Be it a traditional celebration or a lavish lunch at home, Katla Kalia is everyone's favorite. This is a simple fish curry with onion paste and yogurt and is a delight with piping hot rice or even Basanti Polao.
Apart from Ilish Beguner Jhol, there are not many recipes of brinjal with fish but this particular recipe of eggplant with Shol Mach, straight from the kitchen of Thakurbari really stands out. If you want a fish recipe with a twist in taste, do give it a try.
When we name Chital Mach, the first recipe that comes to a Bengali's mind is Chital Macher Muitha. These fish balls cooked in an onion gravy taste amazing, and there's no doubt why Bangals take all the pride.
For those who love Chingrir Malaikari but can't deal with the allergy to prawns, Bhetki Macher Malaikari is something they must give a try. Bhetki mach cooked in a coconut gravy, tastes great with gorom bhat
Besides the stereotypical Ilish bhapa, Boal Bhapa is something really delicious. The generous blend of Ingredients like coriander leaves, mustard oil, green chili, and onion and tons of garlic paste makes this dish mesmerizing
This one is a great alternative to macher kalia. Cooked in a yoghurt based gravy, with a hefty flavour of ginger, this one can be done in a jiffy and is a crowd puller all the way. Split green chillies gives it beautiful added fragrance and a mild heat.
There are various kinds of Ilish recipes, and one of the most loved is Ilish Paturi. Hilsa steaks coated in a rich mustard and coconut paste, wrapped in banana leaf, and then roasted on a tawa are just delightful
Apart from Doi mach, another Fish recipe that really stands out is Dudh Mach. A light and delightful recipe, where the mix of milk and panch phoron takes all the glory. It is so easy to make that you will find it quite unbelievable. Have it with hot steamed rice, and you will love it.