Thursday, 5 March 2015

Kurumulaku mathi roast / Pepper sardine


Kurumulaku mathi roast / Pepper sardine


Sardine is a very common and cheapest fish available in Kerala.It is rich in calcium protein and fatty acids.It is an easy and simple recipe and really tasty one too.My hubby loves this version of sardine and mathi pollichathu (sardines in banana leaf wrap).Bachelors..try this easy method...

Ingredients :

  • Mathi / sardines : 1/2 kg
  • Shallots / kochulli sliced : 1/2 cup
  • Fish tamarind / kodam puli : 3
  • Ginger (crushed )  : 1/2 " piece
  • Garlic (crushed ) : 5-8
  • Tomato chopped : 1
  • Pepper powder : 1tblspn
  • Chilly powder : 1 tspn (optional)
  • Coriander powder : 1tspn
  • Curry leaves : 2 spring
  • Salt

To temper :

  • Shallots / kochulli chopped : 1 tspn
  • Fenugreeks  / uluva : 1/2 tspn
  • Coconut oil

Method :


  • Wash and clean the fish .
  • Keep it in a clay pot or pan.Marinate the fish with all other ingredients(except "to temper")
  • Add one cup of  water and cook it in medium falme.
  • Once it reaches the right consistency switch off the stove .

  • Now heat a pan with oil and add fenugreeks.
  • Now add chopped onion  and fry it for few seconds.
  • Pour it in to the curry.
  • Mix it gently

Note :

  • You can use tamarind extract instead of fish tamarind (gambooge)
Kurumulaku mathi roast / Pepper sardine
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11 comments:

  1. Simple fish stir fry..looks so nice and tempting

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  2. Simple fish stir fry..looks so nice and tempting

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  3. Sardines are my fav. Recently in Thessaloniki, Greece I had boneless sardines. Just the flesh! It tasted heavenly! Left me wondering how they debone the fish.

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  4. Woow.. recipe in earthen pots will make it more tastier :)

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  5. Good one...perfect with Kappa

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  6. though I dislike sardines this looks really yumm..my family will love this..

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