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Fish Puttu/Fish Stir Fry



Fish Puttu/Fish Stir Fry

Fish puttu is a delicious comfort dish. It is scrambled fish stir fried with onions and spices. I often make scrambled fish with caramelized onion,but this is a more healthier version and tasty too. I tried this recipe for the first time at my aunts house in Chennai. It looked very similar to meen thoran, but had a different taste and I love this dish.Any meaty fish can be used to make this recipe like shark,salmon or king fish. Here I have used Tuna.Fish puttu tastes delicious with rice and rasam.

Ingredients
Fish- 1 1/2 lb
(here I used fresh Tuna)
Onion- 1 medium
Chopped Ginger- 2 tbs
Chopped garlic- 1 tbs
Grated coconut- 3 tbs
Green chilly- 3-4
Cumin- 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder- 1/3 tsp
Pepper powder- 1/3 tsp
Asafotida- a pinch
Urad dal-1 tsp
Curry leaves- a few
Chopped coriander- a hand full
lemon juice- a few drops

 

Cook fish with turmeric,salt and pepper powder. Sprinkle a few drops of water and cook. Allow this to cool. If the fish has skin and bones take it out and using a fork scramble it and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and when they splutter add urad dal and let it get golden brown. Add hing, curry leaves, ginger, garlic and green chilly and stir fry for a minute. Next add onion and saute till golden brown. Add chilly powder, a pinch of turmeric,cumin powder, coconut and the shredded fish. Stir fry this for two to three minutes and add chopped coriander and lemon juice. Serve with rice.

Try this
Hope you will all enjoy!


Comments

  1. Once in a week I make this healthy puttu for kids, love ur version n click too...
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  2. super Suja.. never seen anything like this.. never cooked fresh tuna, alwayz use the canned one in busy weekends..

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  3. Sincere comfort meal Suja..New to me..Looks absolutely adoring...Lemme try and see.

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  4. Wow super delicious puttu, love this anytime I can survive with this dish alone :) Super tempting clicks too!!
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  5. I love this Suja... Looks so inviting

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  6. wow chechi this is my fav :) love your version, makes me want to try them

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  7. Looks yum and I have never tried making this. I think I should do this sometime.

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  8. wow ma fav puttu.. very yummy
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  9. this sounds like a fab idea..next time i make puttu, this shall be it :)

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  10. Super fish stir fry recipe Suja, mouthwatering here....

    today's recipe:
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  11. Suja this is my favorite....I know I have mentioned this in many of your posts but truly this is my favorite...

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  12. Love this fish puttu very much, an excellent side dish for hot piping rasam.

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  13. looks so good...will try it out & let you know..
    Tasty Appetite

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  14. This sounds yummy..A new dish for me,Photos are very nice...
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  15. Loved this fish puttu....very delicious.

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  16. First I thought u made puttu with fish filling :)
    Good one..I love fish..can't live without eating fish :)

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  17. healthy and hot fish recipe..great....
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  18. Wow!!! i can finish the full bowl..

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  19. Tempting n Mouthwatering puttu...Love this to have some!

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