Fish 65 – Deep Fried Fish 65 recipe with step wise pictures – How to make spicy Fish 65 – South Indian 65 recipes – Easy Fish 65 recipe- Easy Starters – is an appetizer or starter made with fleshy fish meat coated with spice mix deep fried to golden. Serve it as a starter for any meal or as…
I got this recipe from one of the Tamil website. i tried it and thought to share with u. try, taste and give your comments. i know its very delicious curry and everyone loves it.
Clean the 1/2 kg fish and mix the above said masalas and keep it aside for 2hour
Chilli powder 1.5 tablespoon
coriander powder 2 tablespoon
Turmeric powder 1 teaspoon
Cumin powder 1 teaspoon
Chopped small onions 1 cup
Chopped tomatoes 1 cup
Chopped Green chillies 4
Chopped Garlic 2 tablespoon
Mustard seeds 1 teaspoon
Fennugreek 1 teaspoon
Tamarind Juice 1 cup
Take 1/4 cup of gingelly oil in a hot pan and add mustard and fennugreek seeds and make them sputter.
This recipe is very simple and can prepare quickly. I'm sure you would love the taste. If you are preparing for kids, you can reduce chili powder or need not put at all.
Anchovies are called Nethili in Tamil. These are tini tiny fishes edible both in fresh and dried form. The dried ones are called Nethili Karuvaadu, which I've used for this recipe, coated with masala and pan fried until crisp.
Fresh Anchovies can be found in regular grocery markets under tinned foods packed with salt and preservatives. These can be used for kuzhambu preparations.
Simple fish varuval (shallow fry) with lemony flavour using fresh water Lake Trout. This is just like any other fish varuval and just sharing to let you know that this fish is quite edible in Indian style and taste similar to Salmon. Moreover want to add on all these fish varieties to my recipe database.
This kind of fish kuzhambu is generally made in nagercoil (Kanyakumari district) …
Silver Pomfret / Vavval, is a great fish for grilling or baking. Preparation takes less time, low calorie, healthy Indian appetizer to make any family meal sizzle.
Term Tandoori calls for use of a traditional tandoor oven or clay oven. Simple kumpati (kumbati / mann aduppu) which are popular in Indian kitchens can be used for grilling these to get smoky flavour. For those who live abroad with conventional ovens can use broil setting to get little bit of the smoky flavour. I did little bit of baking and then broiled to darken the sides.