Oct 03 , 2023

Coastal Curry Chronicles: 8 Indigenous Dishes to Satisfy Your Seafood Cravings must try

By True Scoop

Kokum Fish Curry (Goa): A tangy and spicy curry made with kokum, a souring agent, and fresh fish, reflecting the unique flavors of Goa’s coastal cuisine.

Tamarind Rasam (Tamil Nadu): A comforting and tangy soup made with tamarind, tomatoes, and spices, often served as an appetizer in Tamil Nadu’s coastal regions.

Khubani Machli (Hyderabad): A delectable fish curry made with apricots and a blend of aromatic spices, showcasing the influence of Nizami cuisine on Hyderabad’s coastal offerings.

Squid Koliwada (Mumbai): Crispy fried squid rings marinated in a spicy batter, a popular street food snack from Mumbai’s bustling coastal areas.

Sannas (Goa): Fluffy, slightly sweet steamed rice cakes often served with spicy seafood curries, adding a unique texture to your coastal dining experience.

Pulasa Pulusu (Andhra Pradesh): A special Andhra dish featuring seasonal fish known as “Pulasa” cooked in a tangy tamarind-based curry.

Chingri Bhorta (West Bengal): Mashed prawns blended with spices and served with rice, showcasing the love for seafood in Bengali cuisine.

Pootharekulu (Andhra Pradesh): A sweet coastal treat made with rice paper stuffed with jaggery and nuts, offering a delightful dessert option to end your seafood feast.