It is a must try for those who are curious. The pungent strong smell might turn you off but its well worth it for its unique flavours. The dried flesh is tough but crispy outside giving it an other dimension. I absolutely enjoy it and my husband too, and we are really food fuzzy!
Home made Bombay duck – Serves 3
9 Bombay Ducks
~ handful Sea salt
Container with smaller cover fitting in and a stone
for the frying:
2 Tsp Turmeric Powder
1 Tsp or less Chili Powder
Bombay duck is well accompanied with rice, red Dal or Curry and with some type of Vegetable bhaji such as Ladyfinger.
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