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Fish n Mango Kozhambu

Ingredients :

1 Big Onion, chopped
1 Tomato, chopped
Tamarind, lemon size
1 Tsp pepper
4 Dry red Chillies
Handful of curry leaves
2 Tbsp oil
1 Tsp Vadagam
1/2 Tsp Turmeric powder
1/2 Tbsp Chilli coriander powder (kozhambu milagai podi )
1 Mango, cut into 4 pieces
500 gms Fish ( I used red snapper / sankara )
Salt to taste
Curry leaves for garnishing
 

Method :

Soak tamarind in water and extract juice from it.
Heat 1 Tbsp oil in kadai and add chopped onions, fry them for couple of minutes and add the chopped tomatoes followed by curry leaves.


Saute well and remove from flame. Now roast the pepper and red chillies with little oil and add to the onion.


Grind into smooth paste by adding little water.


Heat remaining oil in kadai and add vadagam, fry them and add the grounded paste. Let it boil for 2 minutes.

Now add the chilli coriander powder, turmeric powder and salt. Mix well and add the tamarind juice.
Let it boil for for 3 minutes and add the mango, cover and cook till mango gets 3/4th cooked.


Simmer the flame and add the fish, Cook till it gets cooked.


Garnish with curry leaves and serve it with rice.

 














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  2. Sankara is the tastiest fish I would say, That's a really delicious recipe :)
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  3. Different Recipe..Your Toddler recipes are very gud..

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