Monday, 17 September 2012


This Fish curry would really warm you up on a cold day. Very yummy and quick to prepare. Fish koftas are nothing but the fish balls. The fish balls are mostly deep fried. Here I have tried to cook them in a frying pan with little oil under very low fire.The curry even makes the koftas more yummy by making it soft and juicy as it goes in your mouth. No cream, butter or coconut milk added in this dish. You can enjoy it without being guilty.This dish goes well with chapatis, rotis, rice,naan etc. 


For the koftas:(Makes 15 koftas)

Cooked, deboned, shredded fish- 2 cups

Chopped onion- 1 medium sized

Grated carrot- 1 cup

Mashed potatoes- 1 cup

Ginger- garlic paste- 1 tbspn

Corn flour or bread crumbs- 2 tbspn

Oil to cook the koftas- 2 tbspn

Salt to taste

Koftas ingredients

For the coriander curry:

Ginger- garlic paste- 1 tbspn

Onion- 1 medium sized

Green chillies- 2

Tamarind- 1 small lemon size

Tomato- 1 large

Coriander/Cilantro leaves- One bunch

Oil- 1 tbspn

Salt to taste


1. Prepare the fish koftas by combining all the ingredients and prepare small ball shaped koftas.

2. Heat the frying pan, add the oil and place the koftas. Close the pan with a lid and allow it to cook for 10 minutes.

3. Once they are done they will appear like the ones in the picture below.

Koftas are ready now. Now we move on to the curry. You can opt to prepare the curry and the koftas simultaneously to save time.

4. Heat a sauce pan and add the oil.Start adding all the ingredients one by one and saute for a minute. Switch off the fire and let it cool.

5. Blend the ingredients in a blender and again bring it to a hot pan.

6. Add the cooked koftas to the curry and bring it to a boil. Switch off the fire and serve with the bread or rice of your choice.

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