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Fish Curry without OilFish Curry without OilJoey Matthews shares an easy fish curry recipe made without a drop of oil. Fish cooked with tamarind juice, coconut, onions, tomatoes and chillies in a clay pot. Fresh, easy and quick.
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Q. What is Dredging? A. In simple words, dredging is a cooking technique used to give your food a crispy coating. In this process foods are coated with flour, breadcrumbs or any other dry or wet material. Fish fillets, boneless poultry, pork cutlets, and veal cutlets are some of the foods that are often dredged in flour and other dry ingredients before cooking.
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