Cooking a 40 Pound Shark in My Village – Cooking a Shark in the Traditional Way

Cooking a 40 Pound Shark in My Village – Cooking a Shark in the Traditional Way

Adding turmeric powder. Add the shark pieces and let it boil. Remove the sharks once they are cooked Remove the skin and bones from the shark. Add lime juice. Add salt. Add red chili powder. Add gram masala powder and mix them well. Add oil Add curry leaves Add chopped garlic, ginger and shallots and fry them well. Add chopped green chilies. Add salt. Add red chili powder. Add garam masala powder. Add lime juice. Add the shark meat and cook for 10 to 15 minutes.

100 thoughts on “Cooking a 40 Pound Shark in My Village – Cooking a Shark in the Traditional Way”

  1. actually top predadors are one of the most dangerous fish to eat due to acumulation of toxins in trophic chain. Shark meat is good but should be ocasional. Wonderful to see you cook .

  2. Sharks don't eats us we eat shark
    Cuz sharks can only kill 6 humans in a year
    While we kill 100 000

  3. பேசும்போது நீங்கள் தமிழ் என்று தெரிகிறது …..வெளிநாட்டினரும் பார்ப்பார்கள் …..அதனால் ஒவ்வொரு பொருளை போடும்போது ஆங்கிலத்தில் பொருளின் பெயரை ஆங்கிலத்தில் எழுத்து வடிவத்தில் போட்டால் அவர்கள் தொடர்ந்து பார்ப்பார்கள் ……மேலும் வளர வாழ்த்துக்கள் ……

  4. . Doesn't shark meat taste like piss… and shark skin is made of dermal denticles, i don't know…what else you can eat on this earth….

  5. Garlic, shallots, ginger ,chilli pepper and lemon juice.
    Did i leave out any ingredients?
    Thank you for sharing

  6. I never tried shark before but the way they cooking it,I really would love to try at least one bowl

  7. My family is from Trinidad and they do fried shark and Bake aka (Fried Bread ) . TO also note they arent mass killing of the sharks

  8. I wish all the vegans would go in a cave somewhere and lick the walls until their tongues fall off and their eyes go dark, so that they don't have to worry about seeing others and them eating meat!!! Get the blank outta here!!!

  9. Theirs sand shark and leopard sharks. Aren't you supposed to skin them in the process of cleaning, before cooking? Oops, spoke to quickly, seems easier to skin after cooking. Shark is good meat, at least I thought so as a kid deep sea fishing in San Francisco.

  10. Hey brother's am hungry can I have little bit a shark 👍👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍

  11. Hey brother's am hungry can I have little bit a shark 👍👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍

  12. I do like that they cut to an empty shark instead of showing all the guts. Sometimes it’s just really gross to see that. They’re also using all of it which is great to see

  13. It's nice to see the whole shark used instead of like shark finning where just take the fins and throw the body to waste. It looks pretty tasty!

  14. Is the skin discarded? In Bengal, we don't have sharks, but do eat fish-skin along with the fish. The subcutaneous layer of dark fat is just delicious!

  15. I think it could be other ways to cook the shark, like bbq. That boiled shark looked a little disgusting

  16. Yum yum ….. that look delicious , I love curry ! Don't know what 1/2 of that ingredient is ? Wish your would post that recipe ? Better that shark than me ! I feel safer swimming now than that shark ! Keep up the great work !

  17. I eat shark all the time, it’s delicious. I’m just wondering the ingredients. I’ve never boiled it. I always grill it with lemon pepper.

  18. I don’t eat meat and I’m not bothered. Idk why a vegan would voluntarily watch this just to upset themselves. I wonder if a vegan jumped into a shark tank, filled with great whites,how understanding and respecting the sharks would be of them..

  19. UGH!! That dam meat is poisonous!! That meat is very unhealthy!! It's packed with mercury!! just because you caught it does not make it good to eat!! Shark meat is incredibly dangerous because sharks are apex predators who accumulate high levels of toxic chemicals and heavy metals from both skin absorption and from consuming their prey.

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