Toddy Shop Fish Curry

Make Toddy Shop Fish Curry in your kitchen

Toddy Shop Fish Curry

Make Toddy Shop Fish Curry in your kitchen

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Seafood

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By Anoop Kumar

Published On: 11 Jun 2003

Rating: 4
77 Votes, 55 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Soak chilly powder, coriander powder and salt in a cup.

Step 2

Heat 3 tsp of oil in a non stick pan.

Step 3

Add fenugreek seeds and stir till they become dark brown.

Step 4

Add garlic and stir for 2 minutes.

Step 5

Add onions and stir again.

Step 6

Add chopped tomatoes and stir fry.

Step 7

After 5-6 minutes, put the soaked paste. Reduce the flame and stir well for 5-10 minutes so that everything gets mixed well and oil gets separated.

Step 8

Add 3-4 cups of water, stir and boil it.

Step 9

When it starts to boil, slip in the fish pieces along with the kukum star.

Step 10

After 10-15 minutes, the gravy will thicken to a dark brown colour and the fish will get cooked as well.

Step 11

:- DON`T STIR AFTER THE FISH IS COOKED.

Step 12

Add curry leaves.

Step 13

:- Serve the dish after 1-2 minutes.

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RAJI SHIBU

Great taste dude....thanx .....keep posting recipes like this if possible..pls. Post meen thala curry recipe......

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bipin

Hi, I have tried this recipe ..its relay fantastic

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Veena Binu

I tried this recipe for the first time and it came out really well. Everyone just loved it! Thanks Anoop, for sharing such a wonderful recipe and keep posting more of them.

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Sangi

This is a very nice nadan recipe.

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Shaini

This was really great.. though i was in doubt how it would turn out ..my husband really liked it. It is not easy to please him when it comes to food....thankyou so much for the recipe

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Sara Rasquinha

I am a non malayalee and was keen on trying out this recipe. It turned out fantastic. Thank you very much.

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jessyvarghese

Dear Anoop, very tasty.keep sending recipes. please less the amount of onion, instead of red onion shallots tasted better. about kodampulli.....GARCINIA PURPREA is name botanical name. good work. mrsvarghese

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Laly Paul

Very good recipe ...Thanks

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Anu Thampi

This curry was tasty. As per another comment I added chopped ginger and turmeric powder too. Try to use softer fish like Tilapia or salmon instead of shark or Sword fish(i used this) also reduce the quantity of onions suggested in the ingredients. Shallots tasted excellent in this curry. I WOULD DEFENITELY MAKE THIS AGAIN!

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Bimal

Good one! great combo with hod idlis! to quote kids `yummy`

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Preethy

Wonderful Recipe!!!

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Reshmi

it came out really well...thank u..........

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tuttu

its an excellent recipee.

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Anoop Kumar

Hi all , Anoop Here . Thanks for all these positive comments

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Rajeev

hi Anoop, Excellent. Anoop ithu evidennu padichu?? :-) ***********

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Prasanth

Excellent recipe. My wife and I tried it and it turned out very well. We used to make the usual fish curry with coconut. This curry tastes the same, but feels a bit more healthy as it does not contain coconut!!!!

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reji thomas

the recepie is good but there is one translation mistake. You have said "Kodam Puli" in your recipe teanslated as tamarind. If it is kodam Puli then the english translation is cocum

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sarmat

I never put tomatoes to my fish curry but I tried your recipe and it turned out to be great. Its a very good recipe.Thanks a lot for this recipe. keep posting such good recipes in future.Thanks once again :)

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manu

I made this curry today but I Just used one tomato and 1 onion and the curry came out real well. I think one can avoid so mny onions n tomatoes and still make the curry vry tasty. thanks a lot for this great recipe.

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manju

excellent recipe. thanks a lot.

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biju

it is tooooo good

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SS

This is excellent and easy to make.

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suja ranjith

hai anoop, currry is excellent.my husband like this very much .my brother and his wife like it .i talk about the fish curry to my friends.thank u

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ssss

it was just amazing keep up the good work

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tvm

anoop....kollam...adipoli.. eee fish curry kazhichittu randu divasathekku thalakku(head-nu) velivu ellayirunnu......eppol njan shappil pokunnathinu pakaram anoopinte fish curry aanu kazhikkunnathu.....thanks anoop.....[email protected]

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Resiya

This turned out very well.My husband and brother really enjoyed the meal

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B George

!!!!!!!!!!!!Super!!!!!!!!. We made this recipe with Vala and Valathala (Kerala Cat Fish, Kozhencherrykarku Ariyam). I was tempted to add some ginger, but finally decided against it. This was really like the Shappu fish curry (Valathala Curry). Very Tasty.

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Chef Master

Looks Cool

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sowmya

very good recipe,i tried with tamarind as i didnt find kudampuli,still tasty

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Jacob John

Too good boss.... Thank you

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Safeetha Mohammed

Really tasty

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MK

I tried this recipe and it was great.

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Kavitha Umesh

Thanks for this wonderful recipe. It`s very yummy.

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sangeetha sijo

I Have just started learning to cook and i surprised my husband by preparing this fish curry.It was tasting excellent.Thanks Anoop.

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Anne Jacob

Hai seline, Dhanya powder is nothing but coriander powder.

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seline stephen

what is dhanya powder?

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Anna

I`m the person who never add tomatoes to the fish dish.... but Anoop i tried ur dish...t`was really too good and tasty...Thanx buddy!!!Keep it up..come up with new dishes..

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Admin

Hi Tom, Sorry about deleting your comment. The reason for deleting your comments was, majority said, it is a very good recipe. Moreover I personally tried this recipe and it was really good. We should appreciate Anoop for sharing this recipe with us. Thanks Anoop. Usually i do not delete bad comments, so that people can decide whether to go for it or not.

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tom

Yea I do agree with you.In fact I have been cooking this same thing since last 4 yrs and its good.My comments was just lil fun. nevertheless I did made some point though-tamarind is not what "kudampuli" is. KUdampuli is infact cocum and not tamarind But the amazing thing abt this site is that someone is indeed monitoring whats going on.

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tom

comeon you cant delete my comments just bcos i rated this bad pleaseeeeee keep this posted.` you toddy shop curry was excellent !! i love its taste.you are indeed a great cook and a great chef you are very innovative,gem of a person. its a god gifted talent which you got.Keep more recipes posted so that we folks can enjoy ur great innovative cooking ideas allrite???? [email protected]

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viji kumar

First time i tried and it was tasty, delicious

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jessy

Easy and Tasty

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Vidhu

Yaaa......... really good. Thanks for the recipe

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Amir

TKS

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Gouri Krishnan

kalakki aashanee:))))) Just superb....

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Mrs S.R

"Very tasty and so easy to prepare"....Thank you

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LIZ

This is very Good , also pls give as toddy shop beaf curry

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Judith

Please give the menu for a dinner for 15 people.

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bipin

Uluva is Fenugreek and Kodampuli is Kokum or dry mangosteen (a variety of tamarind in taste)

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sijimol

fantastic,please tell about toddy shop beaf curry

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ganga

Very tasty. And easy to make.

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Soumya

This turned out to be very good. thanks

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shamna azad

good

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mrs mba

please write the ricepe`s name in English (Uluva and Kodumpoli)

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mrs mba

please write the ricepe`s name in English (Uluva and Kodumpoli)

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