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Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Prawn, Vegetables | 10 comments

Data Shak bhaja/ Bangladeshi Fried Leafy Vegetables

In Bangladesh we normally use small prawn for vegetables but where I am living small prawn is nt available. So I find the alternative to chop the large prawn. Instead of coconut paste you can use desiccated coconut and coconut cream . Those are handy to me. In this way you can cook radish leaf, kolmi shak and other hard leafy vegetables. Again I use sugar because it enhances taste.

Though I wrote it as a Bangladeshi leafy vegetables, it is available in all Asian grocery.

Data-Shak-bhaja

Ingredients:

• 500 gram Data Shak

• 1 medium onion sliced

• 1 teaspoon garlic chopped

• 7-8 large prawn chopped

• 1 tablespoon coconut paste(optional)

• 3-4 green chillies

• 1/6 teaspoon turmeric

• 1 teaspoon sugar (optional)

• 2 tablespoon oil

• Salt to taste

 

data-shak

 

data-shak-kata

 

How to cook:

1. We will take only leaves and wash the leaves 3-4 times.

2. Chop it like the picture and keep aside.

3. Heat the pan with oil on medium high and add onion. Fry the onion till becomes transparent.

4. Add turmeric, garlic, coconut paste and salt and coo k till oil is separated.

5. Add prawn and cook 1-2 minutes.

6. Add leafy vege and sliced chilli and stir it.

7. Cook it under closed lid and cook it till it becomes soft and tender.

8. Check the salt and add sugar.

9. Serve data shak bhaja/ Bangladeshi fried leafy vegetables with rice.

 

Rownak Jahan

Rownak loves to cook bangladeshi food and share her bengali recipes on her cooking blog. Rownak is determined to introduce all the authentic bangladeshi cuisine to the world and let everyone realise what they were missing out! She is based on sunny Queensland (Gold Coast) in Australia. Rownak writes for a number of bangladeshi cooking blog.

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10 Comments

  1. samanoo khabar asamonno hoy ranna r poribeshoner gune….keep it up…

  2. what a nice recipe

  3. Bangaladeshi ra ki sob niramish ranna tei peyaj dai 🙂 peyja chara kichu ranna korte janen 🙂 Illish-maach-eo peyaj ,Shaak-eo peyaj, bhalo 🙁 ami abar Poschimbongo-er bangali , amader theke parle ektoo niramish ranna sikhben ba apander deshe jader apnara Malaun bolen ( Hindu-ra) tara bhalo niramish ranna jane, tader thekeo sikhte paren. Australia giye aar kichu korbar nei naki ?

    • Amar to anek kichu korar ache r korchi o dekhte -i parchen. Apnar pochondo na hole na dekhlei paren. Thanks.

    • dude just because you’re a west bengal resident doesnt make you better. we could say the same about west bengal’s recipes…such as….Ilish torkari where i found no ilish at all…

    • Apni niramish bolchen amra niramish bolina .a mader theke sobji ranna shikhben.sobji te to amra bangladeshira piyaj use kori.apnar problem ki.jar ja valo lage se sevabe kore .apnar ki mathai somossa ache?

      • ki r bolbo? Some people dont get the point, onion is a vegetarian item. how the hell onion could compare or relate with or as a non vege!! We all have different style of cooking and we should respect each other style. Hope he will understand that soon. 🙂

  4. datar kunu.recepie dite paren?

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