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Fish Curry/Spicy Tomato Gravy




Dear friends,
Taking a short break..moving to our new destination, Ohio. Will loose some of your yummy posts.....hope to see you all soon.

Fish curry with a spicy and tangy sauce is a great combo with rice. In this curry I have not used coconut and tamarind which is the important ingredient of Kerala fish curry. But tomatoes gave this curry a unique flavor and taste




Ingredients
Fish- 1/2kg
Tomato puree- 1 cup
Onion- 1 large
Ginger- 2 inch 
Garlic- 2 cloves
Green chilly -2
Chilly powder- 1 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder- 3/4 tsp
Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp
Fenugreek powder - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves
coriander leaves
Salt to taste
Lemon juice- 1 tsp
Oil for frying


Marinate fish with half of chilly powder, turmeric powder, salt and lemon juice for ten minutes and fry them for a few seconds. Remove from oil before it gets browned up. This is just to prevent it from breaking while cooking.
Finely chop onions, green chillies, garlic and ginger( or you can use a kitchen chopper or food processor). Saute this along with curry leaves till golden brown in the same pan used for frying the fish. Add tomato puree and let it get cooked for two to three minutes or till the oil separates. Add chilly powder, turmeric, coriander, pepper and fenugreek and saute a another minute. Add one and one half cup of warm water and when it comes to a boil slide in the fried fish pieces and close lid. Cook in medium heat for seven to eight minutes. Finely add coriander leaves and simmer for a few second. Serve warm with rice.


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy.

Comments

  1. Very yummy fish curry. See you soon Suja with your yummy recipes once you get settled.

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  2. Omg, wat a catchy and fingerlicking fish curry, truly tempting dear..

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  3. Wow!! what a spicy n mouthwatering fish curry Suja..loving the rich red color!!

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  4. Nice picture!! It looks really spicy, love that red color. Recipe kollam ketto, will surely give it a try. Hope you get settled soon...

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  5. gravy looks gorgeous ... drool worthy fish curry ...yummy

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  6. Scrumptious dish...loved the colour...

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  7. Wow !!! That's a spicy fish curry. I reached here thru blog hopping and simply loved your recipes Would love to often visit your kitchen !!! Following you !!!

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  8. Hey Suja, love you non vegetarian dishes recipe especially the fish curries...they look so tempting and irresistible..

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  9. looks delicious we make it the same way

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  10. wow, what a colourful curry, yummy

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  11. Beautiful color and looks yummy, never tried this style before, gonna try this...

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  12. Adipoli curry, enagne try cheythitilla too...Nice cliks sujechi..Hope you get settled soon...TC

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  13. The gravy looks so hot n spicy ..... lovely color !!

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa
    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  14. Suja tats a fantastic fish curry....
    All de best wit ur next house....
    Cheers.

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  15. Gravy yil aa meen kedakana kedappu kandittu sahikunnilla:)simply superb!

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  16. fish curry looks spicy and yum. Good luck with the new place.

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  17. Hi,
    That gravy looks so inviting!!Hope you settle down soon!!

    visit me when you find time and join!!
    Sameena@http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  18. i can imagine the spiciness from the colour itself...drool

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  19. OMG! Looks delicious! Loved the clicks. Relocating is so much of work....gotta pack, then unpack, then adjust to new place etc. Wishing you happy relocation. Take your time. Will wait for your come back and recipes.Take care dear

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  20. Iyooooo vishakunu....athinte colour kandalariyam oru sambhavam thanne anennu..liked ur version.

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  21. Good luck with your move !! Hope you will get settled soon ! Loved this 2 in one curry :-)

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  22. THe Fish Curry looks super yummy and colorful. All the best for your new settlement.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  23. Looks so good. Nice picture.

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  24. Yummy 'n Spicy curry... love the color and clicks!

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  25. oh adipoli!!! so spicy and yummy..

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  26. luv da colour and I can literally taste the spicy fish,,,yummmmmm

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  27. Thanks all for the sweet comments and the wishes..seems like thing are getting settled and we are exploring the new place:)

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  28. Looks nice. How do you prepare the tomato puree?

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    1. Thanks for stopping by,making tomato puree is easy
      To make puree put tomatoes into boiling water. Switch off the flame,cover and let it rest for about fine minutes. Take out and put in cold water. At this stage it is easy to peel skin and blend it using a mixer or you can just make paste by cutting tomatoes and put into food processor and finely grind it till the seeds and skin is incorporated into the puree.The first will give you a smooth gravy.
      hope you will try the recipe,have a great day..

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  29. Best Recipe. I loved it. Thanks for sharing the wonderful recipe with us. Spices Online

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