Guwahati, July 30, 2019:
Masor Petu is an Assamese delicacy cooked out of fish intestines, and cooked rice. Masor Petuis one of the integral dish of the Assamese thali.
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100 gm of fresh and cleaned petu of any kind of big river fish (Rohu and Catla are preferred)
1 cup cooked rice
1/2 tsp Soda (Sodium bicarbonate)
2-3 Garlic cloves
1-2 green chilli.
1 medium chopped onion
Fresh coriander leaves
2 tbs Mustard Oil
Salt (as per your taste)
- Rub petu with little bit salt.
- Heat oil in a pan.
- Add chopped garlic cloves, onion and green chillies in hot oil.
- Fry all ingredients till brown.
- Now add the petu (intestines), salt, soda and fry for few minutes.
- Add cooked rice and mixed it well.
- Cooked them until done
- Add coriander leaves for garnishing and serve it hot with rice.
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