#5 - Prawn Pepper Fry / Dry - A Kerala-Konkan delicacy
This is a veritable Kerala-Konkani classic recipe - a dry dish of prawns cooked with freshly ground black pepper. Maybe because both prawns and pepper are adored and available in plenty in this region, the two are married together in this dish. Simple and delightful.
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This dish is one of my personal favorites. This is so incredibly simple to make and fantastic to taste. This dish like very few other evokes the feelings of the sea to me. Incidentally, these sun dried shrimps impart a highly desired taste - umami - called as the 5th taste. What more can one ask for?
Click here for the full recipe: Sukkile Sungata Kismuri - Dried Shrimp Mix - Shrimp Kosumburi
#3 - CLAM RECIPE - Kubay / Kubbe / Tisre Sukke - AWESOME CLAM GINGER MASALA
This is an extremely easy and very tasty clam recipe. An absolute treat for seafood lovers in the Konkani style. This clam recipe can be made from any type of clam or mussel or similar and tastes fantastic.
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#2 - Green Masala Fish Fry - A Konkani / Maharastrian delight
This is a variation on the rava fried fish - a green masala! Need I say more - tastes great with everything.
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#1 - Fish Curry Recipe - Mangalore Konkani Style - Ginger and Onion base - Alle Kande Ambat
OK - this is not a very quick recipe - but supremely worth your time and effort if you crave for Konkani Jhalke ambat.
This is a very fragrant and tasty fish curry - slightly more complex than the standard "Alle Kande Ambat". We got this recipe from a family friend who is an excellent sea food cook.
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