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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Tasty Tyangra

(Tyangra or Tangra Fish in mustard gravy)
A silvery (and sometimes black or striped), small to medium sized fish, tyangra tastes best fresh.

Here goes the recipe :
Ingredients :
-Tyangra Fish - 750gms marinated (with turmeric+Chilli powder+Mustard Oil+salt) for 1/2 hr
-Kalo Jeera/Nigella seeds-1 teaspoon
-Garlic paste - 1 teaspoon
-Chopped onion - 1 small onion
-Chopped Tomato - 1
-Masala paste with
*Turmeric - 2 - 3 teaspoon
*Kashmiri chilli powder - 1 teaspoon
*Mustard powder (or paste) 2-3 teaspoon
*Salt to taste- Green chillies - 3-4
- Green Chillies - 4-5
- Mustard Oil - 4-5 tbspn
-Coriander leaves - chopped (optional)
-Fried pieces of potato
Procedure :
*Take mustard oil in a wok and put it on the stove and wait till it's crackling hot

*Season with 2 green chillies
*Add Kalojeera followed by garlic and chopped onions. Stir them. The onions should not be overfried.
*Add the chopped tomatoes. Stir for a minute or two
*Add the masala paste. Stir and cook the paste (moshla koshano)
*Keep sprinkling water from time to time
*Add the marinted fish. Turn them around in the wok to coat the fish with masala but taking care so as not to break them.
*Add the fried potato. Cook on low heat for 2-3 minutes.
*Add water to make the gravy. Cover the wok with a lid and let it simmer.
*When the gravy is boiling, check the salt, sprinkle some coriander and take it off the stove.
*Serve with steamed rice!




Edited to add: This is my entry to the Blog event 'THINK SPICE:THINK TURMERIC", hosted for Nov '09 by Sudeshna of COOK LIKE A BONG and the Think Spice event is the brainchild of Sunita of Sunita's World .
The logo for the event is...

4 comments:

Saptarsi said...

The recipe is really elaborate and even a novice like me is inspired to cook!!
The photos are awesome to look at
Keep it up the good work and educate us poor souls!!

naperville mom said...

Wow! Wish I could have some right out of the pic! I'm prepared to sponsor the technology needed...

I've to cook sardines tomorrow. slurp slurp!

kalpana said...

wowwww these look yummy..you have wonderful fish recipes in your blog...:)

SGD said...

@Kalpana!! Thanks...I'm the archetypal Bong with her evergreen love for fish!! Ha ha ha!!