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Heavenly Hilsha with melted fish bones

Sorshe Ilish recipe - Classic Bengali DishTraditional Mustard Hilsa Fish RecipeSorshe Ilish - Classic Bengali Dish ইলশেগুঁড়ি – সত্যেন্দ্রনাথদত্ত
"Caught a chill from the drizzle ding the queen hilsa - a dancing duo with full of roe"
ইলশেগুঁড়িইলশেগুঁড়িইলিশমাছেরডিম| ইলশেগুঁড়িইলশেগুঁড়িদিনেরবেলায়হিম| কেয়াফুলেঘুণলেগেছে, পড়তেপরাগ

Taro chips - Food craft

Hot and spicy taro chipsThe ideas of Class, culture or custom differences were always a vague issue in our family ethics. My parents say intelligent ordinary working people do not require those things to attain respect or greatness. Always remember we earn money with effort, but respect requires hardship and intelligence requires constant alertness. So, the food habits of our family encompass many things which are known as antireligious ethics or poor men's domain. This recipe, my grandmother had learned from their farm servants, locally called Munish, and always catered it happily to the family demands. Like this recipe there are numerous other astonishing recipes. I was wondering if I could retrieve all the same.It is not popular because the food part contains calcium oxalate crystals and that must be removed during cooking. The plant is inedible when raw and considered toxic due to the presence of calcium oxalate crystals, typically as raphides. There are many ways t…