Meen Peera (Fish Thoran)

Authentic nadan kerala dish

Meen Peera (Fish Thoran)

Authentic nadan kerala dish

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Seafood

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By Renjini Selvan

Published On: 29 Jun 2008

Rating: 4
21 Votes, 6 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Clean and wash the fish using salt and lemon juice and cut it into small pieces.

Step 2

Slice small onions after removing the skin.

Step 3

Handmix grated coconut, sliced onion, chopped ginger, crushed green chillies or kanthari mulaku and turmeric powder.

Step 4

Put the fish pieces in a pan or meen chatti, add salt, tamarind (kudampuli), coconut mixture and mix it well.

Step 5

Add little water and cover the pan with a lid and cook in medium flame until all the water gets evaporated.

Step 6

Sprinkle 2 tablespoon coconut oil over the dish just before removing it from fire.

Step 7

:-Serve hot with rice

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divya nair

its very gud taste...add more big onion choped ...thts also gud taste and looking nice.. ajana :almost peoples not using garlic for preparing this thoran.

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suseela kB

So many thanks.Everybody at my family liked the recipe and they were very eager to know how i learnt to cook such a tasty curry.It was a different experience to all of us.

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seeda

Thanx 4 the recipe. This is the exact way what we are making mathi thoran at home.

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jk

Thanks a lot for the recipe. This helped me to prepare meen peera without asking my in-laws..

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anjana

its very recipe.....u dont use garlic ........??to add garlic....then the perfect meen peer wll ready ......

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Promise

This is the real deal!! Nice recipe

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