Fish Jhol

Non-Vegetarian

Prep time: 20 min Cook time: 20 min Serves: 4

This deliciously tangy and flavourful light fish dish is a true Bengali classic! See how to make it in the video with Shelly’s Classic Bengali Fish Jhol Mixed Masala and enjoy an authentic Bengali experience!

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  • Fish (Rohu or Katla) 500g
  • Mustard Oil 2 tsp
  • Shelly's Fish Jhol masala 4 tsp
  • Water 1 cup
  • Green Chillies 2 whole
  • Assorted Vegetables
  • Salt
  • Per 100g
  • Energy value 365.3kcal
  • Protein 16.48g
  • Fat 17.55g
  • Carbohydrates 35.36g
  • Sodium 743.82mg

Directions

1

Cut the fish into steak pieces and lightly fry in a pan.

2

Gently lift the fish out of the oil and set aside.

3

Dice the assorted vegetables, fry them lightly in a pan and set aside (optional).

4

Add 4 tsps Shelly’s Fish Jhol Masala in 1 cup of water. Add a little salt.

5

Heat 4 tsps oil, pour in the mixture into the oil and let it simmer.

6

Add the assorted vegetables to enrich the taste.

7

Add the fried fish into the pan along with the green chillies. Cook until done.

8

Serve hot with Shelly’s Gobindobhog rice.

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Shelly’s Classic Bengali Fish Jhol

Shelly’s Classic Bengali Fish Jhol

Mixed Masalas

Fish Jhol is a traditional Bengali spicy fish stew and a Bengali food favourite. With Shelly’s Classic Bengali Fish Johl Mixed Masala, you can experience the rich and authentic flavours of this classic dish in your own home.

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