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1 November, 2017

Shorshe posto Bhetki-A flaky boneless fish cooked in mustard and poppy seeds sauce

Shorshe posto Bhetki-A flaky boneless fish cooked in mustard and poppy seeds sauce
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Share This: Bhetki is a catadromous  fish ,a fish which migrates from river to sea for breeding.When caught from the rivers in Bengal this fish is very popular in flavor for Bengali cuisines.When the same fish  is caught from sea,it loses its flavors which are required to cook it the authentic Bong way.All restaurants in
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30 August, 2017

Fish kabiraji cutlet recipe

Fish kabiraji cutlet recipe
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Share This: If you are from Kolkata,the fish Kobiraji cutlet will definitely hold a special place in your heart.It is a recipe which is from the British era when Kolkata used to be a Winter capital of India  and derived from the English coverage cutlet recipe.The boneless fish or chicken fillets are covered with a
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1 August, 2017

Machher kalojire jhol(Fish curry with nigella seeds)

Machher kalojire jhol(Fish curry with nigella seeds)
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Share This: This may be one of the simplest fish curry recipe you have come across  as well as an extra ordinary one.It is also highly customizable and you can add your favorite ingredients creating amazing range of varieties.I had learnt this dish after my marriage ,watching  my mother in law cooking ,as it seemed
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5 July, 2017

Bengali fish curry with cauliflower

Bengali fish curry with cauliflower
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Share This: I am delighted if sometimes get a chance to visit  Kolkata during the Winter season. Kolkata ,earlier known as Calcutta is the capital of Bengal which is a state in North Eastern part of India.Since my marriage I  have the chance to visit the city of joy only once a year,and that may
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24 January, 2017

Mumbai restaurant review|Salmon cooking event at Bennies by Flags

Mumbai restaurant review|Salmon cooking event at Bennies by Flags
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Share This: Spent an amazing evening at “Bennies by Flags” ,Lokhandwala Andheri West trying my hands on a Desi Salmon recipe on 23rd January. Bennies by Flags is a multi-cuisine restaurant in Mumbai which specializes in authentic continental,Lebanese,Middle Eastern,Mexican and Thai cuisines.It had partnered with Norwegian Seafood council for  promoting the use of Salmon in Indian cuisines.Salmon
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11 January, 2017

Maas di Noroxingho paat or jool(Fish in curry leaves gravy)

Maas di Noroxingho paat or jool(Fish in curry leaves gravy)
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Share This: This is an authentic recipe from Assam in North East India.It consists of small whole river fishes or carps cooked in a gravy of curry leaves paste .The curry leaves which is a traditional Indian aromatic herb and is very popular in South Indian cuisines is also known as “Noroxingho paat” in Assamese
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5 January, 2017

Masor tenga(Sour fish curry)

Masor tenga(Sour fish curry)
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Share This: This is a flavorful tangy fish curry from the North Eastern part of India.The flavors here are fresh and subtle.Spices used are minimum.The state of Assam is situated on the banks of river Brahmaputra  and fish farming is predominant here.Fresh water fishes like carps are generally used in the fish dishes.”Maas” in Assamese
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20 December, 2016

Ambat tikhat surmai(spicy tangy fish curry)

Ambat tikhat surmai(spicy tangy fish curry)
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Share This: This is a spicy and sour fish curry prepared in the Western ghats of India .Ambat means sour and tikhat means hot in local Marathi language. Surmai is a sea fish locally known as king fish due to its price.It is an expensive fish pertaining to the fact that it is comparatively a difficult
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Indrani Sen