Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Neimeen (king fish ) in cashew gravy


Ingredients:
Neimeen/King fish: 1 kg
Onion chopped: 3 cup
Ginger crushed: 2 tbsp
Garlic crushed: 2 tbsp
Green chily slitted: 7-8 nos
Tomato sauce: 3 tbsp
Soy sauce: 1 tbsp
Curry Leaves: 1 spring
Salt: to taste
Cashew nut paste: 1 cup
Red chilly powder: 3 tbsp
Coriander Powder: 2 tbsp
Turmeric powder: 1 tsp
Tomato sliced: 2 cup
Water: 2 cups + 1/4 cup


Method:
Soak cashew in water for 1/2 n hr and grind to a smooth paste. Heat oil in a pan or manchatti fry ginger, garlic and green chilly, add onion fry till the raw smell goes. Add red chilly powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder saute for 2-3 minutes, pour 2 cups water also add enough salt, allow the gravy to boil, add the fish pieces. Cover and cook for 5-10 minutes. Add tomato sauce, soy sauce and chopped tomato to the curry, rotate pan with your hands. Pour the grinded cashew paste and cook for another 2-3 minutes. add the curry leaves. Serve with bread or appam.


23 comments:

  1. That photo is soo addictive.. I think I spent at least 5 minutes looking at it drooling...

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  2. Looks rich, creamy n delicious

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  3. Rich looking fish gravy,super tempting.

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  4. Rich and drool worthy fish curry..adipoli recipe

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  5. We are huge on fish and seafood, but I've never tried anything with cashew gravy. Scrumptious!

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  6. Adipoli gravy ...never tried with cashew paste in fish curries,yummy !!
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  7. love the gravy!! super rich and creamy!

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  8. Thick and delicious looking curry...Adipoli...

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  9. Such a creamy & yummy gravy!!
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  10. Tempting!!!!!!!!Will definitely try your version of this curry

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  11. Mhmm delicious...very tempting.

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  12. What a creamy and yummy looking curry.

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  13. Yummy and rich curry...good one !!

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  15. Seer fish is my fav. Lovely and creamy curry. Never tried adding cashews. Looks marvelous.

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  16. wow...fish curry looks absolutely yummy dear !

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  17. Fish!!. cashew gravy is yummy!!
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  18. never tried fish and cashew gravy before. Will add it to my list for xmas. Jaisy, Anzzcafe has completed 1 year of blogging. You were amongst the first readers of my blog and your words were a great source of encouragement. Thank you for being a part of my small world.

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  20. fish curry with cashews is new to me but looks amazing...Sherin i mince my chicken in a processor with all the ingredients.see dat it was minced finely.If u bought from the store then it is fine.I dont leave the mince out after grinding for long ...I dont know why it was not sticking.Next time if this happens try adding some gram flour or shape it like sausages.u dont need the skewer then.add some oil may be 1 tsp to the mince.If u leave the kebabs on the grill...it may come out dry so leave it in a tray lined with foil.I know the base becomeswet.But when one side is done u can turn it over.It may also depend on the oven probably....do try it out and let me know....really happy to get some feedback

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