Kali kali fish recipes

Devilled Prawns in Sri Lankan Style

Devilled Prawns in Sri Lankan Style

Be it chicken, fish or seafood, most Sri Lankans like to eat a devilled dish. Ingredients (For 1 serving dish/enough for 2-3 person)About 10-15 Prawns 2 medium size onions2 tspn ginger garlic paste2 green chilies1 tbspn red chili flakes (kali miris)1 bell pepper/or 3-4 banana peppers (Malu miris)3 tbspn tomato sauce1 tbspn soy sauce1 cup warm water1 tbspn corn flourCooking Oil 1 tbspn black pepperSalt as required
Dandeli, Karnataka

Dandeli, Karnataka

Our resort is situated on the bank of Kali River. Fishing. I spent a few hours reading on the porch, while Sadik and Yaseen went for fishing
Detox your body with Spices

Detox your body with Spices

Black pepper (kali mirch). Eating too much fish brings too much mercury in your system, causing fatigue and digestive problems
Rustic Greek Farmer's Salad

Rustic Greek Farmer's Salad

Kali orexi. Cut the tomatoes and cucumber into bite-sized pieces. Place into bowl and add, spring onion, capers and olives
Bakso Goreng (Fried Meatballs)

Bakso Goreng (Fried Meatballs)

sambil diuleni dng tangan atau diaduk rata dng spatula hingga kalis &. Masak sambil sesekali dibalik2 sampai bola2. sesekali dibalik2. 2 tsp Sesame oil, 1 tsp Fish sauce. 2 tsp Sesame oil, 1 tsp Fish sauce
BUTTER CHICKEN

BUTTER CHICKEN

chicken tikka biryanichicken kali mircheasy chicken biryani. Whenever we have a romantic cookout we include a non-vegetarian (fish or chicken) preparation along with all the veggie items
Cretan Dakos

Cretan Dakos

Kali Orexi. As far as the main course, if there's grilled octopus, fresh grilled sardines, or a whole grilled fish on a menu (in Greece), that's all I need to be happy
Melitzanosalata: Smoky Eggplant Dip

Melitzanosalata: Smoky Eggplant Dip

Kali Orexi ("good appetite" in Greek). It's not uncommon for the chef to have caught the fish or seafood (octopus, calamari, or sepia), raised the livestock (goat, lamb, or rabbit), pressed the olive oil, or crushed the grapes for the wine (or raki or souma) him or herself