Now the most shocking result was it also included major brands like Funskool and Mattel.In fact highest among the other samples.
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There is no regulation or standard in terms of manufacturing soft toys in India(European countries have banned using this chemical in manufacturing of plastic toys long ago).It becomes even more concerning because half of the parents are unaware or they dont have any clue regarding this. So if you are thinking to buy soft plastic toys as a birthday gift to your friends son or daughter who is an infant or toddler or are looking to give these soft toys to your own child, I would suggest -pick and buy sensibly.
And now to the recipe .This has become a regular in our dinner or lunch table these days.Pomfret fish is fried well and then made into simple,quick easy Tel jhaal with some chopped brinjal and green chillies tossed in.I am sure this can be made with any frozen white fish fillets or cod fillets as well.Here is simple and easy recipe with pomfret –a saline water fish.
Pomfret ‘er Tel Jhaal
Serves for 4
2 silver pomfret
1 brinjal cut into longitudinal pieces
2 medium size tomato chopped coarsely
Few tsp of turmeric powder
2 tsp of red pepper powder
2 garlic chopped finely
3-4 tbs of oil
Salt as per taste
Cut the brinjal into longitudinal pieces.
Cut pomfret in half or let it remian whole which ever is suitable for you ,and then clean it well and then marinate with turmeric powder/holod and salt.
Heat up a saucepan ,add oil and fry the fish pieces well for golden brown.
Now in that saucepan which you were using to fry fish,add chopped garlic and let it fry well.
Add 1cup of water,1-2 tsp of turmeric powder,red pepper powder,chopped brinjal and tomato.
Add salt and some more oil also.
You may add in 2-3 green chillies as well for extra spicyness.
Add in fried fish.Cook till the gravy get thickned a little bit or the brinjal is cooked.
This recipe is inspired by our very known recipe of Ilish Macher Tel jhaal, so in place of pomfret you may use ilish(hilsa) also.
there are other pomfret recipes in Spice and Curry