SQUID FRY


Squid in seafood is good source of protein and

good cholesterol . Deep frying increases the bad

cholesterol levels,like fried calamari . When

cooked or baked the effects are vice-versa.So do

your check before cooking . Once in a way

having dishes like this is no sin,but considering

healthattacks it’s best to give prominence to

what you put on the table .

This recipe is boiled and stir fried with less oil.

An excellent side dish for any meal !

To the recipe now

INGREDIENTS

500 gm cleaned and cut squid

2 onions sliced

2-3 tomatoes

1/4 of a coconut

A little tamarind soaked in water ( size of

gooseberry) or kokum or vinegar

1 tbsp chilli powder

3/4 tbsp coriander powder

1/2 tsp turmeric powder

1/2 tsp coarsely ground pepper

1 tsp cummin seed powder

1/2 tsp garam masala

1 tsp ginger garlic paste

Curry leaves

Salt to taste

2 tbsp coconut oil + a little butter or ghee

1 tsp rice flour ( to thicken )

1 tsp chilli powder (for cooking in pressure )

METHOD

•First cook the squid with 1 tsp chilli powder

and salt in a pressure cooker for 2 whistles.

•Allow the steam to release on it’s own.

•Heat oil in a kadai add curry leaves and

onions and sauté till light brown.

•Grind the tomato,tamarind and coconut

together,and add to the onions .

•Add in the rest of the spices and cook till oil

starts to separate .

•Add the cooked and strained squid ( reserve a

cup of the liquid ) and mix well.

•Next add the reserved stock with rice flour

and cook till thick mixing at intervals .

•Finally add a tsp of ghee or butter and remove

from fire .

Garnish with kasuri methi or curry leaves

•Serve!

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