Preparation For : 4 People | Preparation Time : 45 Minuites (Approx)
Ingredients
  • Rohi Machha( Rohu Fish)- 750 gm
  • Aloo(Potato)-250 gm
  • Piaja( Onion)- 150 gm
  • Tamato- 75 gm
  • Rasuna(Garlic) – 20 gm
  • Sorish Tela( Mustard Oil)- 50 gm
  • Sukhila Lanka( Dry Chili)- 1 pcs
  • Ada( Ginger)- 1 inch
  • Lanka Gunda(Chili Powder)- 1tsp
  • Haladi Gunda( Turmeric Powder)- 3 tsp
  • Salt- as required
Preparation : Step wise
  • Clean the fish thoroughly, coat with salt and turmeric powder, and keep it for 20 min.
  • Make a fine paste of onion(100gm),ginger and garlic. Cut thin slices of the remaining onion and tomatoes.
  • Peel the potatoes and cut them into cubes and boil it properly.
  • Take a deep pan, heat oil in the pan, fry the fish pieces 1 or 2 at time till they are turns golden brown on both sides. Remove from flame and keep aside.
  • Now in the remaining oil in the pan, put the onion slices, fry them till its turns golden brown. Add the masala paste to it. Stir it well.
  • When oil starts comes out, put the tomato pieces. Fry it till the tomatoes are well cooked.
  • Add the boiled potatoes to the above masala,. turmeric powder, salt as per taste. stir it for 2 min then add 3 cups of water,
  • Cook it till the potatoes are well cooked; now add the fried fish to the gravy. Cook it for another 10 min. remove from flame and serve it with rice or roti.
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Health & Additional Cooking Tips

Fish contains omega 3 fatty acid. Potatoes are good source of carbohydrate. The gravy can be garnished with coriander leaves to enhance the taste.

3 Responses
  1. geetanjalee Says:

    Using Cinnamon(dalchini) and cardamom(gujurati) in the masala paste enhances the taste of the gravy

  2. Trilochan Sar Says:

    Simple recipe and must be eaten hot. Any additional condiments shall spoil the simplicity of the native recipe.

  3. Prabhat Panda Says:

    Thanks a lot… Simple and Nice…
    One doubt, 50 gm Mustard oil will enough for this 750 gm Fish.
    Can you please clear mu doubt.

    Thanks!!!

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