Friday, September 30, 2005

Pyaaz Maach

I will continue to cover more items from bengali cuisine and then move to another region of India or perhaps the world .

Meanwhile , this is pyaaz maach( fish cooked in spicy onion gravy) .I enjoy this particularly because its hot and real spicy.I put a different spin on it sometimes by adding a little bit of tomato and that enhances the flavor .

Enjoy !!

14 comments:

aparna said...

wow! damn! this is just a picture! :P

Gangadhar said...

Yeah Meenal..I'd love to look forwad or more from you!Keep going...

Meenal Mehta said...

what d u mean aparna , yes this is a picture of the real thing..

your compliments are getting more and more difficult to comprehend:P

Meenal Mehta said...

hey gangadhar ,

keep watching ..i have many many more recipes and dishes on the way

aparna said...

LOL yeah rrright! more difficult to comprehend. Okay yes, i agree what i meant was, if only i had the real thing in front of me instead of the picture! okay ma'am? :P

Reshma Sanyal said...

Can I have the recipe too? Looking at a photograph only makes me want it more :-)

Sanity Starved said...

Damn! Where's the piyaaz maach?! I never saw that?! And where's the recipe? The build up is too much... Recipe chai!

paro said...

:)
you have the junta salivating...
nice work !!!

Meenal Mehta said...

hey aparna

thats much better , now that does sounds like a compliment

Meenal Mehta said...

hello ms.sanyal,

nice to see you visiting my blog..yes i shall post the recipes later

Meenal Mehta said...

sanity starved ,

hain ranna korbo jokhon daikha hoye ...

Meenal Mehta said...

thanks paro..thats the intention

author by the brook said...

I have this shortcut with Rui Maach and piyaz. Grind two onions.. coarsely and then fry it with tiny bit of oil, haldi chilli powder and salt .. marinate the fish.. ( i dont fry them since I am try to make it healthy and less oil haha) and then add the marinated fish ( typical with salt and haldi ) cook it over low fire.. and add a little corriander garnishing.. and you are done.. takes about 7 minutes and its yum dinner..

I keep varying the seasonings.. sometimes I add jeera to theoil sometimes methi.. sometimes a slice of tomato... sometimes just the onions...

all comes out pretty well...

Pallavi

Meenal Mehta said...

hey pallavi,

my piyaaz maach is done in with a base gravy of onions and garlic ..it has a very stron flavor and yeah i have short cuts too:-)

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