Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Fish n Mango

  With the long weekend over its taking me time to get back into my routine.  I will expressly finish my ramblings and get to the point today.  I made some fish which is pretty easy to cook and yet satisfying to the taste buds. I especially like this way of cooking fish with mango because it changes an everyday dish for me into a special one.  So, if you are like me and like fish made in Kerala style and yet want to make it a little different the best way is to change the ingredient that gives it it's tang.  You can change the kokum to tamarind, tomato, mango or Irumban puli.  The English names for tree bearing Irumban or Ilimbi puli nbsp;are cucumber tree, tree sorrel etc.

  Wish you Happy Mardi gras, Fat Tuesday or whatever name you call it.  I almost forgot about but last year same time is when I started making bread in a big way.  If you would like to read about what I did last year you can find it here
Fish n Mango

Ingredients:
Fish - 3 fillet (I used tilapia so any two fishes maximum of medium size will work well
Mango - 1 cup diced
Coconut - 1 cup grated and crushed by running in the mixer once
Green chillies - 2
Chilli powder - 1/2 Tbspn
Shallots - cut into four pieces 1/2 cup
Mustard - 1/2 tspn
Turmeric - 1/2 tspn
Ginger - 1 tspn Chopped fine
Garlic - 1/2 tspn (optional)
Fenugreek powder - 1/4 tspn
oil - 2 tspn

Fish n Mango

Method
1. Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard and when it splutters the shallots, ginger, garlic and curry leaves and stir around for a 3 - 4 minutes
2. Add the rest of the ingredients and 1/4 to 1/2 cup water and let it cook for a while till the water drains and the fish and mango is cooked.
3. Serve with rice and gravy of your choice.

Contributor: Sunitha

44 comments:

  1. Fish n mango is aperfect combination.LOOks delicious!!!

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  2. never heard of this combo before..love the click

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  3. A very intriguing combination. Would love to try it some time.

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  4. Hellow...thanks for dropping by my blog..i jus started food blogging a while back and am still an amateur..your blog has an amazing food collection. Shall make it a point to drop by more often:)

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  5. A perfect lunch for me..just love fish with mango..very delicious and yummy for my cold tummy heha:D

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  6. yummy yumm combo..looks so mouthwatering and adipoli..

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  7. plz do collect ur TOFAS From my blog...

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  8. oh wow great recipe I write for an Alaskan seafood company could I feature it and link to you?

    rebeccasubbiah at yahoo dot com

    Rebecca

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  9. Thats a deadly COMBO..Fish N Mango.. All you need is hot steaming rice to make adipoli urullas...

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  11. I make fish and mango gravy curry, but dry preparation is new for me...looking yummy...and thnx for a good read about mardi gras...

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  13. This dish looks delicious although I dont eat fish I am sure it can be adapted to be veggie.Beautiful click.

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  14. Fish and Mnago is a unique, atleast for me. Looks like a yummy dish. Happy Mardi gras and Fat Tuesday! :)

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  15. Dish looks very nice and colourful..:-))

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  16. i lov fish mango combo,but never tried this way..looks yummm

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  17. Never heard about this dish, we do curries with fish and mango, this dish sounds really yummy and interesting..

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  18. Sounds yummy... and nice combo. Lovely clicks

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  19. never thought of pairing fresh fish with mango... did you use ripe ones or slightly sour ones?

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  20. Always love the combo of fish and mango! Yumm! Slurp!

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  21. wow, sounds like such a nice tropical fish dish! somehow reminds me of lots of sunshine, mangoes and coconuts.. well, Goa actually :)

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  22. I too love the combination of mango and fish...they taste great :) This dish is new to me...looks very tasty...I will definitely try this...I think I am going to love this :)

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  23. Fish and mango, savory and sweet with delicious spices, it must be so good!

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  24. Perfect combo... the picture is making me drool...

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  25. Gotta make this one too. Your blog is so awesome.

    Laura

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  26. Have heard raw mangoes being added to fish gravy...this one sounds interesting!

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  27. Different & a unique combo,should be nice to have,looks delicious and nice clicks as usual

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  28. looks yummy... different way of preparation..seems too good also..

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  29. Nice pictures!
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  30. Chorunnan ithu mathram mathiyalloooo..Kothiyavunnu...

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  31. I could use this as filling for sandwiches! Nice!

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  32. wow this sounds perfect with the tilapia!

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  33. the bad news is that i have no idea what fresh mango tastes like. the good news is that it's got to better than dried mango, which i love. excellent and interesting recipe!

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  34. even looking at this pic makes me go gaga!!

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  35. rare combination. looks good. must try this out.

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  36. Your Combination looks so tasty. Also your blog is well decorated.

    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  37. rare dish looks interesting , try it out

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