Jul 26, 2011

Bengali Yogurt Fish Curry

Bengali Yogurt Fish Curry
Hai Guys...I think everyone had a great day.. Hope you all remember the story which I told to you about the cake which I baked for my little sister’s friend birthday(To know about the entire story click here)... Today my other sister asked for another one cake to bake for her friend birthday(he he).I told her OK I WILL DO THAT...What to do!!! Duty of a caring elder sister..So I am baking a Lemon Cake with Chocolate Frosting(Yum Yum Right)..Don’t worry will post the recipe soon...The cake is in the oven and the lovely lemon aroma fills the entire house...

Now coming back to today’s recipe...This is the second fish curry I am posting in my blog..This is a yummy tangy fish curry from Bengal(hence the name).I used a boneless fish fillets for this,but you could use any fish in this....This recipe is modified from “Anjum Anand’s I love Curry” Cookbook..

Ingrediants:

Fish – 500 gms cubed (Any white fleshed fish)
Onion-2 chopped finely
Tomato -3 pureed
Curd-3 tblspn
Chilli powder-1 tsp
Coriander powder / Malli podi-2 tsp
Green chilli-1 slitted
Ginger Garlic Paste-1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Oil-4 tblspn
Coriander leaves-for garnishing

Method:

Heat oil in a kadai,Add in onions and cook till golden brown.

Add in ginger garlic paste and cook for 1 min.

Add in chilli and coriander powder and mix well.

Throw in the green chilli and tomato puree and cook till oil separates.

Pour in curd and mix well.Pour in a cup of water and bring that to boil.

Add in the fish pieces and simmer for 5 min.

Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with rice..

Pictorial:

The book which has this awesome dish

All your stuffs to make this curry

fry onions in oil till golden

add in ginger garlic paste

Throw in chilli and coriander powder

add in green chilli

pour in the tomato puree

Cook till oil separates
Add enough water and mix in the yogurt

Add in the fish fillets

cook on a slow flame till fish gets cooked
SERVE

Looks so yummy

Looks good in all angle

Enjoy with rice

35 comments:

Archana Vivek said...

Lovely pictorial rep.

SavithaRaj's Spice Land said...

Simple and delicious fish..love to have with rice..
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DD said...

my hubby will love it for sure!!!!

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Anna said...

que delicia de curry. me encanta!!!. tiene un aspecto delicioso. me lo noto para probarlo. besos

lola said...

ese plato se ve muy sabroso,se me hace la boca agua



¡¡besos¡¡

Foodafok said...

Wonderful food. You have to make.

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Delicious curry...looks wonderful..

Rous said...

¡Qué plato de pescado más rico, fantástico! Besos y feliz semana.

Isa said...

Tiene una pinta tremenda y esa salsita para mojar pan ¡¡¡¡Me encanta!!!!
Besos

paty said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. I'm glad you liked it and visit me whenever you want. Your blog also has very good recipes and i will come visit you whenever i can. cya

Simples Assim said...

Hi Aarthi,
I loved your blog.Very nice, very good recipes!
I'll bookmark your blog too.
Hope to talk to you soon.
I hope you fell welcome to stop by my blog anytime www.sosimplesassim.blogspot.com
Lylia

NENALINDA said...

Hello wapa thank you very much for visiting my blog it makes me happy you have liked it and go to do some recipe.
I like this fish dish with curri, though not if pus to find the ingredients to do it.
You have still had of luxury and insurance that this delicious.
A greeting.

são33 said...

UM PRATO BEM CONDIMENTADO.
GOSTO MUITO DE CARIL E ADOREI A TUA SUGESTÃO.
BJS

Saras said...

Nice twist adding curd instead of tamarind.. looks yummy..

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Chitra said...

this dish looks very spicy and tangy... gr8 fish curry

Solenoide said...

Aarthi!!, I love curry too!!, this recipe looks uhmmm, good, good!!!. I like very much your pictorials!!, and I think I can smell the curry hehe!!. I have a present for you in my blog, please visit it when you want!!. Kisses from Zaragoza!!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and inviting curry. Excellent preparation. Feeling temped to try this preparation today.


Deepa
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Cool Lassi(e) said...

Awesome curry! Looks eyecatching!

Jane said...

Yum love fish curries. This dish looks like it would be great to try!

Rekha shoban said...

very interesting n delicious curry!!yummy@

khushi ( a girl's diary) said...

very nice step by step pics.....being a Bengali love this red fish curry a lot....delicious recipe

Sharmilee! :) said...

Spicy n yummy curry

nadia said...

very nice...looks yummy..btw aarthi wats the nameof the fish u have used

Aarthi said...

@nadia...i used sheela fish fillets,but you could use any white fleshed fish

Tina said...

curry looks spicy and mouthwatering...

Manderley said...

Me encanta el curry! Tu receta se ve muy apetitosa.

Saludos

Karen Xavier said...

Looks great, I hardly eat fish... but I use the same base for many of my curry dishes.

schmetterlingwords said...

I have never used yoghurt in fish curries. Your pic vouches for the taste. Sure to try it this way next time :)

sabina said...

wud luv to try this because i make only 2 types of fish curry at home

Rujuta said...

Lovely pictorial presentation of recipe.. I am seriously drooling over the curry rt now :)
Yummy and fab...
Happy Blogging
Rujuta
http://theworldaccordingtorujuta.blogspot.com/

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Asan Sheeba said...

i tried it...it came gud
..Thanks aarthi

morri said...

This was our dinner on Saturday and Sunday :) The curry sauce was awesome, so very spicy and full of flavour, but the fish I bought was way too bony. We spent the whole dinner picking little bones out of our bowls, so we couldn't appreciate the meal properly :( I'd like to try this with a better piece of fish. My husband loved it though, even with all the fish bones he had to pick out.

Anantha Padmanaban Kanagasabai said...

Hi Aarthi,
Very nice blog which i have been browsing since last three to four days. Pictorial explainations. Great to bookmark this blog. I quickly see the pictures and learn. Interesting. Thanks for your efforts.

Ushnish Ghosh said...

wonderful recipe , will try , bit different from the Bong traditional Dahi fish (no tomato generally), but very nice recipe and the photographs

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