Bombil/Dry bombay duck stir fry

Bombil/Dry bombay duck stir fry

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Nafeesa Saleh
Nafeesa Saleh
528
Calories
Kcal
35
Protein
gm
22
Fat
gm
47
Carbs
gm
cookingtraditionicon
Bengali
nonveg
Nonveg
recipepreparationtime
00:30

When you use the stored stuff during lockdown(serve - 2)

Ingredients

  • listcheckDry Bombay duck/bombil/loita fish - 50gm
  • listcheckOnion - 200gm
  • listcheckTomato - 150gm
  • listcheckRaw mango - 30gm
  • listcheckVegetable oil - 20gm
  • listcheckPotatoes- 100gm
  • listcheckRed chilly powder- 2 tsp
  • listcheckTurmeric powder - 1 tsp
  • listcheckGinger- 5gm
  • listcheckGarlic - 10gm
  • listcheckGreen chilly - 1 to 2
  • listcheckSalt- as per the taste
  • Method

  • Step-1
    Clean the bombil and cut it into pieces and wash it nicely and pat dry.
  • Step-2
    In a pan, add oil (10gm) and add bombill and stir fry it until it turns crisp. Strain it out and keep it aside.
  • Step-3
    Cut the potatoes into long wedges and spray oil and salt over it and bake it in the oven for about 10 minutes or until it turns golden brown on all sides. You may do the same in a nonstick pan and keep it aside.
  • Step-4
    Peel off the raw mango and cut it into small pieces and keep it aside.
  • Step-5
    In the same pan, add remaining oil and add chopped garlic (5gm) and saute it for a minute. Now add onion slits and continue sauting it for about 2 minutes. Then, add add ginger garlic paste and chopped green chilly and saute for another minute.
  • Step-6
    Thereafter, add tomato pieces and add salt and cook for 2-3 minutes.
  • Step-7
    Now, add the pieces of raw mangoes and cook it until it becomes tender.
  • Step-8
    Finally, add potato wedges and fried bombil and cover the lid for about 5 minutes. You may add water if required.
  • Step-9
    Serve it with chapati or rice/khichdi and curd.
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