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8 Mouth-Watering Fish Recipes Straight From A Bengali Kitchen!

In all of India, there’s no one who knows how to cook fish better than the Bengalis. Take a leaf from their book and cook up one of these delicious Bengali fish dishes.

1. Chital Macher Muitha

Chital Macher Muitha is a traditional Bengali dish but it has gained in popularity over the border since partition. This ambitious meal consists of clown knife-fish dumplings.

2. Chingri Macher Malaikari

Chingri Macher Malaikari is one of the most popular fish recipes among the Bengalis. It’s made with prawns and is cooked in thick, spicy coconut milk.

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A very happy and healthy new year to all of you. We are back from turkey, gained few kilos and thus back on keto. But we had to share a dish that is special to begin the year on a happy and yummy note!. . We will share the yummy meals we had in turkey too soonish! . Chingri Malai curry is probably every Bengali’s one of the favouritest dish and thus we gave it a try. Also it is keto friendly.. so I guess we are going to have a lot of it in coming weeks.. . Recipe: Ingredients: Prawns, coconut milk, onion and. Ginger paste, green chilli and mustard oil. . Marinate the prawns in salt and turmeric. . In a pan add some oil and whole spices: bay leaf, cinnamon and black peppercorn. . Now add the onion and ginger paste and sauté. . Once it is cooked add the thick coconut milk half a cup. . Sauté and let is come to a simmer. . The. Add the second coconut milk one glass. . Leave it to simmer for 5 mins and now add your prawns. . Cook it for 5-7 mins more and done. . Have it with rice and some green veggies or if you are on keto just enjoy it as is. • • • • • #ketosis #ketodinner #ketorecipe #ketogenic #healthyeating #ketodiet #foodsg #cleaneating #ketolovers #weightloss #highfat #lowcarb #highfat #ketolife #ketogenicdiet #indianfoodblogger #igsg #sgig #bengalifood #instasg #sgfoodlover #chingrimalaicurry #indianfood #sgfood #singaporeinsiders #igerssingapore #chingri #prawns #sgfoodie #iamchubbypotato

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3. Hilsa Paturi

If traditional Bengali food is what interests you then it is likely that you are aware of the ingenious preparation and presentation techniques of the local people. Hilsa Paturi involves covering the fish pieces with banana leaves before cooking.

4. Daab Chingri

Daab chingri is another wonderful Bengali fish meal served inside a coconut. The prawns are blended with spices and is cooked in a tender coconut.

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Bengalis and their love for fish needs no introduction. The Bengalis have varities of recipes for every fish. This preparation of prawn is one of my favourites. . • . ➡️Daab Chingri is a Bengali prawn curry, cooked and served in green coconut. . Daab Chingri is a popular Bengali dish.It is often cooked during Pohela Boishakh and other auspicious events. Other than being popular in Kolkata, this is popular in Bangladesh too. As it is served with the coconut, it gives a very different taste to the prawns. . • Where will you get this? . ?The Bhoj Company. So if you haven't tried Bengali food yet drop down to this place and enjoy the authentic Bengali Cuisine. . • ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ✔Follow @missgastronomic for more updates! ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #chingri #bengalifood #bengali #bengalicuisine #foodlife #kolkata #blogger #kolkatafoodblogger #bloggerlife #calcutta #prawn #daabchingri #calcuttafood #missgastronomic #likesforlikes #follow #followforfollow

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5. Bhetki Fry

For something a little less intricate, why not try bhetki fry, a common meal at Bengali weddings?


6. Rui Macher Jhol

Rui or Rohu fish curry is another less complicated recipe of fish served in tomato and onion gravy that can be made to suit every budget.

7. Tangra Macher Jhol

Another lighter and simple meal is Tangra Macher Jhol, a spicy but very light gravy cooked with tangra fish and black cumin seeds.

8. Shorshe Ilish

Of course, no discussion of Bengali fish meals could be complete without Shorshe Ilish, known as the king of fishes. This traditional meal is fish cooked in mustard gravy and is known for its richness, strong spicy bite and lingering aftertaste.

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