When it comes to Bengal’s most-preferred fish, you cannot help but imagine rohu. Also called rui, this fish is arguably the most common lunch or dinner item cooked in most non-vegetarian Bengali households. And this local recipe has plenty of followers in India and abroad, thanks to the simplicity of the recipe, and the almost always available ingredients it requires. Read on to learn more about this simpleBengali-style fish curry recipe that is an assured crowd-pleaser, tastes heavenly without any fancy cooking techniques and complex ingredients, and is even easier to cook when your order fresh fish from Licious.
Bengali-Style Rohu Fish Curry Recipe
In Bengal, it doesn’t matter what time of the year it is, what season and what fish you have, there’s always a Bengali fish recipe to try.
A colourful fish, Rohu features dark scales on the upper body. It has bright red fins and a golden brown belly. The texture of rohu fish is non-oily and smooth. As far as the taste of rohu fish is concerned, it is non-fishy and pleasant.
Rohu is enriched with a multitude of nutrients, including Omega 3 fatty acids and a good amount of protein and healthy fats. Not only that, but it is also equipped with various vitamins such as B, A, and C.
Order Rohu Fish (Bengali Cuts) Online From Licious
With Licious, you don’t have to worry about waking up early in time to buy fresh Rohu from the wet market. All our fish and seafood are from the day’s catch, passed through 150+ safety & quality checks, and are always fresh, never frozen. To maintain freshness, we ensure constant temperature controls between 0-4℃ at every stage. What’s more, our fish and other products are free of added chemicals. Our expert meat technicians de-scale, de-gut, cut & clean the fish, so you can use it straight out of the pack with zero prep.