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Saturday, 22 October 2011

Mathi Mulakittathu (Sardine in hot chilly Gravy)





Mathi mulakittathum Kappa Puzhungiyathum (Sardine in hot chilly Gravy and Boiled Cassava/Tapioca)..  What to say about this? It’s one of the combinations which give a nostalgic feel and really hard to resist the temptation even by just hearing it’s name. And thanks to our new cook that he chose ‘kappa and mathi’ as  dinner menu. I know to many of my readers, this recipe won’t be a news, but to those minority who doesn’t what this luscious dish is all about, please have a try....
The Best combination of this dish is here - Kappa Puzhungiyathu (Boiled Cassava/Tapioca)


Ingredients:

Sardines – 8-10 no’s
Red chilli powder – 1 Tb spoon
Sliced Onion – 1 no. Big
Green chilli – sliced 2 no.s
Tomato – 1 no. Cut into pieces
Cut green leaves – 1 generous pinch
Mashed ginger and garlic – ½ Tb spoon
Thick tamarind juice – ¼ cup
Salt – to taste
Turmeric powder – ½ teaspoon
Fenugreek – 6-8 seeds
Oil – 2 Tb spoon

How to:
1.       Pour oil in a pan and on heating put fenugreek seeds, on spattering, add onion, green chillies, green leaves, ginger and garlic and sauté till softened. Add tomato to this mixture and fry for 2 minutes. Put chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt and mix well. Add tamarind juice (squeezed in water with hands) to this and add ½ cup of water to this. If more piquant gravy is needed ¼ spoon of ground pepper can also be added. Leave this mixture to boil for 5-10 minutes in medium flame.

2.       Clean and cut the sardines. It’s better to put 3 to 4 horizontal lines on both surfaces of the fish with knife so that the fish fully absorbs the spicy taste of the gravy. Put the sardines gently into the above gravy and leave it to cook for 2 minutes in high flame. Take care to stir the mixture very gently. Lower the flame and leave the gravy to be thickened keeping the vessel closed for 5 minutes.





Now enjoy the supremacy of Kerala’s unique taste – particularly the ‘toddy shop’ special dish. Sluurrrpppp.....!!! I bet, it’s mouth-watering.

2 comments:

Sarah Naveen said...

ichira parcel ayittu poratte!!! wanna gobble up entire thing now :)

Amateur Cook said...

A sardine in hot chilly sounds very delicious!  ✓

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