Fish Curry

Fish Curry
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The stunning versatile Fish curry is an intensely aromatic yummy dish. The depth of flavours from the mix of herbs and spices gives it a tasteful zest and fragrance. Asian spices work perfectly with fish, from Keralan-style mackerel curry to creamy shellfish masala. The north Indian recipes are made in mustard oil, and Goan-style cooking is generally a one-pot recipe made with coconut milk, coriander, fish sauce and lime. In the Indian subcontinent, rice complements such full of flavor curries but one can take it with roti (chapatti) or polao. Such foods are great lunchtime options or can serve as a great midweek dinner.

Basic information

Fish Curry provides an array of powerful flavours to create a stunning dish. Though the curry base is versatile and could easily be used with an oily fish if preferred. Such tender foods are often prepared by using a marinade that keeps fish from drying out and the oil in the marinade makes it non- sticky.

Taste, texture, nutrients and other details

  • Curry (or soup) is made with a combination of regional herbs and spices, and the technique of preparation varies regionally. In general, herbs are used to marinade and the fish pieces are simmered in hot curry containing a variety of spices. The colour of the meal depends on the type of herbs.
  • The meal consists of no artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
  • Fish Curry is served as a part of the non-vegetarian tiffin. It’s one serving with rice or roti offers a full meal and it is high on the satiety index.
  • Fish Curry is rich in proteins, minerals and vitamins.
  • It is a gluten-free nut free soy free recipe.

About Fish Curry

One of the key steps in cooking fish is marinating it with an acidic marinade. Goan and Kerala style cooking involves a lot of vinegar or citrus juices but in North India mild marinades can be used. When it comes to fish, there are two types, firm and flaky. A firm big fish can take a stronger marinade for longer and the flaky ones fall apart on grill. Most fish preparations style involves sautéing fish in oil after a light marinade, and then simmering in the masala gravy.

In rural North- East India, lemon juice or tomatoes are mixed with mustard paste to prepare a strong curry base that gives a smoky pungent mustard-like taste.

Restaurant based Fish Curry

Most Indo- Pakistani restaurants offer flavours seafood curries and grilled versions paired brilliantly with the aromatic spices. In India, the South Indian restaurants offer coconut fish curry made with coconut milk and local herbs.

Homemade Fish Curry

At home, yellow mustard seeds and red chilli paste can be used to prepare the curry. Before simmering the fish into the curry, marinated fish is deep-fried in oil. Some make use of Garam masala, nuts paste and a tomato yoghurt sauce to get a creamy fish recipe.

How to serve?

Delicious Fish Curry can be served with rice or bread and salad, or roti and salad.

Food allergy
If you suffer from a food allergy or intolerance, please let us know immediately. Ingredients can occasionally be substituted or changed so please review the allergy details available for you. Every care is taken to avoid any cross contamination when processing an order. Food served may contain some of the 14 Allergens listed: Peanuts, Nuts, Sesame, Cereals containing Gluten, Milk, Soy/Soya, Molluscs, Sulphur Dioxide (Sulphites), Mustard, Celery, Lupin (EU common), Eggs., Crustaceans & Fish.


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