Fish, when delicately cooked with exotic flavors, creates the perfect balance of taste seeping into the fish without overpowering it. In this recipe, we wrap the fish and steam it with some spices and the results are just mouthwatering and yet, delicate. The banana leaf flavors the fish ever so beautifully and delicately, taking it to another level, leaving you happily satisfied. Prep time: 15 min Marinating Time: 30 min Cook Time: 15-18 min Serves:…"Coconut Fish (Steamed)"
Kottayam is a region in State of Kerala, land of the Gods! And this dish is a very fine example of that wonderful cuisine that we hear so much of. The flavorful fish with coconut and tamarind gravy is perfect with some white rice and is sure to transport you to the place. Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 15 min Serves: 4-6 Ingredients: Tilapia or any Firm Fish – 1 lb, cut to bite…"Kottayam Fish Curry"
Doi Maach is a very unique dish with very little spices and the flavor of the fish is the star of the dish. “Doi” is Yogurt or Curds and “Maach” is Fish and the mix of the two is just right and a perfect blend. Rohu is an everyday fish in a Bengal and to get the authentic flavor, that is the best fish to use. Sometimes, it’s hard to find Rohu, here are some…"Doi Maach (Fish Cooked with Yogurt) – Bengali Cuisine"
This superbly mild (of course, can be made spicy) and creamy curry has the shrimp melting in your mouth. The soft and the juicy shrimp are a seafood lovers delight. One of the most popular and recognizable Bengali dishes will have you licking your fingers. Like all other regions and states, each region has it’s own style of making the dish. Enjoy this great version shared by Sayanti Chanda. Thank you, Sayanti! Prep Work: 10…"Bengali Shrimp Curry (Chingri Malaikari)"