Pona Kachkolar Jhol from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Cooking Banana Rohu recipe

Pona Kachkolar Jhol from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog
Pona Kachkolar Jhol from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Cooking Banana Rohu recipe

Location : West Bengal. Preference : Non-Veg. Taste : Salty.

Ingredients : Pona (Rohu), Cumin, Green Chilli, Turmeric Powder, Salt, Potato, Kachkola (Cookin Banana), Mustard Oil, Nigella Seed, Water, Sugar.

Recipe at a Glance : Clean and chop pona ⇒ paste cumin and green chilli ⇒ marinate pona with turmeric powder and salt ⇒ chop potato and  peeled off kachkola ⇒ split green chilli ⇒ fry chopped pona and keep aside ⇒ fry chopped potato ⇒ add split green chilli, nigella seed and kachkola ⇒ fry ⇒ add turmeri cpowder, salt ⇒ fry ⇒ add cumin-green chilli paste ⇒ fry ⇒ add water ⇒ cook with cove to tender ⇒ add fried pona and spoon of sugar ⇒ cook with cover to tender ⇒ it’s ready to serve, let’s taste. ▶️ Video Help

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Nabeela says:

    Nice recipe….

    Liked by 1 person

    1. THANK YOU VERY MUCH !

      Like

  2. edochie99 says:

    Yummy, yummy. Look appetizing.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. thank you, please take a bite. Do try.

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  3. DadBodEatsUK says:

    Love the idea and think it’s great that you’re bringing all Indian food into one place!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you dear, it is one of the traditional foods of the state of India, West Bengal.

      Liked by 1 person

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