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Fish Ambotik Recipe

1493217_791096227685242_4898157679018027201_nFish Ambotik curry is a famous sour and spicy seafood preparation commonly found in Goa and along the Konkan belt of Maharashtra.
The unique sour flavour of the dish comes from the tamarind and fenugreek seeds while the heat is added from the kashmiri chillies and garlic. Ambotik curry can be prepared using a wide variety of fish; Indian mackerel is used here today.

Delicious with steamed rice and veggies or pair it with pav; this fish curry will be a delicious delight for the seafood lover.

1. 1 kg Indian mackerel; gutted and cleaned
2. 1 ½ red onion; 1 finely chopped and ½ for making spice paste
3. 6 dry kashmiri chillies
4. 2 tbsp brown tamarind paste
5. 8 large garlic cloves (use more if using small ones)
6. 1 ½ tsp turmeric powder
7. 1 tsp fenugreek/methi seeds
8. 3 sprigs fresh coriander leaves
9. 2 ripe tomatoes, cut into large chunks
10. 3 tbsp vegetable oil
11. Salt, to season

1. Cut each mackerel into 4 pieces including the head. Clean and keep aside.
2. Blend the kashmiri chillies, ½ onion, 1 tbsp tamarind paste, garlic, fenugreek seeds, turmeric powder and half of the coriander leaves into a smooth paste. Add water if necessary.
3. In a large vessel or earthenware pot, heat oil and add the chopped onions. Saute till lightly softened and the onions start to brown.
4. Then add the ground paste and sauté till the oil clears.
5. Next add the tomatoes and sauté for another minute.
6. Add water to achieve the consistency of choice (this is a semi thick gravy suitable for eating with rice). Season with salt.
7. Bring to boil, taste and add more tamarind if necessary. Then add the fish pieces.
8. Cook on high for 5 minutes and then cover and simmer till the fish pieces are cooked well and the gravy has achieved the consistency of choice.
9. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.
10. Serve warm with steamed rice. If you would like to have this curry with pav or other breads, then go for a slightly thicker gravy.

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