Every seafood lover's weakness is this spicy king fish curry with coconut. One of the most famous East Indian recipes is the Fish Curry. The curry has a gorgeous red-orange colour, is hot and tangy, and is delicious. You would want to indulge in this simple fish curry recipe for spicy kingfish (seer or surmai). 

One of the easiest and most delicious methods to prepare a snack is a fish fry. Want some crunch on a chilly night or while it's raining outside? Fill your hunger for a snack by making this recipe for neymeen fries. Additionally, a good source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Vitamin B-12, and Selenium is Neymeen or Seer fish. Use this fish dish to incorporate seer fish into your diet.

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King Fish Fry was a dish that was frequently served with lunch meals. Kingfish, or "Neymeen" as it is known in Malayalam. Kingfish is a delicious fish, and it tastes much better when it's fried. For a healthy tomorrow, it is advisable to eat more fish than poultry items. Meat causes your body to store fat. Having hot rice and kingfish curry prepared in the style of Kerala for lunch is a beautiful combo.

The taste of the meal is enhanced by adding lime juice to the marinade, which gives the King Fish Fry Kerala Style its distinctive and peculiar flavour. Lime's somewhat acidic taste pairs well with fish's flesh. You may adjust the spice level to suit your needs. Slices of fish that have been marinated will better absorb the hot masala. In contrast to fish curry recipes, frying the fish brings out its natural taste. Kids often prefer moderate food that isn't overly spicy. The fish fry's spice level can be adjusted if children are around. But they’ll love this dish all the same.

Ingredients

  • 4 pieces Kingfish

  • 5 or 6 nos Shallots

  • 4 or 5 nos Garlic

  • 1 nos Ginger

  • 3 sprigs Curry leaves

  • 1 cup Grated coconut

  • 1 tsp Fennel seed

  • 1 tsp Cumin seed

  • 1 tsp Pepper seed

  • 3 nos Dry red chilli

  • 1 tbsp Red chilli powder

  • 1 or 2 tsp Salt

  • 3 or 4 tbsp Oil

Method

  • Firstly we have to grind dry red chilli, fennel seed, cumin seed, salt and pepper seed into a fine paste.

  • Then we add shallots, garlic, ginger and red chilli powder into a fine paste and set aside.

  • Then apply the masala paste to the fish pieces one by one.

  • Now keep the marinated fish pieces for half an hour, keep aside.

  • Heat sufficient oil in a pan, add the curry leaves and allow to splutter for a few seconds.

  • Then add marinated fish pieces and fry them well.

  • Drain and keep aside.

  • Take a bowl add grated coconut and grinded masala paste, and mix them well.

  • Then we use the same pan for frying this coconut mix.

  • Finally, add fried fish and mix them well. Remove from fire and set aside.

  •  Serve the delicious fish fry with meals.

Ta da! The easiest fish fry snack is ready. Nom nom!