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Ek Bangalir Rannaghaur Theke(From a Bengali’s Kitchen)

Doi Rui

Posted by Sudeshna on April 16, 2008

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Serves 6

After a chicken dish and then a veggie delight here I am to tell you about the Bengal’s favorite platter – a fish curry. Fish had always been my favorite, though here in Bangalore you can’t find such good and fresh variety of fish, so I miss that “fish market” back in Kolkata, those shouts and the fishy smell. O lets not talk about that, it makes me home sick. So, Doi Rui is my mom’s special dish. She is a superb cook, and her specialty is this Doi Rui.

Ingredients:

Rohu ( rui maach) : 1kg , cut into medium sized pieces, de-shelled and cleaned

Curd (doi): 200 gm

Green Chilli (kacha lanka): 3/4

Turmeric powder (haluder guro): 1 ½ tsp

Ginger paste ( aada baata): 1tbsp

Chilli powder (sukhno lankar guro): 1 ½ tsp

Onions (peyaj): 2

Salt to taste

Preparation:

  • Mix curd, onion juice of 1onion, ½ tsp ginger, ½ tsp of turmeric and ½ chilli powder in a bowl, add the fish pieces to them and marinate for 15mins.
  • Heat mustard oil in a pan. Add the left out onions when the oil becomes hot. Sauté till the onions become golden brown. Add 1 tsp of ginger paste and fry little.
  • Add the marinated fish to the pan add salt, turmeric powder, chilli powder, 3 green chillis and let it cook for sometime. Take care that the pieces do not break, so don’t disturb it much, let it just cook. Use a lid for fast cooking.
  • Check after 5/7 mins whether the fish has become tender, if not then add little bit of water to it.
  • A great smell from the kitchen tells you that your Doi Rui is done.

Serve it with hot rice and enjoy that feeling of being at home, anywhere in this world .Happy cooking and happy eating.

Ready to serve Doi Rui

Ready to serve Doi Rui

Addendum:

If you are really interested in having that Mom cooked taste then add just fry some potato pieces cut in like the French fry style and add them to the curry.

Alternate way:

If you are in real hurry and don’t have time to marinate the fish, then no problem at all. First fry the pieces and keep aside. Fry the onions and ginger paste as mentioned before. Add curd, turmeric powder, chilli powder, salt, ¾ green chilli and little bit of water. Allow it to boil for 3 mins and then add the fried fish pieces. Cook for 7 mins more and your doi rui is ready to serve.

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5 Responses to “Doi Rui”

  1. just what i needed!

  2. @Abhishek,

    Thanks for visiting. I hope the doi rui turns out great from your kitchen.

  3. Random T. said

    This is very hot info. I think I’ll share it on Digg.

  4. Arpita said

    Hi,
    It’s gr8 to see the recepies of so many of my favourite cuisines all at the same place.
    However a special thanks to Sudeshna, coz her recepi of Doi-Rui helped me to earn some good will as a cook 🙂

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