If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you might’ve noticed that I’m going through a phase of vegetarian obsession. In fact, I’ve been cooking and baking quite a lot of veggie and fruit dishes lately. So I think it’s time to take a break.
As the name suggests, this Goan fish curry is inspired by the traditional fish recipe from the Western state of India. Most of the recipes from Goa are influenced by Portuguese who had trade relations with the place centuries ago.
The subtle spicy flavor of this fish curry makes it a much loved dish around the world. It’s easy to fall in love with the indulgent, rich coconut sauce. In fact, there’s just something that makes this dish highly irresistible.
More Fish Curry Recipes
- Indian Fish Curry | Video
- Meen Mulakittathu | Red Fish Curry | Video
- Bengal Fish Curry
- Meen Peera | Fish with Shredded Coconut | Video
- Fish Tikka Masala | Video
Traditionally Modern Food says
Being a vegetarian I haven’t cooked / tasted it.. But it looks like a great dish.