Kerala Fish Biriyani

Kerala Fish Biriyani with King Fish in Coconut Korma

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Kerala Fish Biriyani

Kerala Fish Biriyani with King Fish in Coconut Korma

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Rice

By Molly Rajan

Published On: 09 Aug 2009

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Step 1

Fish Masala:-
1)Marinate fish fillets with turmeric powder, red chilly powder, ginger-garlic paste and pepper powder.

Step 2

Keep the marinated Fish for 1 hour in a refrigerator.

Step 3

Fry the marinated fish fillets in olive oil.

Step 4

Remove them to a plate and heat up the same pan.

Step 5

Add onion and fry, till it turns golden brown.

Step 6

Add ginger-garlic-chilly paste and fry for 2 minutes.

Step 7

Add tomato, garam masala, salt, coriander, mint and curry leaves. Cook for a few minutes.

Step 8

Add coconut milk.

Step 9

Put the fried fish fillets in this masala.

Preparing rice:-
1)Boil water in a vessel.

Step 10

Add enough salt, turmeric powder, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and ghee.

Step 11

Cook rice until it is done and drain.
:- Make sure the rice doesn`t get sticky.

Step 12

Heat a little ghee in a pan.

Step 13

Put a little of cooked rice and spread 1 tsp of lime juice over it.

Step 14

Put one layer of the fish masala above that and repeat the process till the rice and masala are over.

Step 15

Take care not to break the fish fillets.

Step 16

Close the lid tightly and heat on a low flame for about 10 minutes.

Step 17

:- Mix Kerala Fish Biriyani before serving.

Step 18

:- Kerala Fish Biriyani is ready.

Step 19

:- Serve Kerala Fish Biriyani with yogurt and chutney or pickle.

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