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Is Sankara fish good for frying?

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Red Snapper fish(also known as Sankara meen in Tamil) is a white flesh fish and it goes really well with Indian spices & flavors. ... Nevertheless it still tastes awesome with the wonderful flavor of curry leaves and coconut oil. For the good fish curry and fry, all you need is some tartness, spiciness and salt.

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