot, drop the pieces of fish on it
4. Add more oil, if the pieces seem to get stuck to the pan. Fry for 5
minutes.
5. Reverse the direction of the fish / slices and leave for another 5
minutes

Note ( In these 10 minutes, the fish must be sufficiently cooked ). All the extra masala, if any is left over, can be added on top of the fish / slice,
while it is getting fried.

6. Remove fish and place on a plate.
7. Garnish with Onions chopped in the shape of rings and a slice of lime.
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#2 Nov 1st, 2010, 14:17
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yummy
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Quote:
Originally Posted by arya4ever View Post yummy
I second that!

In coastal Maharashtra, turmeric powder is added [haldi], then it is dipped in rice flour then fried to give a crispy texture.

In Kerala, some places they marinate the fish also in ginger garlic paste and then fry it.

Wonder how the Bengalis do fish fry.
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Yes! Yummy.

Here are couple of recipes from south India (AP).

K i n g .. M a c k e r e l .. F i s h .. F r y (also known as Seer Fish, Surmai (सुरमई) in Marathi, Vanjaram in Telugu, NeiMeen (நெய்மீன்) in Tamil, Aykkoora in Malayalam, Arkoli in Kannada).

C h a r c o a l .. G r i l l e d .. P o m f r e t .. F i s h.

King Mackerel Fry:


Grilled Pomfret:
#5 Nov 2nd, 2010, 19:50
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Double yummmm, RWe. That goes for Andhra food in general especially their chutnies.
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reminds me off karimeen

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