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On the busy streets of the Candolim Road, is the chic colonial style restaurant and bar, 'De Candolim Deck Restaurant & Bar'. With its wooden interiors and styling, the restaurant has an inviting ambiance from outside.
Here’s how you relish the taste of authentic Kerala fish curry
Fish curry is as essential to a Malayalee as water is to fish 🙂 I have already posted the typical Kerala fish curry that is cooked most often in our home. That curry uses coconut milk and kodampuli (a variety of kokum that is indigenous to Kerala). The version I am posting today is the version without coconut milk. This type of curry is unique to the North of Kerala and is usually made very hot and spicy. This curry is used commonly for fish like King Mackerel(Nayee Meenu) or shark fish(Sraav).
My dad and a lot of the folks of the older generation would devour this curry by making balls of the cooked rice and dipping them in the sauce! Of late I have been making this version for myself since I am on a low fat diet and need to avoid coconut milk. And considering my current limitations…
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Join me on my journey as I bring you live the experience of some exotic North Indian curries.
In the evenings, the Colva beach is buzzing with strollers. The breeze is gentle and the sea waves lazily rise to their high tides. Add to it the candle light dinner with a mock-tail and you are talking about the Benny's Place.