Meen curry (fish curry) is a quintessential dish of Kerala with its unique taste, it uses kodam puli (malabar tamrind), which has unique medicinal properties.
Kingfish, or Surmai, as it popularly known as, is a delicacy in the Indian subcontinent. It’s generally prepared when fresh, this Kingfish fry recipe is wonderfully blended with spices to impart a rich flavour to the fish.
Kaalia is a very popular Bengali style of fish curry with thick gravy& moderately spicy, must for every Bengali & tastes best with steamed rice.
Beckti Kasha is a popular Bengali preparation with a thick gravy and tastes tangy, and works well as an appetizer and also a main dish.
Ilish is an oily fish rich in essential fatty acids(omega 3 fatty acids), it helps in decreasing cholesterol and insulin levels. This recipe is really tasty, you should adjust the spice to your taste.
Ilish, also spelled Elish, is a popular fish in Bengal and Orissa, the national fish of Bangladesh. Doi Ilish gives a sour & spicy taste to the already tasty Ilish. This recipe is very easy to prepare.
Ilish is one of most popular fishes of Bengal, being a seasonal fish it is relished all throughout the season in all possible variations. This fried recipe is a hard-core favourite side dish for rice & khichudi.
Biriyani is a well loved item & Hilsa is one of those rare foods which Bengalis are weak at. Hilsa Biriyani offers you an irresistible combination of the rich biriyani & tasty hilsa.
Moong Dal with Katla (Catla) fish’s head, is a well known traditional Bengali Recipe. The combination is a favourite to all Bengalis.
Hilsa or Ilish is the most popular fish to Bengalis . In this recipe Illish fish is prepared with mustard seeds paste and then steamed. Ilish can be cooked in very little oil since the fish itself is very oily. This dish is very easy yet very delicious.