Non-VegetarianSeafoodPuliyum Mulagumitta Meen Curry by roshellemerandez September 26, 2005 written by roshellemerandez September 26, 2005 Spicy naadan malabar fish curry without coconut Print Recipe Votes: 10 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Cuisine Kerala Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsPomfret fish(sliced, Avoli) - 500 gTomato(finely chopped) - 2 cupsOnion(finely chopped) - 2 cupsCurry leaves - 1 sprigThick tamarind pulp(puli) - 1/2 cupOil - 1/2 cupSalt(As reqd) - For masala:-Ginger(garlic paste - 1 tbsp) -Fenugreek powder(A pinch, Uluva) -Chilly powder - 3 tbspTurmeric powder - 1 tspCoriander powder - 1 tsp Cuisine Kerala Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsPomfret fish(sliced, Avoli) - 500 gTomato(finely chopped) - 2 cupsOnion(finely chopped) - 2 cupsCurry leaves - 1 sprigThick tamarind pulp(puli) - 1/2 cupOil - 1/2 cupSalt(As reqd) - For masala:-Ginger(garlic paste - 1 tbsp) -Fenugreek powder(A pinch, Uluva) -Chilly powder - 3 tbspTurmeric powder - 1 tspCoriander powder - 1 tsp Votes: 10 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Instructions Clean and wash the fish and keep aside. Mix together the ingredients for the masala with a little water and make it into a paste. Heat oil in a pan or a kadai. Add curry leaves and onion and saute. When it turns translucent, add tomato and saute well. When it becomes a bit pulpy, add the masala paste. Fry, till the raw smell goes and the oil starts to separate. Add tamarind pulp and a cup of water. Allow it to boil. When the gravy becomes a bit thick, add salt. Add fish and cook, till the fish is done. :- Serve hot with rice or cooked kappa. Share this Recipe DinnerEasyKozhikodeLunchMalabarMappilaNaadanSidedishSpicy 9 comments 0FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail roshellemerandezRelated Posts Fish Biriyani | Meen Biryani Kerala Style Biryani With Chicken Or Mutton Indian Butter Chicken Easy Curry Kottayam Style Beef Fry Kerala Style Easy Chicken Curry | Kerala Chicken... Spicy Kerala Fish Curry (Meen Curry)9 comments roshelle merandez April 7, 2006 - 12:00 amThanks Deepak.I am glad you liked my recipe. and thanks for the suggestion of kasoori methi..i will try it Reply aryan January 6, 2006 - 12:00 ammmmmm this was really good!!!! good with puttu, rice and chapattis!!! Reply Vinod October 5, 2009 - 8:20 am Excellent…easy to prepare . Reply Anu October 24, 2009 - 10:16 pm Excellent.. Thanks for posting this recipe.. Made it today.. it is fantastic!! Reply indu March 15, 2011 - 2:43 amI tried it, it was really good..thank you. Reply Deepak C Menon November 13, 2005 - 12:00 amThis was so very easy to make, and tasted soooo very good. I was taken back to my childhood in Kerala upon tasting this. Great recipe, thanks, Roshelle!PS – I substituted lemon juice since we did not have Tamarind, and added some kasoori methi at the end, and it tasted just great. Reply malini. September 26, 2005 - 12:00 amsoooooo good,and very easy to make.i am from calicut and it tasted just like my grandma`s meen curry.i had it with rice and it was so good.i put less chilly powder because my husband doesnt eat very spicy food,thanks roshelle Reply Sheelu Rajesh May 24, 2006 - 12:00 amAdipoli fish curry,itz so spicy & tasty,my husband loved it.We had it with kappa —-very good combination. Roshelle try more receipes so we survive. Thankx buddy Reply Raman December 5, 2006 - 12:00 amExcellent…easy to prepare and it tastes just gr8 Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyRemember my details in this browser for the next time to post comment.