Curry Fish Head

Curry Fish Head

Description:
Curry fish head is a dish whereby the fish head (usually that of a red snapper) is semi-stewed in a Kerala-style curry with assorted vegetables. These vegetables include okra and brinjals, and once the dish is ready, it is served with rice or bread. Tamarind (asam) juice is usually added to the curry fish head to create a sweet-sour taste and sometimes, coconut milk is added to the curry to give it a milky flavour.

Trivial:
One of Singapore's national dishes, fish head curry was created by a chef who wanted his South-Indian style food to cater to a wider clientele. His creation turned out to be a hot (pun intended) success.

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