Saturday, August 6, 2011

Mustard, You Say? Make That Shorshay.

 Shorshay, a spicy mustard curry, is our tribute to National Mustard Day.

Saturday, August 6 is National Mustard Day, sponsored by the National Mustard Museum in Middleton, Wisconsin. Mustard is the basis of several well-known curries, so Heritage India is honoring the holiday with an exquisite Bengali fish curry called Shorshay Maach.

The Heritage India kitchen has skillfully blended mustard seeds, ginger, garlic, tomatoes, onion, green chilies and coconut milk into a lushly flavorful and zesty curry that treats the palate to a truly distinctive taste experience. It is served with Mahi Mahi or cauliflower. The mustard flavor is spicy but more smooth than the traditional pungency of mustard.

Shorshay Maach and Gobi are featured on the weekly specials menu at our Georgetown location through Friday, August 12. We hope you enjoy our tribute to National Mustard Day. Once you try it, please share your comments below.

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