Relish the tangy fish curry of Mangalore with this Fish Gassi recipe.
Indian’s love for fish curry is truly eternal. With the advantage of location, Indians face no shortage of seafood, especially fish. From mustard paste to tomato gravy, Indians can cook fish in any gravy. One of such delicious fish curries is called ‘Meen Gassi’. Quite popular in the coastal belts of Mangalore, it's a tangy gravy made primarily with jaargey, a dried exterior of local Mangalorean fruit. We know you are already salivating and we won’t keep you waiting. Here’s the recipe if you want to try this curry at home.
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Regionally, this curry is eaten with rice. You can serve it with rice or roti. Make this curry on weekend and relish the flavours of Mangalore at your dining table.