Category: Fish Recepies

Fish Recepies Healthy recepies Non Vegetarian

Open toast tuna sandwich

This recipe is my contribution to the healthy toast recipes. It’s ideal for any day lunch or dinner.And as I always say I love colours in my food and I try to add more of colourful veggies. Food is accepted not only with the taste or aroma but also by how presentable it is. I […]

Appetizer/ Starter Easter Recipes Fish Recepies kerala recepies Non Vegetarian Side Dish

Sardine Fish Fry / Mathi Varuthathu

We keralites have got a special attraction towards seafood and sardines being the most favourite. Fried Sardines is our weakness. Fresh Sardines are marinated with lots of spice powders and condiments and then slow fried in coconut oil sprinkling curry leaves and made it crisp in texture and this makes it more special. Here, I […]

Easter Recipes Fish Recepies Non Vegetarian Side Dish

Oven Grilled Fish

Presenting a new recepie today with a healthier cooking method. Being from land of coastal area Seafood has always been my favourite. We prepare it in many ways ; like curries with or without coconut, with tamarind, dry version, fried, with coconut milk etc etc. Today I have prepared it in a healthier cooking method. […]

Fish Recepies kerala recepies Side Dish

Meen Peera / Meen Pattichathu

Meen Peera is dry kerala style one pot fish curry . This side dish is a delicious accompaiment for Rice. The rich flavour of fresh grated coconut and coconut oil enhances the taste of the curry . You can use any fish for this recepie but tasted better if you prepare it using small fishes. […]

Easter Recipes Fish Recepies Gravy kerala recepies Non Vegetarian Side Dish

Meen Vattichathu / Fish Gravy Roast

Meen Pattichathu is a authentic Kerala style fish recepie. In this recepie the fish is cooked in spicy and Tangy gravy and simmered till the gravy thickens. You can use any variety of fish for this recepie. Here I have used Kawhai fish , cooked in coconut oil and used lots of curry leaves for […]

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