MUSHROOM COCONUT CURRY

MUSHROOM COCONUT CURRY  Mushroom gravy / Mushroom Curry / Mushroom Coconut Masala is a spicy and delicious recipe. This curry is best when served with chapati / Naan / Roti / Paratha or even with jeera pulao and pulao varieties. Adding coconut to this curry gives scrumptious taste to the mushrooms. While using mushrooms make sure you wash it thoroughly with water. You may like … Continue reading MUSHROOM COCONUT CURRY

FISH THOKKU – Village Style Fish

FISH THOKKU – Village Style Fish Meen Thokku is a traditional village style fish recipe. Thokku is like a semi-gravy recipe.  It tastes spicy and little tangy. Interesting point is we are using shallow fried fish in this thokku. Also we are not adding any coconut or tamarind in this recipe. While discussing about Sea food recipes one of friend gave me this recipe. I … Continue reading FISH THOKKU – Village Style Fish

FISH KUZHAMBU – Tamarind Fish Curry

FISH KUZHAMBU – Tamarind Fish Curry / Meen Kuzhambu / South Indian Fish Curry Meen kuzhambu is a famous South Indian Fish curry using tamarind. Always make sure you prepare this curry at least 2 hours before serving. The resting helps the fish to absorb the spices well. Any fish goes well for this recipe. I am using Red Snapper (Sangara / Shankara Fish). Adding … Continue reading FISH KUZHAMBU – Tamarind Fish Curry

COCONUT MILK FISH CURRY – Fish Gravy

FISH CURRY USING COCONUT MILK – Fish Gravy This Fish curry is one of my experiment recipe. Once we had an awesome Fish curry in a restaurant. We personally called the chef and appreciated him. I tried to recreate that recipe and ended with is excellent Coconut milk Fish Curry. I am very happy to post this recipe. Don’t worry. I have tried this many … Continue reading COCONUT MILK FISH CURRY – Fish Gravy

CABBAGE CURRY – CABBAGE WITH DAL

CABBAGE CURRY – CABBAGE WITH DAL Cabbage (Muttaikose) Curry recipe is quite different recipe from other curries. This is more over like a sambar without tamarind. This recipe is a good alternative from regular sambar or dal recipe. It tastes good with chapati as well as cooked rice. Papad or vathal is enough for the side dish. You can make it thin and have it … Continue reading CABBAGE CURRY – CABBAGE WITH DAL