We all know that fish is delicious and easy to prepare. It is a great source of protein and heart – healthy omega 3 acid. Keeping this in mind you can try this recipe. Dom Fish is an authentic bengali recipe. It can be served at lunch with white rice. I have used Rohu fish, but you could use Katla, Sea bass, Bhetki or any kind of fleshy fish. For all my fish lover’s friends can try this healthy, aromatic, slightly spicy curry. Here is how to make this.
- Rohu fish - 500gm
- Turmeric powder - 2 tsp
- Whole Garam Masala - cinnamon - 1, cardamom - 1, clove - 2 Bay leaf - 1
- Medium sized onion finely chopped - 2
- Ginger paste - 1tbsp
- Coriander powder - 1tsp
- Red chilli powder - 1tsp
- Curd - ½ cup
- Sugar - 1tsp
- Water - 1cup
- Mustard oil / refined oil - 4 tbsp
- Salt to taste.
- Wash the fishes, and cut into slices.
- Smear little bit of salt and Turmeric powder on this and keep aside.
- Heat the oil in a wok. Add the fish pieces and fry well. Fry till they become golden in colour.
- Take the fish out and set aside.
- Put all whole garam Masala into the remaining oil. Let it splutter. Add chopped onion. Add salt and turmeric powder.
- Fry the onions till they become transparent.
- Add ginger paste, red chilli pw, sugar, coriander pw.
- Sprinkle little water in it. So it doesn't get stuck in wok. Fry for 5 minutes. Keep stirring.
- Add Curd in it. Remember before adding the Curd whisk it well In a bowl.
- Add salt to taste. After 2 minutes pour 1 cup of water in it. Cover it. Let it be cooked in a dom. Put the gas on simmer.
- After 6 minutes, once the oil has risen to the top and fish cooked perfectly. Turn off the heat. Dom Fish is ready to eat.
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