Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Fish Vindhaloo


Ingredients:
  • Fish ½ kg
  • Chilly pdr 1½ Tsp
  • Turmeric pdr ¼ Tsp
  • Garam masala ¼ Tsp
  • Pepper pdr ½ Tsp
  • Fenugreek seed  ½ Tsp
  • Saunf  ½ Tsp
  • Garlic 6 pods
  • Salt
  • Thick coconut milk ½ cup
  • Semi thick coconut milk 1½ cup
  • Onion 2
  • Chilly 3
  • Tomato 5
  • Sugar  ½ Tsp
  • Vinegar 1 Tsp
  • Corriandr leaves


Clean and cut the fish into medium pieces. Grind the ingredients from chilly pdr to salt. Marinate the fish with half of the grounded spice mix for half an hour.  Then shallow fry and keep it aside. Heat oil in a pan and saute onion and chilly. Grind the tomato into a thick paste without water and pour into it and saute it well. Allow it to boil well and pour the semi thick coconut milk and put the shallow fried fish. When the gravy becomes thick, pour the thick coconut milk. Heat it for a couple of mins and remove it from fire. Finally add the sugar, vinegar and coriander leaves.


[Recipe Courtesy: Vanitha]

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33 comments:

  1. beautiful curry.love the pot:)

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  2. Have heard mutton vindaloo.. First time hearing this... Just love it...

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  3. Spicy n yummy fish curry looks so delicious...

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  4. Yummy fish curry....looks absolutely delicious.

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  5. One of my all time favorites. Requesting you to post some mouthwatering, delectable prawns dishes pls!

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  6. Hi Tina... good to follow you... thanks for stopping by at my blog... your clicks look very tempting..

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  7. very tempting fish curry teena

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  8. Yum. ...very tempting ..lovely pics

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  9. Wow tina,drooling here..adipoli recipe,kothiyavunnu

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  10. thats an interesting recipe, never thought of making a vindaloo with fish

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  12. What a capture that is ! I loved the composition especially in the first click..truly a very innovative idea Teena.Nice recipe..

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  13. wow wow...kanditu kothiyavunne..

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  14. Slurp,mouthwatering here..seriously cant take my eyes from ur clicks..

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  15. thanks for the recipe Tina, when I saw the recipe, i went out and bought neymeen and came back.... and Iam going to make this for dinner tonight..

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  16. Awesome recipe Tina..Looks yummmm

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  17. Tina, I never tried vindaloo with fish...really this looks awesome...will try it asap.

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  18. Nalla moru kachuyuthu, choru and this fish vindaloo: kothiavunnu!! :D

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  19. Thanks for dropping by my blog! This fish curry looks amazing..very mouthwatering...some wonderful clicks too!

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  20. fabulous recipe... looks delicious..

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  21. never heard abt fish vindaloo.. looks delicious... loved the first click too

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  22. Looks delicious fish curry...

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  23. this looks delicious! I love fish recipes and I would love to try it!


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  24. wow!! drooling over the image itself.

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  25. Wow!!! this dish vindaloo is my favorite and this looks too yummy :)awesome .Will surely join your blog,you have a lovely Blog:)

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  26. i tried this and its superb dear....when to add the remaining part of grounded masala? i added after tomato juice...very nice taste

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