Kolhapuri-Style Fish Fry | Kolhapuri Massa How To Make Kolhapuri Fish Fry

How To Make Kolhapuri Fish Fry

Hi! This is Abubakar Fareed.

One such recipe that was simple and quick option was Kolhapuri style fish, or what we call it at the home as Kolhapuri Massa.


  1. 1 cup Dry Coconut (grated)
  2. 1-inch Ginger (chopped)
  3. 10-12 Garlic Cloves
  4. 1 cup Coriander Leaves
  5. 2 tbsp Kolhapuri Garam Masala
  6. 1 tsp Turmeric Powder
  7. 2 tbsp Red Chilli Powder
  8. 1/4 cup Garcinia Indica Juice (Kokum) Salt (as per taste)
  9. 1/2 cup Oil
  10. 6 Black Pomfret (sliced)


Let’s find out how we can make this delicious recipe. For the Masala we will cook one cup dry coconut that has been grated. It is also possible to make use of desiccated Coconut. The Coconut will be roasted and dark brown colour. The Coconut is roasting beautifully. We can turn off the heat and then remove it in the mixer grinder. In this, I’m planning include 1″ of of roughly chopped Ginger. 10-12 cloves of garlic. 1 cup of Coriander Leaves. 2 tablespoons from Kolhapuri Garam Masala, also known as what we call home is Kolhapuri Chutney. The recipe for Kolhapuri Chutney will be provided within the box that describes it. Let’s add a tsp of Turmeric Powder. and 2 tbsp of red Chilli Powder. To add some spice to this Masala I’m going include 1/4 cup Kokum Water. If you don’t already have Kokum liquid or Kokum,, you can substitute Lemon juice. Salt as needed.

Then I’m going to grind this into a fine paste. Our Masala is now ready. Here I have six Slices from Pomfret the Halwa basically. You can make it with any Fish you like. What we’ll do is to heat the Tawa and pour in about half a cup oil. Then, we will spread a heavy layer this Masala on the Fish only to one of the sides. The remaining Masala is to be smearmed on the fish pieces. I’m going to sprinkle a bit of oil on top. Then, we’ll simply cover the dish and cook on an extremely low flame for about 10 minutes. There is no need to flip the pieces , you simply need to cook it in this manner and then serve it. After 10 minutes that’s how gorgeous the fish appears. You can tell, it’s well cooked as well. You can remove it from the platter for serving right now. The hot and delicious Kolhapuri Fish is waiting to serve. It is usually served with Jowar Roti or Bajra Roti, but you could offer it alongside Chapati or bread that you prefer.

Try this simple recipe.




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