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25 November, 2015

Fish curry

Comments : 5 Posted in : Non-Veg Bihari way on by : Sonali Tags: , , , , ,

You have already read and cooked fish curry bihari way,if you have been here realier. Though my friends love to eat when I cook fish, I still think it taste best when my mummy cooks it. So this time around  when she made, I thought of bringing you fish curry with step by step pics.. Since I was nt cooking,taking pics at each step was fun.Also this is my first post via mobile.Ingredients: fish (gayincha/pattya)- 1.5 kg, mustard oil-200gm, panchforan- 1 tbspn, tomato-2 medium-chopped, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, salt, garlic bulbs- 6-7, yellow mustard seeds- 80gm onion- 2 medium,

Clean the fish with help of raakh- ashes from firewood. Make a cut mid way in each fish.

Now wash the fish with running water. Add salt to it. Rub a little and wash again.
Grind the garlic cloves, onion and mustard seeds in a fine paste. Add turmeric powder and red chilli powder.
Heat a kadai. Add oil to it. Now sprinkle a little turmeric powder on fish and mix it properly.  Now deep fry the fish pieces.


Add a little oil to the same kadai,if required. Add panchforan. Add the paste. Saute it on medium flame for another 8-10 mnts.
 Add salt. Add chopped tomatoes. Saute( bhuno in Hindi) for another 5 mnts. Add water. Once it starts boiling, add fish to it.

Cook for another 7-8 mnts.

Serve it with plain white rice.
P.S. : do let me know how these pictorial post helped you… Also feel free to give comments or queries if any..



5 thoughts on : Fish curry

  • December 3, 2015 at 5:37 pm

    My mom also use to make fish in the same way. And each time when i eat this dish, this dish reminds me my childhood when i and my sister used to finish more than half of fish while its frying………..ur doing a great work……….keep writing……i always visit ur blog……its my 1st omment

    • May 17, 2016 at 4:16 am

      Thanks. Yeah, we too eat the fried ones with salt and served on newspaper… 🙂

  • December 13, 2015 at 8:11 pm

    Reminded me of my childhood.. Havent eaten gayicha from long time.. Hoping to eat once I go home next

    • May 17, 2016 at 4:19 am

      Yes. I too ate this after quite sometime as its not available in all the seasons.

  • April 8, 2016 at 8:44 am

    what is the english name of gayicha fish, I loved it and wanna to tell my friends about this fish

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