Andhra Fish Curry Recipe | How To Make Andhra Fish Curry Recipe

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Malabar Matthi curry, also known as fish curry is an Indian dish that can be found in many parts of India. It consists mainly of vegetables and meats such as okra or onions with sardines usually stewed for hours until they’re ready to eat! The key ingredient here though has always been rice which makes up 80%-90%.
The word mal means Sea so this type of food would have originated from fishermen who caught their meal while out at sea; however, there are few versions where coconut milk replace tamarind juice during the cooking time making sure you try them both when preparing.

Difficulty: Advanced Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 1 hour Total Time 1 hr 10 mins
Servings: 5 Calories: 404
Best Season: Suitable throughout the year


Nellore Chepala Pulusu (Andhra Style Telugu Fish Curry) is a tangy, spicy, and finger-licking good dish. The original Nellore chepala pulusa recipes did not include pepper or coriander but many cookbooks mention it. I have made both versions of this recipe with the addition of these two spices; they add earthiness that's perfect for those who enjoy robust flavors in their food!



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