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Apr 29, 2005 3:32 pm re: The Witches' brew!(Highly recommended :-))

H@r!$h Vittal

Did i imagine this to be a poetry thread. BTW, LKg i can boast that i am an accomplished cook and have been for over an decade (God, that makes me so old)

Here's one for the carnivourous kinds -

Shark pootu
[Serves 6]

Ingredients -
Shark - 500 gms
(boil until well done, strain all the water out)
Turmeric powder - 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Chillies - 3 (split in the middle)
Pepper - Granular (about 3 teaspoons)
Oil - 2 tablespoons
Onions - 1 (finely diced)
Garlic paste (about 4 pods)
Cinnamon stick - just one small bit
Coriander - for garnishing

How to -
Saute the onions in the pre-heated oil. Add the cinnamon. Saute until nice, brown & soft. Add turmeric powder and the salt. Add the slit chillies. Keep stirring. Add the boiled, strained shark. Stir well. Add pepper to the mixture and keep stirring. in about 5 minutes, the mixture won't stick to each other(like egg burji) due to all the stirring. Add coriander as garnishing.
Best served with Rasam.

Bon Apetit!

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