Maach Bhaja refers to a popular Bengali starter/appetizer dish; a cripsy fried fish. The fish is coated first with a mixture of spices, such as turmeric powder, chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and lemon juice and marinate in the spicy mixture for sometime. The marinated fish is then deep fried in oil until golden brown and served with a garnishing of chopped onions, tomatoes and coriander. Maach Bhaja goes well with steamed rice.

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