Recipe of Cooking Hilsa Fish with Curd

Our today’s recipe is cooking hilsa fish with curd

Hilsa fish (Ilish) fish is a very tasty and popular fish. It is found in the Bangladesh, India and some other countries. Locally is is called the king of fish. This fish is considered as the most delicious foods among the South Asian countries for its soft oily texture and appetizing flavor. There are so many recipes of hilsa fish. Today we’ll share how to cook hilsa fish with curd or yogurt. Also the hilsa fish curd recipe is can be a outstanding menu of food lovers. Because it’s nutrition facts are very good too.

Hilsa Fish Curd Recipe

Recipe of curd hilsa fish

Necessary Ingredients for cooking Hilsa Fish Curd Recipe:


  1. Hilisha fish – 1½ kg cut into 10 pieces
  2. Onion Paste – 1 cup
  3. Onion Chopped – 1½ cup
  4. Plain yogurt – 1½ cup
  5. Peanut – 1 tablespoon
  6. fried onion paste – 2 tablespoon
  7. Ginger Paste – 2 tablespoon
  8. Garlic Paste – 1½ tablespoon
  9. Cumin Paste – 1½ teaspoon
  10. Red Chili Powder – 2½ teaspoon
  11. Milk – 1½ cup
  12. Mawa/khoya – 1½ tablespoon
  13. Raisin – 1½ tablespoon
  14. Salt – to taste
  15. Oil – ½cup
  16. Ghee – ½ cup
  17. Green Chilies – 8-10 pices
  18. Roasted Cashews – for embellish



Marinate the hilsa fish pieces with curdled milk, red chili, salt, onion paste, ginger, garlic, fried onion paste, mawa, peanut, cumin paste and sugar. Marinate this for 20 minutes.

Method of Cooking Hilsa Fish Curd Recipe:

First heat the oil and ghee in a pan. Add chopped onion and fry until tender. Then put in the marinated fish and reduced the heat over medium. Add raisins and cook for 6 minutes on a medium low heat of fire. Now add the milk and cover the lid. Cook for approximately 10 minutes or whilst oil is separated from spices. Then add green chilies and cook another 3 minutes. Turn off the heat. Your curd hilsa fish recipe is ready now. To serve the dish and garnish with fried onion and roasted cashews.


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