Ingredients :

500 grams curd,
2 cups curd(yoghurt),
1 teaspoon sugar,
1 teaspoon cumin powder,
1 teaspoon turmeric powder,
2 teaspoons red chilly powder,
1 onion,
4 teaspoons ginger paste,
1 cardamom,
1 inch cinnamon,
1 bay leaf,
5 tablespoons flour,
4 tablespoons mustard oil
salt to taste.

Preparation time : – 25 minutes

Serves : – 2


Make a paste of the onion and keep it aside. Now take the fish and wash it well and cut it into cubes. Take the flour and put it in a plate. Roll each cube in the flour so that its evenly coated on all sides. Take a frying pan and pour two tablespoons oil and put in the fish. Fry on a high flame till the fish turn golden brown. Remove from oil and pat dry the extra oil with some paper towels. Now add the remaining oil and when its very hot add the cardamom, cinnamon and bay leaf. Saute briefly and put in the ginger, onion, red chilly powder, turmeric and cumin. Sprinkle a little water if needed. Fry for a while or till the raw smell of the masala leaves. Blend the curd and pour it in. Simmer and cook till the oil begins leaving the edges of the pan. Put in the fish cubes, sugar and salt to taste. Mix well and cook till the gravy is thick and is a dark golden brown. Remove from flame and serve with plain white rice.


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