Andhra fish curry: How to make Andhra style fish curry recipe2017-08-02
- Cuisine: Andra Recipes, Indian Recipes, South Indian Recipes
- Course: Curry Recipes, Fish Recipes, Non Veg Recipes
- Skill Level: 30 minutes Recipes, Moderate, Quick and easy recipes
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- Servings : 3
- Prep Time : 25m
- Cook Time : 30m
- Ready In : 55m
Andhra fish curry recipe | Andhra chepala pulusu :
Marinated in just a handful of spices like Red Chili powder, Turmeric powder and cooked in coconut paste, Andhra fish Curry or fish curry in Andhra style is a blast of flavors on your palette.There are a number of variations in fish curries based on which fish you pick, how you marinate the fish to what forms the base ingredient of the curry.
Fish Curry Recipes use Mackerel, Sardines, Snapper or even Prawns, calamari; depending on which seafood you prefer. Around the globe, Fish is prepared in a number of variations – Thai Fish Curry, Sri Lankan Fish Curry, Penang Curry and so on. Even in India, the combination of spices used to cook the fish differs as you move from north to south and east to west. Kerala Fish Curry, Fish pulusu, Alleppey Fish Curry or Goan Fish Curry are some famous and integral curries on the Indian seafood meal menus.
Fish is considered as a power supply of important nutrients, proteins and vitamin D that other vegetarian sources fail to provide. Fish is also the world’s best source of omega-3 fatty acids. And hence should be included even as a daily supplement in meals.This Andhra fish curry recipe is easy and quick and you will find yourself making it more than often. Fish Curry in South Indian Recipes is as important as pasta in Italian recipes.
Andhra style fish curry is complimented best with a bowl of hot steamed rice. This andra style fish curry is tast good on next day. Fish is tasty in any form you cook – curry or deep fried fillets. Other delectable preparations of fish that can be cooked at home are Lemon pepper fish fry recipe, Chettinad fish fry, kerala fish fry.
- Fish - 1/2 Kg
- Fenugreek seeds - 1 Tbsp
- Coconut - 3 Tbsp
- Salt as required
- Sunflower oil as required
- Coriander powder - 1 Tbsp
- Red chili powder - 1 Tbsp
- Turmeric powder - 1/2 Tbsp
- Tamarind pulp - 1/2 Tbsp
- Green chili - 2 nos.
- Water as required
First of all, wash the fish well and chop them into slices and remove the skin of fish.
Then we can marinate the fish pieces using turmeric powder, red chilly powder, salt and at last add 2 tbsp of sunflower oil. Mix it well and keep it for about 15 minutes.
Meanwhile heat a pan or Kadai and then pour sunflower oil. When the oil is heated add Fenugreek seeds to it.
When it splutters add Coconut to it and stir well. When it is slightly turned to golden brown color add coriander powder and stir for about 2 minutes. Then off the flame.
Let it cool for sometime. Make fine paste of coconut with some water.
Heat oil in a pan, then add grinded coconut mixture to it.
Add chili powder, then stir it well and add little water and make paste.
Add Tamarind pulp to the pan and stir well. Allow to boil. Then add the marinated fish to it.
Keep the flame low and mix it well and close the pan for 10 minutes. Stir it every 2 minutes. Adjust salt content.
Add 2 green chili let cook for some time. Then check whether the fish is cooked or not, we can identify that by seeing oil gets separated at the upper layer.
When it is cooked well, off the flame. Now, the Andhra fish curry recipe is ready to serve hot with white rice.