Considered the supreme fish in every Bengali home, Hilsa defines grandeur. Its buttery texture and palatable oily taste sets it apart and offers it its royalty status among fishes. Try these easy recipes with our Bengali cut Hilsa.
Elisher Shorshe Jhol (Hilsa In Mustard Gravy)
Preparation Time: 30 minutes
- Heat oil in a pan and fry Hilsa lightly.
- Mix turmeric, chilli and mustard paste with a little water.
- Add to the pan with salt and green chillies.
- Reduce flame and continue simmering in plenty of gravy.
- Serves 8.Shorshe Ilish tastes best when served with rice.
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Doi Maach (Hilsa Fish In Curd)
* Rub turmeric, salt and a little of ginger over Hilsa.
* Put it in a bowl, cover with foil and steam the fish for 20 minutes.
* Add hing, salt, ginger, green chillies and sugar together.
* Add the steamed fish into the curd mixture and tightly cover with a lid.
* Heat ghee in a pan, add onions and pour the ghee over the fish in the curd.
Preferably serve cold or at room temperature. Serves 6.
Doi Maach tastes best when served with rice.
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