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Kerala style King fish curry made with Kodampuli or¬†Gambodge or Malabar Tamarind. I’m enjoying this Summer with my parents and making every moment memorable. The best part is that when I’m back from work, dinner will be ready on the dining table: this happens only if my mom is with me. Today, she made this finger licking Kerala style fish curry along...

Salmon and Peas mixed in a yogurt gravy… I’m glad that Summer is still active, had a relaxing short vacation at Tobermory last weekend. And we are having a long weekend. I couldn’t be any happier. I’d made this Salmon and Peas a few weeks ago and had been thinking of posting the recipe. So here you go… Save Print Salmon and Peas...

Fish cooked in curry leaves gravy, aromatic and green fish curry… Curry leaves are unavoidable in South Indian cooking, they impart an incredible aroma and taste to any dish. A sprig of curry leaves are added while cooking almost all veggie and fish dishes. It’s also added into the oil for tempering along with mustard seeds and dry red chilies, as it...

South Indian style Fish curry made with gun powder… Gun powder is a South Indian ground spice made by roasting dals or lentils along with whole dry red chilies, fenugreek seeds, mustard seeds and a few other ingredients and then ground into fine powder. This ground spice is also called Idli podi and is usually mixed with oil and served with Idli or Dosa. This...

Shallow fried fish submerged in creamy coconut and tomato gravy, absolutely delicious… Every time I cook with fish, I try to make it differently. I’ve already shared the recipe for making so many different kind of fish curries. Fish is a staple food for non-vegetarians in Kerala. My family being a hard core non-vegetarians, either fish or meat will be...

Fish cooked in tomato and coconut gravy, mint leaves made this fish curry aromatic… I stepped out a bit from my comfort zone and made this fish curry. Whenever I make fish curry, I follow the usual Kerala style fish curry preparation methods. It gets hard for me to try a different kind of fish curry. So, this time I tried making the fish curry a little differently....

King fish cooked in coconut milk… I’ve already posted many South Indian recipes for making fish curries. In South India, fish being one of the staple foods can be cooked in different ways, in fact each district in Kerala has their own signature ways of making fish. Fish curries can be made with grated coconut or coconut milk or without adding it. In my...

This is the 9th kind of fish curry that I am posting… I am happy dancing, how could I not? Guess what’s the temperature over here??? We are enjoying 25 degrees C temperature since yesterday, I feel like a bird freed from its cage. I am super excited and want to do all those outdoor activities that I haven’t done since December. Our bicycle and motorcycle...

My all time favorite fish curry… How many times have I mentioned that Kappa (Tapioca) and fish curry is a match truly made in paradise??? A gazillion??? I will keep on saying this, so please bare with me. If I hadn’t born and raised in Kerala I wouldn’t have admired this dish as much as I do now. As many of you know that Kerala food is spicy and...

This fish curry gives the best kick… It was an incredible day today. I went for a Middle Eastern food festival and had a taste of almost all popular dishes in the Middle East. I am totally in love with Kabsa, Saudi Arabian speciality; it was like biryani: long basmati rice and chicken, unlike Indian biryani this didin’t have any masala yet it tasted so...