Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Unakkameen(Salted dry fish) Chathachathu

Ingredients:

  • Salted fish 2 to 5 pieces
  • Dry chilly 5 to 7
  • Shallots 5 to 10
  • Garlic 5 to 10
  • Turmeric pdr
  • Curry leaves
  • Oil
Soak the dry fish in water for 2 to 5 hrs. Squeeze out the water from the fish and fry it . Crush the shallots, garlic and dry chilly. Keep it aside. Then crush the fried fish using mortar and pestle. Heat oil in a kadai and add curry leaves, crushed shallots and garlic. Saute it well and add the crushed dry chilly and turmeric pdr. Put the fish into it . Reduce the heat and saute it well.

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39 comments:

  1. Kidu!!!! ente Favorite ...ithu mathram mathi choru unnan..yummy yumm!!!
    Kothiyayittu vayya...

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  2. Would be perfect with curd rice Tina...yummmyyyyy

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  3. Tina,

    Ithu kollamallo, nice clicks

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  4. Looks delicious Tina .Pls collect ur award from my blog dear

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  5. Looks deli, and sounds easy........great recipe , and great presentation asusual.

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  6. Wow tempting dish, looks yummy...

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  7. Looks yum and I'm sure must've tasted yum too. :-)

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  8. Easy and yummy recipe,unakka meen kittuvanel............mallu storil thappatte

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  9. Nice interesting curry da....looks so yummy :)

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  10. Tina, I have a BIG Request for you. I visit your blog everyday. Actually after ethakka puttu you put so many recipes but we couldn't find those in your blog so plz plz plz add those recipes too....

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  11. ethu oru puthiya item thanne..kanji mathiyallo ethinu combiaayituu..njan eppol evde irunnu ariyathe vellam erakukayayirunnu..:P

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  12. New to me. Love to have with rasam rice.

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  13. I have some unakka meen w/ me which I didn't know what to do with... Now I do... Thanks for sharing..

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  14. Fish looks delicious. Very innovative and unique style of preparing fish. I liked it very much.

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  15. Awesome click...Thanks 4 sharing this wonderful recipe

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  16. this is a new one for me..........i will try this dear.yummmyyyyy

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  17. Wow...now i regret for not bringing bck some unakkameen on my last visit 2 Kerala... superb click Tina...

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  18. Super click...ithu kurachu thannal, pakaram sarkkaravaratti tharam..hehehe...

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  19. enthammo.kothiyaaavunnaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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  20. mmm, love the way the dish has turned out am all into it!!! Very simple to make and definitely should have been very tasty!!!

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  21. Hmmmmm so yummmmy, that my kind of dinner, can you pass the bowl, online, please?

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  22. Lovely!..looks amazing.. I like this even with green chillies...

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  23. I wish I liked fish because this looks very tempting.

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  24. miam miam, delicious dish; I 'd love it with curd rice!!!

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  25. Won't you never run out of classic keralite's recipes?? ;)..
    madakkusan, chakka varuthathu,malli chammanthi...meen chathachathu...are all my favourites :)...should try your version of tomato dal soon :)

    Cuuute profile pic over there..:)

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  26. ente daivame..ethu kanditu sahikunile..ente fav items analo tina eppol oninu purake onayi post cheyune..adhyam kurka dhe eppol unakka meen..shooooooooo

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  27. kidilam post.. kandittu thanne kothiyavunnu...

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  28. im always on the lookout for meat n fish recipes for DH. This looks superbly simple!

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  29. Hi Tina! I have never tasted this, but reading over the ingredients I know I would like it ~ what a wonderful combination of flavors.

    Thank you for sharing it, and teaching me about new things. :) I love visiting your blog!

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  30. നന്നായിരിക്കുന്നു ടീന.കൊതിയായിട്ട് വയ്യ

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  31. Something my hubby would love to dig into:):)

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  32. Tina - I have few awards for you at http://padmasrecipes.blogspot.com/2010/02/sweet-potato-paratha.html

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  33. looks yummy!this is something new for me.I'll definitely try this!

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