Fish Curry recipe
All of us are familiar with the benefits of using fish. Today I am sharing with you a basic fish curry recipe with all the ingredients that all always available in our kitchen. If you want to give this simple fish a Kerala fish touch, you can always add 1-2 tablespoon of coconut in the fish or even use coconut milk for the gravy. One of my friend cooks with coconut, the taste is simply amazing but in this post let us see how to cook simple fish curry recipe.
I am not sure if you ever tried Fish Curry recipe but from the day I tried Fish Curry recipe, I prefer it to just frying the fish. I hope you will try this Fish Curry recipe.
Ingredients Fish curry recipe:
- 1kg Fish
- 1 tablespoon garlic ginger paste
- Salt and paprika to taste
- Oil for frying
- 1 medium size onion sliced
- 1 medium-sized tomato chopped
- 2-3 green chilies
- 2-tablespoon lemon juice
- ½-teaspoon turmeric powder
- ½-teaspoon coriander powder
- ½-teaspoon Garam masala powder (mixed spice)
- 1-inch piece of Ginger julienned
- 2-tablespoon green coriander chopped
- ¼ teaspoon of Carom Seeds(ajwain)
Directions Fish Curry Recipe:
- Apply ginger garlic paste, salt, paprika, lemon juice on fish, marinade for a half hour and then deep fry the fish pieces in oil on the medium high flame.
- Once done, take out in a plate all the pieces of the fish and then set aside.
- Golden brown the onion in 3 tablespoons of oil, add ginger garlic paste let it aromatic.
- Add chopped tomatoes and green chilies; let it cook until the tomatoes will be mixed properly in the curry.
- Sprinkle all the spices salt, paprika or red chili, turmeric powder, coriander powder, Carom Seeds.
- Cook for 5 min by stirring occasionally and add a little water and let it boil for some time, once you have desired amount of water left then add the fried fish piece, cook until the oil will shine on top on medium-low heat with a closed lid.
You can have as much amount of curry or soup as you like.
Top it with some Garam masala, green coriander, and ginger and enjoy with naan or boiled rice.
Author: Zarnain Zainab
I have completed my Master in Botany and now doing Master of Education. I am a passionate girl who loves to cook and bake and share my recipes with others.
I am a member of many facebook groups where I upload my recipes and pictures, many try my recipe and always give me good feedback.
In many food groups of Pakistan, I am the trendsetter of baking fruit flavored cakes.
Now, I see many ladies following my footsteps, experimenting with fruit cake recipes and sharing their experiences and recipes.