This Mackerel Sukkha can be had as a side dish with rice or with chapatis. Addition of “teffal” gives the dish a unique taste. “Teffal” is a Konkani word and the seeds are shown in picture below. Kokum petals have a tangy taste and addition of all these ingredients makes this dish spicy and tangy. OK, now I am feeling like eating this dish as my mouth is watering. Do try and let me know how it turns. Meanwhile I’ll find out what is “Teffal” called in English and come back and update this post.
Ok, “Teffal” means Sichuan pepper 🙂
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