Enjoy this delicious preparation as a main dish with a squeeze of lemon or as a side dish as a part of a larger Middle Eastern spread. An interesting part about this dish is that it doesn't need to be served hot, making it great for potluck lunches and dinners.Rice with chickpea and mushroom
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Masor Tenga is a regular feature in Assamese households, served during lunch and dinner with steamed rice. The cuisine from this region is influenced with the strong flavours. ‘Tenga’ meaning sour is a dominant flavor in this dish. If you are a fish addict, it is a must try recipe for you.
Recipe by Kohinoor