Manga Meen Curry

Raw Mango and fish curry Angamaly style (traditional)

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Manga Meen Curry

Raw Mango and fish curry Angamaly style (traditional)

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Seafood

By jijo peter

Published On: 26 Sep 2006

Rating: 4
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20 Minutes
Served : 10
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Step 1

In a big tawa, put chopped onion, ginger, chilly and curry leaves.

Step 2

Add salt, coconut oil and vinegar.

Step 3

Crush all these ingredients with your hands until the juice from onion comes out.

Step 4

Add coriander paste, chilly powder, turmeric powder and finally the mango pieces.

Step 5

Mix well.

Step 6

Add thin coconut milk & adjust salt.

Step 7

:- A little high salt will be balanced later with mango.

Step 8

Put the tawa on fire and cook until the mango is half done.

Step 9

Stir at regular intervals to keep the coconut milk from separating.

Step 10

Add fish pieces and cook for another 5 mins.

Step 11

Add thick coconut milk and stir well.

Step 12

:- Do not allow to boil much.

Step 13

Switch off the flame.

Step 14

Heat oil in a small tawa.

Step 15

Add chopped small onions and broken red chillies.

Step 16

Saute until the onion gets brown in color.

Step 17

Pour it on the top of the curry.

Step 18

:- Serve with steamed rice.

Step 19

:- Reduce the quantity of mango if it is too sour.
:- This curry is normally stored in Clean dry mud-pots or ceramic containers (Bharani) and used next day.
:- Use Kerala made coriander powder and coconut vinegar if possible.


Thanks jijo...i was searching 4 this....plz add konju curry recipe also.


very good recipe..thank you


fresh water fish at its best

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