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Naadan Style Fish peera
Published On: 09 Mar 2014
Wash Anchovy? and remove excess water and keep it aside.
Grind the onion, chillies, grated coconut, garlic, ginger, turmeric powder together.
Do not grind to a paste. just crush it.
Prepare tamarind juice or ready made paste can be used.
Add oil to a pan and heat it.
Add the mustard and after it spurts fry the curry leaves.
To this add the Anchovy? and the mixture and the turmeric powder along with the needed salt,
Fry it for a minute.
Add the tamarind juice (it should be half to 1 glass depending on the level of cooking needed) .
Close it with a lid cook till the water is dried.
The left over idlies from breakfast can be reused if people do not prefer eating idly in more than one meal time.
easy n tasty dish
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