Indian fish sambal recipes

Malaysian Sambal Shrimp

Malaysian Sambal Shrimp

Bhetki Fish Curry, Bengali Fish Curry. You guys are going to love this recipe for Sambal Shrimp that she has graciously put together for you guys
FIsh Ball Noodle Soup

FIsh Ball Noodle Soup

While its been usually ready made fish balls, this time around I made them from two fresh pieces of tenggiri/Indian mackerel and used the bones and skin for the broth/soup
Lahori Fish Fry

Lahori Fish Fry

Rather than make a batter, I decided to keep the seasoning and flour mixture dry and coat the fish with it and fry the pieces in batches, much like Indian pakoras
Sunday Brunch and A Mildly Spicy Fish Molee

Sunday Brunch and A Mildly Spicy Fish Molee

In putting together an Indian dinner the casting list gets a little shorter. I accompanied this with a hot pineapple sambal which I served in the hollowed out pineapple for the coolness factor
Vegetable Pol Roti, Sambal & Soya Meat Curry - A Srilankan Breakfast

Vegetable Pol Roti, Sambal & Soya Meat Curry - A Srilankan Breakfast

Srilankan Cuisine ressembles very much like South Indian cuisine. Dishes are accompanied by pickled fruit or vegetables, chutneys and sambals, especially coconut sambol, a paste of ground coconut mixed with chili peppers, dried Maldive fish and lime juice
Bulgogi & Kimchi Kimbap

Bulgogi & Kimchi Kimbap

Indian Feast. and perhaps the addition of cooked fish or beef or eggs. Because the cabbage was so finely sliced, it wilted and took on the flavours of the fish sauce and hot chili paste fast
Please Pack Your Knives And Go. A Catered Event

Please Pack Your Knives And Go. A Catered Event

I love, love, love, to cook and what I cook is Indian food. I wanted things to be easy for me in a strange place, so the menu consisted of a quick-cooking fish with Kokum ( Mr

Postcard from Malaysia

Malaysia boasts a wonderful mix of Malaysian, Indian and Chinese food, along with the intriguing Nonya style of cooking, which blends Chinese ingredients and cooking techniques with Malaysian spices
Thailand: Pad Thai

Thailand: Pad Thai

Not being a big fan of Thai curries that are more soupy than traditional Indian curries, I almost always order the national dish when I go to Thai restaurants

Postcard from Malaysia

Malaysia boasts a wonderful mix of Malaysian, Indian and Chinese food, along with the intriguing Nonya style of cooking, which blends Chinese ingredients and cooking techniques with Malaysian spices