Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style

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Sole Fish Curry recipe comes with special additions of tamarind extract and curry leaves. The delectable Manthal Curry in Kerala Style packed with the goodness of fish and simmered with aromatic and flavorful herbs and spices, is a real treat. This delicate fish tastes great in a curry or even when deep fried. I love it both ways. Just remember not to overcook it. The flesh is gorgeous and my son loves it. Enjoy this  Hot and Sour Manthal Curry in Kerala Style tastes awesome with a bowl of rice! If you are really craving for a fish that will satiate your soul, then Sole Fish Curry is for you. Since Sole fish is mild in taste, kids love it. The meat is firm but delicate. Of course you will have to remove the little bones before you feed kids. For those living along the coasts, fish is a delicacy as well as a staple. Thank God, in Kerala, God’s Own Country, you will find an abundance of all varieties of fish.

What makes Sole Fish Curry unique and special, is the tangy flavor of tamarind blended with the spiciness of the dish. Most of the fish curry dishes in Kerala Cuisine has this unique blend and that is what makes the fish curries in Kerala so special. Almost all Malayalee’s crave for a spicy fish curry for noon day meals along with Kachiya moru and some thoran dishes as an accompaniment. And Manthal Curry in Kerala Style is no exception. You will love it. Sole fishes come under the good category fishes. Consuming fish is healthy and nutritious, rich in protein and other vital nutrients required for body. Kids as well as elders need a protein rich diet for smooth functioning of body. You can explore a well detailed Manthal Curry in Kerala Style here that can be easily prepared at home.

Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com

Sole Fish Curry

Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Kerala
Servings 6 People

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Remove the skin/scale of the fish, wash thoroughly and cut into pieces if its large fish or leave as it is.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Add red chilly powder, turmeric powder and salt into the cleaned fish. Pour 1 cup tamarind water, mix well and keep aside.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • In a deep bottomed pot (preferably clay pot) heat oil and splutter mustard seeds and then add fenugreek seeds, crushed ginger-garlic and fry it.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • To this add the sliced tomato and green chilly.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Saute till it becomes soft.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Now pour the masala water without adding fish.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Cover and bring it to boil for 8-10 minutes.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Finally add the fish and cook for 4- 5 minutes in medium flame.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Add curry leaves and remove it from the flame.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com
  • Sour and Spicy Sole fish curry is ready now.
    Sole Fish Curry | Manthal Curry in Kerala Style – pachakam.com

Notes

You can visit this link Sole Fish Fry. You can also visit this link Unakka Manthal.
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    Arun April 19, 2022

    Is it normal tamarind or kudampuli that’s used?

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      aley kurian April 19, 2022

      Use normal tamarind for the dish.

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