Shireen concludes her journey on the Indian Food Trail with an article on Mangalorean Catholic Cuisine and shares Mangalore food recipes like Fish Cutlets.
Living along the sea coast has its advantages. One of them being regular availability of freshly caught sea food, especially fish. Today I bought Vanjaram (spotted seer fish) and prepared a simple roast with minimal spices. Nehal and Satish relish it and so do I. There are few things I love more than a nicely roasted fish, hot off the pan.
Prawns are our family’s favorite sea-food. A few readers emailed me requesting for more sea food recipes since they find very few recipes featuring fish, prawns and crabs. The reason there are hardly any sea food recipes is because, I usually prepare sea-food for dinner (I buy the fresh catch that arrives after 2 pm) […]
My friend sent me some fresh water prawns the other day and also shared a lovely recipe of prawn curry. It was pretty quick to prepare and it turned out amazingly good with well balanced flavors – redolent with the sweetness of coconut and subtly spiced. Curry leaves, khus-khus and coconut form the essence of […]
With summer here, its barbeque time..:). I bought a new traditional earthern cooking stove a couple of days ago, called “Kumpati” in Telugu, where charcoal and firewood is used as a medium to cook food and is a popular stove with our rural folks. Kumpati, to us, serves as our “charcoal barbaque” and used often […]
Drumsticks or Munaga Kaaya are one of my favourite vegetables and I use them liberally in my everyday cooking be it to make a pickle,mixed vegetable curry or with shrimps,or add them to my favorite sambar(lentil based stew),thiyal or avial.I will be writing more about ‘The Moringa Miracle Tree’ for the Weekend Herb Blogging event […]
Today the 29th of January is the start of the Chinese New year and the year of the Dog,the Fire Dog.Wish all those celebrating a happy,healthy and wealthy year of the dog that is full of joy,happiness, prosperity. Happy Chinese New Year! The Dog in Chinese Astrology represents loyalty,friendship, infinite courage,mighty fortitude and hidden strength. […]
Today is the third day of Sankranti festival and is called ‘Kanuma’ ..traditionally its the day devoted to giving thanks to cattle. Cows and bulls in the villages are adorned with bells on their neck and offered prasadam (food offering). Non-vegetarian delicacies are cooked and all the younger members of the family pay their respects […]
Fish can be flavored and cooked in many ways and the use of Indian spices makes them even more tasty. Chepa Vepudu is a very simple and easy fish fry recipe and if you are fond of seafood or fish, I am sure you are going to enjoy this fish fry recipe.
Today I am sharing with you a family favorite sea food dish, Andhra Royallu Iguru, a simple fresh prawn curry preparation in sauteed onions and Indian spices. Andhra Royallu Iguru is a sea food curry recipe from Andhra where fresh prawns are cooked in onions and Indian spices and masala resulting in a very tasty curry preparation!