South Indians especially Malayalees like tapioca and fish curry.
Tapioca is almost pure and contains very few nutrients on its own, it has no impressive health benefit. However, it may some times be useful for people who need to avoid grains or glutten.


  1. Tapioca 1 kg
  2. Coconut 2 cup
  3. Small onion 7 nos
  4. Garlic 4 clove
  5. Green chilli 2 nos
  6. Turmeric 1 tea spoon
  7. Sal for taste
  8. Oil 2 table spoon
  9. Mustard 1 tea spoon
  10. Curry leaves 4 stem


Smash Coconut, long green chilly,4 small onion, garlic, turmeric well. Keep it aside.

Peal the outer layer of the tapioca and chop nicely. Properly wash the tapioca, then boil the water and add tapioca. Take enough time to cook and strain the water. When the starch is gone then add little water, salt and smashed ingredients in the tapioca. Wait for five minutes for steam and remove from the fire.

Heat the oil in the pan, add mustard to sputter, then add nicely chopped small onions and curry leaves. Add this in to the tapioca and mix it well.


Meckarel fish has rich source of omega 3 fatty acid. It is an oily fish.


  1. Meckarel 1/2 kg
  2. Oil 2 tbsp
  3. Mustard 1/2 TSP
  4. Fenugreek 1/2 TSP
  5. Kashmiri chilli powder 2 tsp
  6. Corriander powder 1/2 tsp
  7. Ginger 1 small (2 inch)
  8. Garlic 6 cloves
  9. Small onion 3 nos
  10. Pot Tamarind 3 nos
  11. Terneric 1/2 tea spoon


  1. Clean and cut the fish equally. Place a cooking pan on the fire pour oil, add mustard, fenugreek, thinly chopped garlic, ginger, small onion and curry leaves saute it well and add kashmiri chilli, corriander, turmeric and mix it well and when the smell comes from the mix add tamarind and salt then enough water, after boiling add fish into the gravy.
  2. Cook ten to fifteen minutes until the fish is cooked and gravy thickens.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Winnie says:

    Sounds delicious. I love curry. 😋

    1. sunipukadiyil says:

      We enjoyed it together! I knew you like meckarel fish! Thank you for your lovely words Winnie! ❤🤗

      1. Winnie says:

        That’s great! You’re welcome, Suni! 😊❤️

  2. Nice recipe!!!

  3. Curried foods are my favorite!

    1. sunipukadiyil says:

      Glad to know

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