Karimeen Mappas is an exotic, traditional Kerala dish. Karimeen (Pearl Spot) is cooked in a spicy rich Coconut gravy filled with mouthwatering flavors. Karimeen Mappas is a classic favorite of tourists and is a much desired fare during special occasions.
“Spicy Fish Masala” is a variety fish curry that you get mostly in Palakkad region in Kerala. Fish is cooked in a spicy tangy coconut gravy. The thick coconut gravy, the tanginess, the spiciness everything about Spicy Fish Masala is finger licking good!!
Pressure cooked sardines are a simple recipe where sardines are pressure cooked in an onion tomato gravy with spices and vinegar to make it tangier. This is a variety dish for ardent Sardine lovers, different from the traditional sardine recipes.
Karimeen Thilappichathu, is a special treat for those who love Karimeen (Pearl Spot). It has very simple ingredients and is very easy to prepare and delightfully yummy. Karimeen is simmered in a spicy tangy gravy of shallots, ginger and garlic.
Fish Molee is a traditional Christian dish in Kerala made during special occasions. Fish is cooked in mildly spicy coconut milk gravy. Also known as Fish Molly, this Portuguese influenced delightful dish has many variants depending on the region.
Fish in sauce is a special Chinese influenced Fish curry which is quite delicious and full of flavours. Fish pieces are fried and cooked in a sweet tomato gravy. It has delectable and lip-smacking flavours and goes well with any rice dish.
Kerala style Red Fish curry recipe has many variants. Depending on the region the recipe echoes slight changes, but the appearance and ingredients are almost the same. The fish is prepared in a spicy red chilly gravy with tamarind (Kudampuli).
Kerala style Red Fish curry recipe is a favourite among Keralites and comes in different styles depending on the region. The fish is prepared in a spicy red chilly gravy with tamarind (Kudampuli). A must have with Kappa (Tapioca).
Succulent fish pieces cooked in a delicious gravy with cabbage, Onion, tomato, spices and coconut milk. It is a totally unconventional fish curry recipe but with astounding flavours and taste galore.