Fish masala fry mangalorean style recipes

Anjal / King Fish Tava Fry

Anjal / King Fish Tava Fry

When it is ready to fry place fish pieces well coated with masala into oil. This is used to get thickness in grounded masala paste
Countering life's volleys with fish fry...

Countering life's volleys with fish fry...

For the masala marinade. And I'm not the fussy kinds when it comes to fish - steamed with soya sauce and garlic will do well, so will a grilled fillet of fish with some lime and pepper and if I'm feeling especially indulgent (read fishy), I go all out and make some traditional Mangaloreanstylefish curry, fishfry and serve that with some rice
Spicy Fish Curry with Coconut Milk

Spicy Fish Curry with Coconut Milk

Add the masala paste and fry until oil leaves the sides. This spicy fish curry, which is a fusion of Goan and Mangaloreanstyle of fish curries, is also one such formula which tastes too good
Andhra Style Chicken Dum Biryani

Andhra Style Chicken Dum Biryani

Fish out as much as the cooked rice as you can along with the bay leaves, drain out the excess water and layer the rice over the chicken pieces in the vessel
Chicken Ghee Roast - Baked Style

Chicken Ghee Roast - Baked Style

Eventually he added many specialties formulated by the local chefs like Fish Naked Masala Fried and Chicken Ghee Roast
Anjal Tawa Fried - Dhaba Style

Anjal Tawa Fried - Dhaba Style

I have been planning to make similar tawa fish, but I changed my style to suit our Mangalorean taste
Homemade Achari Paneer Masala

Homemade Achari Paneer Masala

At times , when I have some not so appetising vegetables lying around in the dark depths of the fridge ,I fish out my Achari masalas and simply stir fry the thinly sliced veggies with some mustard oil in it

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Spicy, masalafish – just the way we like it. MangaloreanFishFry. Kolkata Street Style Chicken Roll from Not Out Of The Box
Marwai Sukka (Clams Dry Masala)

Marwai Sukka (Clams Dry Masala)

Serve hot with rice and fish curry or rice and dal or sambhar/rasam. This is the Mangaloreanstyle dish called "Marwai Sukka" or "Clams in Dry Masala"