Hilsa paturi (fish steamed in banana leaf). This recipe for hilsa in mustard sauce, steamed in banana-leaf parcels, involves only nine ingredients and is very easy to make. Ilish machh'er paturi combines three of Bengal's greatest loves—the hilsa fish, the banana plant, and mustard. Even though it looks very polished, it is a fairly.
Ilish paturi when served with steamed rice is match made in heaven. There is a saying amongst us Bengalis that there is Illish ( Hilsa Fish) and there are other fishes. Paturi is a cooking process in which leaf wrapped marinated fish , cottage cheese or vegetables are cooked. You can have Hilsa paturi (fish steamed in banana leaf) using 9 ingredients and 0 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Hilsa paturi (fish steamed in banana leaf)
- It’s 4-5 of fillets hilsa fish(de-scaled).
- You need 3-4 tbsp of black mustard seed.
- You need 3-4 tbsp of yellow mustard seed.
- You need 1/2 cup of desiccated coconut.
- It’s 1 of small bowl plain yoghurt.
- You need 2 tbsp of turmeric.
- Prepare 4-5 of pre-cut banana leaves.
- It’s 4-5 tbsp of mustard oil.
- It’s 6-7 of green chilis(slit).
The final cooking is done wither by steaming or by roasting the leaf wrapped envelops on griddle. I already have posted one Paturi recipe so am not discussing anymore about this cooking. Hilsa Paturi or Ilisher Paturi Recipe (baked hilsa wrapped in banana leaves) : Hello guys…as you all know that it's the perfect weather to get that queen of We can make so many dishes with our queen of fish like hilsa in Mustard sauce,Dahi hilsa(which you can get in my previous posts),steamed hilsa. Ilish Paturi is one of the daintiest recipes of Hilsa, where the fish coated in a mustard paste is steamed in a banana-leaf parcel.
Hilsa paturi (fish steamed in banana leaf) instructions
When eating, one is supposed to untie the string and unwrap the banana leaf to reveal the heart-stopping sight of a juicy, fatty Ilish fragrant with mustard and green chillies. Ilish Paturi Recipe is a very traditional easy Bengali fish recipe. And she fried the fish wrapped in banana leaf with a very little oil. As she never uses water in this recipe, after cooking the Though the fish looks dry if you cook it yourself and eat this dish with a bowl of white steamed rice I am sure you. The traditional and popular Ilish Paturi, or banana-leaf wrapped Hilsa, has been given a different avatar by wrapping them in Pumpkin leaves, and Not only is the fish edible, but the crispy pumpkin leaves impart a beautiful flavour to this iconic Bengali preparation.
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