Location: West Bengal.
Ingredients: Aar Mach (Long-Whiskered Catfish), Salt, Turmeric Powder, Ginger, Garlic, Green Chilli, Tomato, Onion, Potato, Mustard Oil, Bay Leaves, Cumin, Red Chilli Powder, Red Chilli Powder, Sugar, Water, Garam Masala.
Recipe at a Glance:
Step 1: Chop and clean aar mach, marinate with salt and turmeric powder.
Step 2: Make a paste of ginger and garlic.
Step 3: Split green chilli, chop tomato, chop onion, peel off and chop potato.
Step 4: Fry marinated aar mach and keep aside.
Step 5: Fry chopped potato in oil and keep aside.
Step 6: Fry bay leaves, cumin, chopped onion in oil.
Step 7: Add the paste, turn and fry.
Step 8: Add split green chilli, chopped tomato, salt and turmeric powder, turn and fry.
Step 9: Add red chilli powder, cumin powder, turn and fry.
Step 10: Add fried potato, turn and fry.
Step 11: Add sugar, turn and fry.
Step 12: Add water, turn and cook.
Step 13: Add fried aar mach and garam masala, turn and cook carefully with cover. Video Help
It’s ready to serve, let’s taste.
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