One of the (many) reasons to marry a South Indian – Mangalore Fish Curry!

Walking into the kitchen this morning my nostrils were hit by a tantalizing smell, one that also aroused Tommy from his slumber.
The Boss had decided to make one of my favourite dishes, Mangalore Fish Curry.
One of the, of course, countless bonuses of being married to such an angelic creature as The Boss, is that she is a magician in the kitchen. Something my ever present friend Tommy thanks me for on a daily basis.
So here is a visual journey through the creation of a delicious lunch:

Freshly grated coconut

Freshly grated coconut

The Boss' box of magic tricks

The Boss‘ box of magic tricks

Ingredients ready for dry roasting

Ingredients ready for dry roasting

Dry Tamarind

Dry Tamarind

Roasted ingredients in the Mixer

Roasted ingredients in the Mixer

Coconut added
Finished masala

Finished masala

The most important ingredient - Fish

The most important ingredient – Fish

The finished Curry

The finished Curry

Chutney Ingredients

Chutney Ingredients

Coconut Chutney

Coconut Chutney

Mangalore Fish Curry, Red and Green Spinach, Coconut Chutney, Brown Rice

Mangalore Fish Curry, Red and Green Spinach, Coconut Chutney, Brown Rice

Have to go now. Tommy and I have a meal to finish!

By the way, this was the first plate of many! And if for any strange reason there is any left over (not likely), Mangalore Fish Curry and fried eggs is a breakfast made in heaven!

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3 thoughts on “One of the (many) reasons to marry a South Indian – Mangalore Fish Curry!

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