Aug 5, 2011

Keralan Fish Fry

Keralan Fish Fry
Hope you all are getting ready to enjoy your weekends..For me this weekend is going to be a energetic and satisfied one,because tomorrow we have a function in our office and we have planned to open a food stall over there..We are going to keep all kinds of yummy stuffs and the money from that is going to a local charity(really a happy one right!!)..I am really excited about that and i am busy preparing yummy brownies for that stall...Will post all the pictures of that tomorrow..so wait for that..

Now coming back to today’s recipe.....Fish is one of the staple food in kerala and they like to fry their fish a lot...This recipe is one of the typical keralan dish...I used coconut oil to fry the fish like the keralan do..but you can use any oil as you like.. Hope you all will give this a try and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

Seer Fish Steaks( Any Fish fillets)- 4 piece
Coconut oil-5 tblspn

First Marinate:

Turmeric powder-1 tsp
Lemon juice-2 tsp
Salt –1 tsp

Second Marinate:

Red chilli powder-1 tblspn
Ginger Garlic Paste-1 tblspn
Coriander powder-1 tblspn
Pepper-1 tsp
Salt to taste
Lemon juice-2 tblspn

Method:

Take the fish fillets and marinate it with salt,turmeric and lemon juice.

In a mixing bowl mix chilli powder,coriander powder,ginger garlic paste,pepper,salt and lemon juice together and form a thick paste..If it is too thick you can add a little water to this..

Now apply this paste to the marinating fish fillets and let it rest for 30 min.

Heat coconut oil in a tawa and fry the fish on both sides till golden and completely cooked through.

Garnish it with onion rings and lemon juice..

Serve with rice..

Pictorial:

All ur ingrediants for fish

Marinate fish in salt,turmeric and lemon juice

mix all other ingrediants given in second marinate list...Squeeze in some lemon juice and mix well...
Apply this to fish fillets

Fry in oil on one side till it feels cooked

Flip it and cook on other side too...

Done..

SERVE

Looks yummy right...

30 comments:

  1. I really love the sound of this, i adore fish and with all my favourite spices it has to be good. Thanks I have bookmarked this. Diane

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  2. fish fry looks so tempting...

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  3. Really lovely flavors here, the fish looks SO delicious I can almost taste it!
    Mary

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  4. Love it. Looks so spicy and inviting...

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  5. Look really nice and i would like to taste a little bit...

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  6. Let's see if I can find all the spices.Sure when I look at it would like to try:)

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  7. Thank you so much for visiting my blog recently.

    You look like you are a master at cooking. And after you mentioning that you made some brownies, you're making me hungry for some!

    I hope you have a lovely weekend!
    Heidi (hi-d)

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  8. SOU MAIS PEIXE QUE CARNE.
    E ADOREI A TUA SUGESTÃO, O PEIXE FICOU 5*.
    BOM FIM DE SEMANA
    BJS

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  9. I just love the recipes you post Aarthi. They're so unique and look so delicious. I will definitely add this to my "make list".
    In fact I was humbly just nominated for the "One Lovely Blog Award" and I had to nominate you for it as well. You are welcome to stop by my latest post to see my toast to you and your blog - you can find it here. http://www.thebutterdish.net/2011/08/a-lovely-blog-award-and-7-facts-about-me/
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  10. I love fish very much, but doesnt like fried fish. but this looks great and i am going to try it.bookmarked.

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  11. What a delicious fish recipe! The coconut oil must add such a nice tropical flavor.

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  12. I am a fish lover, i must try this recipe. Turmeric, corriender sound great to me:)

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  13. Good to see your authentic recipes out here..Nice fish fry..But being from Kerala, just thought would tell you it's not Keralan but known as Keralite or Malayalee.. :)

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  14. Hi! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. You have some wonderful recipes here and this fish looks delicious with all the spices. I've never fried fish in coconut oil before, but will definitely give it a try!

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  15. Yum! This really looks so delicious!!! Hope you are having a lovely weekend!

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  16. first time here...attracted to this recipe.looks yummy!!

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  17. very nice pictures and looks very yummy too...love ur space

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  18. My masala comes apart while frying. how to avoid this?

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  19. @Anonymous Fry it on low flame with very little oil, so your masala will not come out

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  20. SSSSSSSS....MOUTH WATERING ARTHI....
    I'M A FOOD LOVER... THANKS FOR THE DISH..
    KEEP RESEARCHING NEW ONES..

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  21. Hi I love fish and am looking at healthier options. ..I know nothing beats the taste of fried fish....but can we grill this

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  22. Today I have tried this came out very well. Thanks Aarthi

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  23. Today I have tried this came out very well. Thanks Aarthi

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  24. I have tried this recipe today. It came out very well. Thanks Aarthi

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  25. You dont need coriander powder to fry in kerala style. Just marinate in using turmeric and salt. Then use just chilly and fish masala if needeed. Thats all. Tats how we make it in kera to fry a fish.

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