Bombay duck fish
Bombay duck or bombil or lotte fish

Bombay duck fish or bombil fish is known as Lotte fish in the South East Asian country. It is a very soft body sea fish with huge iron and iodine. Abundant harvesting of this fish in the southern coastal region of Bangladesh makes it a popular and almost readily available. The fish is tasty as well as meets iron deficiency of many people in the densely populated area. Here I described 2 delicious bombay duck fish fry recipes and 1 curry recipe for you.

Bombay duck fish recipes crispy fry

As the fish bones are very soft, you can easily remove those. If you even leave some with the fish flesh, it can be chewed and eaten up. Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte Fish crispy fry recipes is one of those recipes, which can be cooked very easily. It needs only boiling, mixing with other ingredients and then frying.

 

Preparation time20 minutes
Cooking time20 minutes
Total time40 minutes
Servings4

 

Ingredients for bombay duck fish recipes crispy fry

½ kg Bombay duck fish

1 onion, sliced

2-3 green chilies

1 tsp salt

1 tsp garlic paste

1 tbsp oil

2 tbsp lemon juice

Bombay duck fish crispy fry
Bombay duck fish crispy fry

Process for bombay duck fish recipes crispy fry

 

  • Boil the Bombil/bombay duck or lotte fish with 2 tbsp lemon juice for 10 minutes over medium heat.
  • Strain water from the fish.
  • Take off the center bone from the Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish.
  • Put oil in a non-stick pan on the burner. For the best non-stick frying pan you can search from online or store.
  • Add onion slice, chili, garlic paste, and salt to the oil.
  • Stir it for 2 minutes.
  • Add fish flashes and stir constantly.
  • Fry it until those are crispy.
  • Bombil/Bombay duck or Lotte fish crispy fry is ready to eat.
  • Serve the fish fry with rice or tortilla or you can serve it as a snack.

 

             Nutrition Facts: Amount per serving
Calories339
Total Fat8.8g
Cholesterol0mg
Sodium582mg
Potassium99mg
Total Carbohydrates4.6g
Protein76.6g
Vitamin A13%
Calcium1%
Vitamin C12%
Iron1%

 

Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte  fish Curry

Preparation time10 minutes
Cooking time15 minutes
Total time25 minutes
Servings6

Ingredients for Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish curry

500 gm bombil fish

2 tomatoes

1 onion, sliced

1 tbsp garlic paste

1 tsp turmeric powder

1 tsp chili powder

1 tsp cumin powder

1 tsp salt

3-4 green chili

1 tbsp corianders leaves

1 tbsp oil

 

Process for Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish curry

  • Cut the fish into a 2-inch size and wash.
  • Cut the tomatoes into thin slices. Keep aside.
  • Heat oil in a non-stick pan over medium heat.
  • Add onion slice, garlic paste, turmeric powder, chili powder, cumin powder, and salt. Stir it and fry it for 1 minute.
  • Add 1 cup of hot water to the ingredients.
  • After blooming then add fish pieces and tomato slices to the ingredients mixture.
  • Cover with a lid and cook over medium heat for 8-10 minutes.
  • After 10 minutes add green chilies slice and coriander leaves.
  • When water level becomes a low turn off the burner.
  • Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte Fish curry is ready to serve.
  • Serve the fish curry with white rice.
             Nutrition Facts: Amount per serving
Calories259
Total Fat5.8g
Cholesterol0mg
Sodium392mg
Potassium167mg
Total Carbohydrates4.8g
Protein51.6g
Vitamin A14%
Calcium2%
Vitamin C17%
Iron4%

 

Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte Fish with radish leaves

Radish is a seasonal vegetable. Its root is good for salad and curry. Radish leaves are also a tasty vegetable. It can be cooked differently, one of which is Radish Leaves with Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte Fish. The reason of using Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish is not only for the taste of the fish, but also to mix the fish in total with the leafy vegetable.

Soft tissues of the Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish grind and mix easily with any other food item. This is a healthy recipe with full of Anodyne from Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish.

 

Cooking of Radish Leaves with Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte Fish is not so difficult. But you need to boil the two main food items separately before mixing. The spices are those commonly used in an Indian recipe.

 

Preparation time20 minutes
Cooking time25 minutes
Total time45 minutes
Servings4

 

Ingredients for  Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish with radish leaves

 

1 cup radish leaves, sliced

200gm bombay duck fish (medium size)

1 tbsp rice powder

1 tsp garlic slice

2 tbsp onion, sliced

½ tsp turmeric powder

½ tsp cumin powder

½ tsp chili powder

4-5 green chilies

1 tbsp salt

1 cup oil

Bombay duck fish with radish leaves
Bombay duck fish with radish leaves

Process for Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish with radish leaves

  • Boil radish leaves slice with onion slices (1 tbsp), garlic slices, green chilies, and salt. Cover with a lid. Cook until leaves are tender and water becomes dry.
  • Heat oil another pan on the burner over medium heat.
  • Add remaining onion slices, cumin powder, turmeric powder, chili powder, and salt to the oil.
  • Add ½ cup of hot water and put fish slices.
  • When water becomes dry, add radish leaves slice.
  • Stir it constantly and grind the fish.
  • Mix rice powder with ½ cup of water.
  • After 5 minutes, add rice powder to the leaves mixture.
  • When water becomes dry, take out the curry and switch off the burner.
  • Bombil/bombay duck or Lotte fish with radish leaves is ready to eat.
  • Serve the fish with tortilla or rice.

 

             Nutrition Facts: Amount per serving
Calories625
Total Fat53.8g
Cholesterol0mg
Sodium1592mg
Potassium28mg
Total Carbohydrates4.1g
Protein30.6g
Vitamin A2%
Calcium1%
Vitamin C7%
Iron3%

 

 

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