|Recipe Title||Recipe Description||Recipe Photo||Submitted by|
|Goan style prawn curry||
Authentic Goan Style Prawns Curry
|Fish Fried – Bankikodla Style||
This dish is for true fish lovers! Preparation with small fish tastes best, however, those not familiar with these kind of fish may substitute it with pomfret or iswan(surmai), but small fish have a distinct taste. This is a side dish served with fish curry/rice. Learnt this exquisite dish from my Aai, who was from Bankikodla, a Paradise on Earth :)! To savor this dish, keep the head of fish intact. Hold the fish between the front teeth to separate flesh from bones. If dried bread crumbs are no readily available, one may substitute it with rawa. but to me any fried fish coated with a powder of bread crumbs tastes best. Whenever you cut Mumbai-type pav, do not throw away the crumbs. Dry it and keep it for future use for preparing any type of fried fish.
|Sungta Lonche (Prawns or shrimp pickle)||
This tangy Fresh Prawns Pickle will surely make your meals palatable. They last for months if refrigerated.
|Malvani Mutton Masala||
If I were about to die and only had time for one last meal, this dish would be it! A very spicy, coconut and onion based curry from the Malvan region of the west coast of India.
Malvani cuisine is well known for its fiery non-vegetarian dishes and is usually marked by a liberal use of coconut in various forms.
I would be failing in my duty if I do not give the credit for these recipes to my dear mother who was a great cook & who I used to watch whilst she pottered in the kitchen.
|MANGLOREAN FISH PHANNA UPKARI (mackarel,/ sardines/ prawns/ kingfish)||
Traditional,tempting and tangy red curry, excellent with rice/chapatis.
|POTATO OR PRAWNS HUMMAN||
A very simple and tasty aamchi dish for the vegetarians and non vegetarians.quick to make,amazing to taste.goes well with rice / chapati
A special treat for fish lovers.great flavour,amazing taste.One of the best and easy recipe for fish fry.
As a teenager,i never liked entering the kitchen.But as i grew up i started to know how important it is to learn cooking.So it all started one fine day,when i cooked my first simple meal!From that point i dint look back and now being married ,i love experimenting and cooking for my husband :) SO this dish which i am listing below is very simple and one of my finest experiments:) Its one dish most people love and great for parties too !
|Sweet sour Chicken||
A great starter with a zing