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Tiny Country Fish Curry Cooking - Huge Onespot Barb & Vegetables Mixed Curry For Villagers

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Our most popular fishing video we catch tiny Onespot Barb fish and also one day we catch about 100 KG this tiny country fish and lot of viewer ask why we catch this tiny fish. It is actually adult size tiny fish and they ask me how we eat this of fish. They mean how we cook this kind of tiny fish.

Here is the answer, today we cooked huge tiny Onespot Barb fish with lot of vegetables. We have used about 20 KG vegetables and 14 KG of Onespot Barb tiny size fish but this is maximum size fish.

Onespot Barb called in Bengali "Puti Mach" and put fish curry is very much popular in Bangladeshi village family. In rainy season about daily most of the villagers eat this fish cause they can easily catch this fish from local canal on their area.

First women cut 7 clean all the Onespot Barb fish together. About 12 women cutting fish together and they take about 2 hours to finish cutting and cleaning fish.

Then they prepared all mashala and cut all the vegetables in to small small pieces.

Some women fried the fish using some salt and turmeric powder.

Then they just use onions & green chili in oil then they added all vegetables and added all spice mashala to make it perfect taste.

After finish cooking women serve the fish curry with rice to whole village peoples.

This food program was arranged & funding by AroundMeBD channel for village kids & whole village peoples for charity food work of village. We do love to cook different types food for villagers and kids.

We hope you enjoy the video. Thank you very much for watching our videos. You can like our facebook page www.facebook.com/AroundMeBD to see some unseen picture of daily event.

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