Great Mangalore Seafood Festival – Our Prize Dishes
It is not often that you get to taste such amazing seafood that too in Pune. Keeping that in mind Mystic Flavours was hosting the Great Mangalore Seafood Festival at their location in Warje, Pune.
There was a high demand for the amazing seafood and we did our best to ensure that all the guests were accommodated to the best of our abilities. Some of the delicious seafood dishes that were served during the seafood festival are mentioned below:
Mangalore Fish Curry: This turned out to be one of the most popular dishes amongst our patrons. They just couldn’t seem to get enough of it. The Curry is prepared in true authentic Mangalorean sytle and is full of flavour and spices and taste. To make the mangalorean curry we use only the freshest ingredients such as fresh coconut cream, freshly scraped coconut shavings. To add the spice we have a specially prepared paste of mirch powder, haldi and tamarind. Best to be had with plain steam cooked rice, or another variety to try is to have the curry with neera dosa which is another method to eat the curry especially in the souther region of the country.
Pomfret Fry : Another one of our special dishes that the crowd was just going gaga about was the Rawa fried pompfret. Now if you have ever been to Goa, chances are that you might have had the Goan version of the fish and you might have even enjoyed eating it. This mangalorean version of the dish is slightly different than the Popular Goan variety of the rawa fry. For starters the paste normally used in the Mangalorean version is very thick accounting for the fact that it includes a large number of herbs that have been thoroughly mixed with the ginger garlic and red chilli powder paste. Along with these pastes when you add rawa to the batter it provides a unique texture to the fish where the dish is crisp and crunchy on the outside but when you take a bite the tender fish fillet juices just ooze into your mouth leaving you wanting for more. The combination of chilli powder and ginger garlic is also so unique that at first it tends to surprise you when you take the first bite.
Prawns sukha: Who doesn’t love prawns? Keeping the love for prawns in mind Mystic Flavours in Warje presented a prawns dish with a different mangalorean dish. Normally prawns sukha is had with a spicy semi thick gravy made out of chilli powder, coriander, kadditpatta. We added a special tinge of lemon juice to the mix to add a tangy flavour to the item which was just thoroughly appreciated by our customers.
We had several other dishes on offer which were absolutely the talk of the town and much loved by all our patrons. With the affordable prices we attempted to bring a revolution to the love of sea food to all. Our Mangalorean seafood festival was just the beginning of our festive offers and we hope to bring you guys a lot of other surprise offers that I am sure you will all relish with fervor. Looking forward to your continued patronage and hoping to see all of you back at the restaurant soon.
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