Konkani or Malvani is the cuisine of the Southern Konkan region of Goa & Maharashtra. Although, Malvani cuisines are renowned for predominantly being non-vegetarian, there are many vegetarian dishes as well.
Konkani Fish Curry from the coastal regions are effortlessly the best curries in the whole world, reason being availability of fresh fish, fresh coconuts & a fresh stock of dry red chillies.
Konkani cuisines are eminent for using coconut liberally in distinct forms such as grated, fried, coconut paste and coconut milk. The spices used in Malvani fish curry recipe include dried red chillies, coriander seeds, peppercorns, cumin, cardamom, ginger and garlic. Some of the Malvani dishes use kokum, tamarind and raw mango.
The Konkani Style Fish Curry requires a varied range of ingredients to produce a festival of flavors in your mouth. It ranks among one of the classic Malvani cuisines & traditionally it is prepared in earthen pots. It typically uses Pomfret, Kingfish or Makerel, which are easily available in Indian fish markets.
Try your hands on this luscious & finger licking Konkani Fish at home & surprise your guests.
Don’t be afraid to spice up the curry as the fish tends to be bland & coconut milk will add a sweet taste to it. And this Konkani Fish Curry tastes better after a few hours of preparation or even the next day, as the fish absorbs the flavors.
Follow the detailed instructions given below to make scrumptious Konkani Fish Curry at home: