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MDH Fish Curry Masala 100g
Definition: Fish preparations are a delicacy in many states of India. In states like Orissa, Bengal and in the neighbouring country of Bangladesh, fish like Hilsa are enjoyed with great relish. It is, therefore, no surprise that in India, a special kind of Fish Masala is used to make the food tastier. However, traditionally the preparation of this special masala blend takes considerable time. This where the MDH Fish Curry Masala comes in! This genuine spice blend is the same as used in India to make various fish preparations. Now, you can just sprinkle this blend on your food and you’re good to go! Enjoy the taste of authentic and unforgettably delicious Indian fish preparations which only MDH Fish Curry Masala can give!
Place of Origin: Fish masala has existed in many Indian states for at least a couple hundred years, if not more. It should be remembered that in India, every state has its unique culture, tradition and food habits. While they may use spices, the kind of spice used in the various states for making fish preparations may vary. However, the basic spices are always the same. MDH Fish Curry Masala contains all the spices to take your food items to another level.
Type of products: MDH offers you a wide range of spice blends. Some of its products include MDH Chutney Podina Masala, MDH Dahivada Raita Masala, MDH Dal Makhani Masala, MDH Curry Masala for Chicken, MDH Deggi Mirch, MDH Dal Makhani Masala, MDH Garam Masala, MDH Hyderabadi Biryani Masala and MDH Jal Jeera Masala and MDH Fish Curry Masala. All of these products are a spice blend, which means that they contain a number of different spices presenting both taste and health related benefits.
Use of Products: These spice blends are made to make to used in conjunction with appropriate foods. For instance, the MDH Fish Curry Masala can only be used for making fish curry. However, you can use the spice blend to give a rich taste to all kinds of fish preparations. Here is how to use this product while making fish curry.
- First of all, you need to cut and clean half kg fish. Salt it as well and set it aside for now.
- Secondly, add 30 grams of coconut powder to a half cup of water. Add half teaspoon worth of turmeric powder, salt and 20 grams of MDH Fish Masala. Stir and mix it well until it has a uniform colour.
- Thirdly, add to this mixture 120 grams of red onions. Sauté these in 30 gram oil or ghee. Continue till the onions have a golden brown colour.
- Next, you need to add to this the coconut mixture. Add 200 ml water and stir.
- Simmer the mixture until the sauce has been reduced to half. Keep stirring.
- Finally, add the fish and simmer till the fish is tender.
When it is highly preferred: Fish curry is traditionally enjoyed in the afternoon, and therefore this is when you will need to use the MDH Fish Curry Masala. These spice blends are made to make foods tasty and healthier.
Ingredients: This spice blend contains:
- Fenugreek leaves
- Black Pepper
- Bishops’ Weed
- Dry Mango
- Dry Ginger
- Cardamom Seeds
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