THIS COCONUT-BASED CURRY HAS ALL THE SPICES AND FLAVOR GOA IS KNOWN FOR.
Coastal Indian food is one of my favorite cuisines! If you haven’t tried it, I highly recommend giving it a shot.
I just got back from Goa in India and it was a culinary delight.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Goa. It is a state in the southwestern coast of India. The cuisine incorporates a lot of coconut, seafood, rice, and spices. Two spices you will see a lot of in Goa as well as other South Indian dishes are Curry leaves and mustard seeds. Both give the food a distinct flavor customary to the south of India.
Goan Fish Curry is one of my favorite dishes of the region. It incorporates your common Indian spices such as Cumin, Coriander, Turmeric, Curry, and Garam Masala, but also contains coconut milk, mustard seeds, and curry leaves.
Indian food may seem complicated, but I assure you once you have the basic spices stocked, it’s quite simple and just about mixing and matching the different warm flavors.
I hope you guys love this curry as much as I do. If Fish isn’t your thing, I have subbed with prawns, chicken, or vegetables such as cauliflower, sweet potato, or okra, all with great results