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Enjoy traditional ‘Bhapot Diya Mach’ – an Assamese delicacy

This is a very famous dish from Assam. It’s easy to cook & saves your time as well.


.500gm. of fish (cut into pieces)
.3 tbsp mustard paste
.2-3 green chillies
.1 tsp red chilli pd
.1 1/2 tsp turmeric pd
.2 tsp oil
.salt, pepper (to taste)


Mix all ingredients (expect Fish, Oil & Green chilli). Put fish into this mixture for 1/2an hour.
In a microwave safe bowl add oil & green chillies and put in the microwave for 1 min at 100% power. Now add marinated Fish into it and put in the microwave state (covered) at 80% power for 6-7 min. Serve hot with boiled rice. Yum!

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almash's picture

Though I am an Assamese but I must admit that Bhapot Diya Mach is a traditional Bengali dish known as 'mach bhape' and not an Assamese traditional dish.
Debangana's picture

True, I am a bengali and this is a bengali recipe.

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