Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen

Really tasty side dish

Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen

Really tasty side dish

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Seafood

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By Vineetha Biju

Published On: 06 Oct 2014

Rating: 4
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20 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

  • Dry Sprats : 200 gm (Unakka Meen)
    Bombay onion cut into half a rounds : 1 big
    Green chillies cut into 2 long wise : 5 nos
    Chilly pieces : 2 tsp
    Roasted chilli powder : 1 tsp
    Saffron : a pinch
    Curry leaves : 1 Spring
    Garlic cut into pieces or chopped : 1 clove
    Goraka : 1 Piece
    Coconut oil : 2 tsp
    Tomato cut into pieces (optional) : 1 no
    Water : ¼ cup
    Salt : to taste

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

Step 1

Wash dry sprats thoroughly.

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Step 2 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

Step 2

Put dry sprat into a saucepan and add chilli powder, saffron, and mix.

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Step 3 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

Step 3

Then add chilli pieces, goraka, garlic, curry leaves, tomato and mix.

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Step 4 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

Step 4

Put some water and cook.

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Step 5 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

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Step 6 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

Step 6

When the water dry add green chillies, onions, and add coconut oil and temper it for 3 minutes.

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Step 7 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

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Step 8 Halmasso Thel Dala : Unakka Meen Recipe

Step 8

Then take off the fire and dish it.

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