Friday, April 4, 2014

Tangra Macher Jhal | Tangra Fish Curry

After a long break I am here again. Friends it was very difficult time for me. I was too busy and could not continue my blog post thoroughly. New place made me very fussy and busy too. Some alterations and changing environment made me uncomfortable too. Anyway i am here again. And of course I think it is another lovable innings for me again.
Lets share me another Bengali delicacy of fish. Tangra fish one more tasty and healthy fish which has really some tempting preparations in Bengali's basket. Before some years I can say i would not like to it this fish . But now this is my fab and hit list fish only. I am very happy to share this recipe as it is easily available in Pune too. Me and my son liked it so much.Its textures is just wonderful. One red curry of tangra fish is just marvelous and tasty too. With warm rice this curry goes very nice.

Tangra fish as some nutrition benefits too like it is full of vitamin C,Vitamin A,Calcium and iron too.

Tangra Fish Curry | Bengali Tangra Fish Curry

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 20 mins
Serving :2

Ingredients :

4 pcs tangra Fish (marinate with salt and turmeric powder)
6 tbsp oil(mustard oil)
1 tsp cumin powder
1/2 tsp Red chili powder
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1 big Tomato (grated)
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
2 tbsp coriander leaves finely chopped
3-4 green chili slited
1/2 tsp onion seeds
Salt to taste

How to cook :

Heat oil in a pan
Fry marinated fishes and keep aside
Soak dry spices without onion seeds in water
Add onion seeds in rest of the oil
Add green chili and tomato puree to it
Add soaked spices and stir until oil separated
Now add 1 cup warm water to it
Add fish and cook 2 mins.
Adjust salt .
Sprinkle coriander leaves to it
Serve hot with warm rice.


Unknown said...

Curry looks awesome .

Ruxana Gafoor said...

welcome back...curry looks yummy

Nava K said...

Been wondering why I haven't seen you posting anything. Glad that you're back. Its a lovely fish curry; one which I will try out because I'm married to someone who practically survives on fish.

Priya Suresh said...

Very different and completely a fingerlicking fish curry,Welcome back dear.

Unknown said...

Dear Nabanita,
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