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Its probably because Bengal being such a fertile land and with loads of rivers the balance between vegetables and fish is always there. Whereas in the Western parts of India though the majority of population is vegetarian they mostly stick to different types of lentils for their daily home made recipes.What is your opinion of this?
Shrimps have their own way of making a boring curry like lau-er tarkari (bottle gourd curry) or kumro boti into something with a wonderful taste and gives a different feel to the texture. And, when it comes to talking about shrimps how can chingrir malaikari (shrimps in sweet coconut gravy) be far behind. This sweet and thick authentic Bengali recipe is a pride of the Bengali kitchen. It cooks almost instantly, but is one of the most coveted recipes.
How long do you think a Bong can be without fish? Not long. With tens of rivers crisscrossing the state and the huge Bay of Bengal in South Bongs have a special knack for fish.
For those of you who are afraid to have fish because of those bones, your search ends here. The fish dumpling recipe – an authentic Bengali fish recipe is your last stop.
Tilapia is a very common fish in the US. While you’ll get many recipes on poached or grilled tilapia a spicy Bengali tilapia curry is hard to find. Read more and enjoy this spicy gravy with warm white rice.
I easy and tricky way to make the fish haters fall in love with fish.
Fried or curried shrimps and prawns has its own place among the fish lovers. The tangy and tasty preparation has loads of mustard paste and raw mangoes to get that familiar yet so different taste of the prawns.
The softness of its flesh and its awesome taste has made it the queen among all fishes. Ilish is the talk of the town for this monsoon. Enjoy it at your home with this easy to cook hilsa recipe
Back to roots with the typical Bengali fish curry – the rui macher jhol anek saji diye (rohu curry with lots of vegetables)
The Poila Baisakh special series, starting with Tel koi
Sharing the joy of India winning the World Cup Finals with microwaved ilish paturi
Doi ilish – a guest post from a very loving Bengali couple – Anindita and Santanu
Quick and easy way to prepare the much sought after Bhapa chingri
Searching for a perfect authentic Bengali shrimp recipe for this winter click on to know more.