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Fish moolie

Fish moolie
Fish moolie or fish molee[1] (meen molee) is a spicy fish and coconut dish of possible Portuguese and/or Kerala origin. It is common in India and Malaysia. During the times of the British Empire is was spread into other places of South-East Asia, such as Singapore.[2][3]

The name may be associated with a kind of curry known among Malyalees of Southern India as Moli.[3]


  1. ^ Christine Manfield; Charlie Trotter; Ashley Barber (January 2008). Spice: スパイス料理レシピ集. Tuttle Publishing. pp. 116–.  
  2. ^ Tan, Sylvia (2004). Singapore Heritage Food: Yesterday's recipes for today's cook (paperback ed.). Singapore: Landmark Books. 
  3. ^ a b "Seafood of South-East Asia", by Alan Davidson, p. 329

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