snapper fish in tamil

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Well, as a big fan of seafood, I am no exception, gazing at the google images, trying hard to match some of my home town catches to whats sold over here in local markets.Please share the names which have been left out and feel free to point out the corrections.Red snapper fish, ingredients: For Marinating Fish, red snapper fish - kg cleaned.The heat should be in medium-low and not high else the fish will get burnt quickly.Its officially summer and I have been trying ways to keep my body cool, I will be sharing more summer recipes, so stay tuned.I was drained with few personal priorities that kept me away from blogging but I am so glad to get back on tract.Bluefin Trevally, vatta, Kuluvel, Oyupara, Maduthala, paarai.Learn HOW TO make - king fish fry - anchioves fry, karimeen fry, south Indian fish fry, fish cutlet, fish Manchurian, fish puttu, tamarind fish curry (Amma's recipe).The next day take the fish out and bring it to room temperature (30-40 mins) and then heat pan with oil and place the fish and let it cook on each side for 6-7 minutes such that the fish is fully cooked.

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Anchovy, nethili, Natholi, Netha, Nathal, Kozhuva (indian Anchovy).
Fish names are quite different and varied in local dialects.
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Fenugreek seeds - 1 tsp, sesame seeds - 1 tsp, red chili powder - 1 1/2 tsp.English, malayalam, tamil, telugu, kannada, hindi/ Marati, arabic.Serve hot with rice and curry.The same is true about salmon, tuna, seer fish and mackerel.Sheela, Ooli Meen, Pilinjan, Cheela, Goli, Gola, Oozha, Seela.Jellow, obantol, Kanaki, ghalse, Badvi, Badri, Jaban Tal, al Gidd, Agam, Al Kebeer, Sabaat.Once the get cooked switched off the flame and garnish with chopped coriander leaves.Serve it hot and enjoy with steamed rice.