Macha Tarkari – Odia Style Rohu Fish Curry

Rohu Macha JholoIf you have been following my blog, you would know by now how much my family loves fish, that includes my 3 year old little one. This recipe is a nostalgic one, one that was an integral part of my life as I grew up. Though we moved around and changed cities a lot, all thanks to being an army brat, my mother made sure that odia cuisine was a staple at home, she always said that never forget your roots and odia food was her way of making us keep in touch with ours. And even though I don’t live in Odisha anymore, my parents do, and being married to a punjabi, this is my way of making sure that my little one is exposed to the food culture of both the worlds. I beam with pride when my little one now demands for fish curry. All thanks to my mother who with her efforts made me and my brother always tuck in food with utmost gusto, exposed us to multiple cuisines and now she does the same with my little one.

Macha Tarkari / Macha Aloo Jhola is the one that my mother used to prepare for lunch. Macha in Odia means Fish;  and Jhola means to a light gravy.  So, if you are looking for a light, simple and flavor packed   fish curry, then this odia fish curry recipe is definitely a keeper and worth a bookmark. Continue reading

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Prawn Curry & Rice Crepes

Prawn curry and rice crepesYour search for a super easy dinner ends here. Be prepared to wow your family and friends with this delicious combination of prawn curry and rice crepes. I can eat these delicate, lace textured crepes anytime of the day. All you need is a bunch of basic ingredients and a squeeze bottle, you are good to go. If you’re into DIY, you could always use an old water bottle, and nail three holes onto the cap. You can enjoy these crepes with the curry of your choice, such as vegetable, chicken or fish curry. Continue reading