Here's my version of the light and delightful Pabda Fish Curry Bengali Style made in my kitchen.
Fish Curry Archive
There are several versions of the home cooked traditional fish curry from Bengal, as frankly speaking it differs from almost every household and every child (especially the son) swears by his mother’s cooking! This one’s no different, a simple fish curry with no frills attached that promises
Here’s a consolation prize winning recipe sent in by one of our readers Karthika Raj – it’s called Rosy’s Fish Curry. For those of you who’ve always wanted to try out a fish curry from God’s own country – well, maybe Karthika’s recipe could be of help. But
Fish Curry in Mustard Gravy when complimented with steam rice is the perfect comfort food to be had in winter afternoons. This is one of my favourite fish curries prepared the Bengali way. There are several other methods of preparing absolutely delicious fish curries in Bengal, but the one
This is my all time favourite fish accompaniment – low on oil and very easy to make. This fish fry is a hit on winter nights, when you enjoy a simple meal of steamed rice or roti with daal at dinner time.
This is one place I am glad has several branches in Mumbai, one in Singapore and the other in Mangalore. I have visited Gajalee in Mumbai (the Andheri East branch) and in Mangalore and I am a huge fan of the restaurant. Had I known they had
One of the most popular family restaurants in Panjim that we highly recommend is Ritz Classic. Usually packed during lunch and dinner, it is worth the wait as you will be rewarded with the best fish curry meals in town.
If you ask a Bengali what the word ‘Fish’ means to them, their eyes will light up through their thick lensed glasses and their mouth will start watering instantly – well that’s your answer. In Bengali cuisine, fish – especially Rohu and Katla, and of course the Ilish during special occasions,