Dried Fish $ Brinjal Curry

Dried fish -100gms,soaked in water for 30 mins
Onion-1,finely chopped
Egg plant/Brinjal-cut into large cubes,1cup
Green chillies-2,slit
Curry leaves-1sprig
Gambojee tamarind-1-2pods
Fresh grated coconut-1cup
Chilli powder-1/2tsp
Coriander powder-1tsp
Turmeric powder-1/4tsp
Oil/Coconut oil-2tbsp
Salt as per taste

Crush the fish with the pestle.Add this in a pan with turmeric and 1/2cup water.Allow it to cook.In a separate pan heat the oil,add in the onion,ginger garlic,green chillies and curry leaves.Saute it well.add the chilli and coriander powder and allow it to roast.Now add the brinjals and saute it.Add the gambojee tamarind and some salt but remember that the fish is salted.When the brinjals are half done add the fish and half cup of water.Grind the coconut to a smooth paste.Pour this into the curry and allow it to heat on a low flame.Switch of the flame before it starts to boil.
Serve with hot rice!!!!!!!!


Hamaree Rasoi said...

Though I am not a fan of dried fish but my parents are crazy about it...will pass on this recipe to my Mom.

Tamilarasi Sasikumar said...

Delicious dryfish curry...love it...

Todays Recipe : Palak Paneer / Spinach Paneer

Rosita Vargas said...

Realmente exquisito indo plato me encanta,saludos abrazos y abrazos.

Suja Manoj said...

Makes me drool..tempting

divya said...

awesome recipe...very inviting ...love it

Priya Suresh said...

I dont mind inviting myself to ur place to enjoy this delicious and fingerlicking dry fish curry.

Rita Bose said...

I don't like dried fish that much, but looking at your dish, I will definitely try this out. Looks so delicious!!

Ananda Rajashekar said...

Brinjal and fish i never though would make a great combo....looks wonderful!

Sona - Quick Picks said...

My husband is a diehard fan of dry fish. .so should definitely try this out for him. First time here. Nice blog. Happy to follow you. Do drop by my space as well. .

Shabbu said...

Yummy curry...

Rita Bose said...

Looks so inviting! Drooling over here!! :)

Teena Mary said...

wow..that is an interesting combo!! You are really creative :)

Shri said...

Biny this is a completely new recipe for me; where is this popular?