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Fish Curry - South Indian Style

Norway winters are the best winters I have seen. Like really. I think they are the real winters. Getting colder, darker, windier day by day, they are very much unlike summers. Everything turns to be lonely and different. More on the Norway weather later. Staying indoors is the best thing I can do on such weekends.

So what's the weekend plan, you ask? Cooking I would say. Somehow I have fallen into the trap of cooking these days. Ok, I know how to cook. And that's how I have been surviving, right? But cooking those special dishes more than just for survival was not my thing. But now once I started experimenting, I think I am into it. For now, I am an amateur and try to keep my dishes as simple as possible. So here is the first one from those experiments.. direct from Pria's Kitchen ;) 

Ingredients & Recipe: (This recipe is applicable for only certain kinds of fish. The one I used is Salmon)

1. Marinate fish and keep it aside for 15-20minutes.
    Fish + salt + chilli powder + turmeric powder + lemon + ginger garlic paste + masala (optional)

2. Fry chopped onions + chillis + curry leaves + jeera (optional but good for digestion) in oil until the onions turn goldish.

3. Add tamarind pulp water to the above fry and let it cook till you see the water boiling hard. I prefer it to be more sour as this curry is supposed to be.

4. Add marinated fish pieces and let it cook for sometime in low flame. Meanwhile, you can taste and add ingredients like salt and chilli powder if needed. Sugar can also be used to balance any taste you feel is missing.

5. Garnish with coriander. And thats it! Andhra Style Fish Curry is readyyy! Serve the slurpy spicy curry with hot plain rice.

P.S. My food posts would need the basic knowledge of cooking as I am not keen on giving measurements and timings for the recipes :)
I didn't want to risk my photography skills while cooking yet, so are the bad pictures.

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