Bengali Bhetki Begum Bahar Recipe (Spicy Fish Fillets Curry)

Bhetki Begum Bahar is one rich and spicy fish curry that comes from Bengali Cuisine. A very popular dish is Bengali marriages and special occasions. The fish fillets have a typical shape that are marinated and later fried golden. The curry is typically cooked in mustard oil where the richness comes from the poppy seeds and the cashew paste used. The extensive use of mace and nutmeg powder gives the curry an amazing aroma and flavor and also gives a rich look. Serve Bhetki Begum Bahar Recipe with ...

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Bengali Doi Maach Recipe (Fish In Yogurt Curry)

A Bengali meal is always incomplete without a fish item. Either it's a fish fry or a curry like Macher Kalia, Macher Jhol, Bhapa Ilish or Paturi. Each dish has it's own charm & delicacy. So here I am with such a dish which is truly robust, a taste that lingers in your mouth. The recipe of ‘Doi Maach’ that I am going to share is very easy to follow. Just marinate the fish for 15 to 20 minutes and slow cook for 15 minutes. Voila, your dish is ready! Serve Bengali Doi Maach along with Chingiri ...

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Bengali Style Tomato Khejur Er Chaatni (Tomato, Cranberry and Dates Chutney )Recipe

Bengali Style Tomato Khejur Er Chaatni (Tomato, Cranberry, and Dates Chutney )Recipe is a simple side dish made with the combination of flavors like sweet, sour and tangy. This will tingle the taste buds and is made especially by Bengali’s as their taste palate have these as their common flavors in their dish. Serve the Bengali Style Tomato, Cranberry, and Dates Chutney Recipe along with hot pulka or Lachaa Paratha to relish your dinner meal. If you are looking for more Chutney Recipes here are ...

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Bandhakopir Ghonto Recipe (Bengali Style Cabbage Fry)

Bandhakopir Ghonto is a simple yet flavourful stir fry dish from the Bengali Cuisine. Cabbage is a power house of so many nutrients. It is rich in Vitamin E that gives a glowing skin and healthy hair when consumed regularly. It is also high in Vitamin K that helps in improved  brain function and protects one from nerve damage. It is anti inflammatory and helps build a strong immune system to fight illness. So, it is most ideal to include this humble vegetable in our daily diet. You can make ...

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Radhaballabhi Recipe (Bengali Stuffed Poori With Spiced Urad Dal)

Radhaballabhi is a famous Bengali Recipe commonly prepared for Breakfast. Radhaballabhi is usually prepared with urad dal and spices for festive occasion like Krishna Janmashtami. It is a slightly sweeter poori in taste than kachoris. When I was searching for some crispy breakfast, I stumbled upon this stuffed puris. Prepare this Radhaballabhi and pair it with Aloo Dum for a fulfilling breakfast. Explore more festive recipes here Gopalkala Recipe (Janmashtami Special) Aval Payasam Recipe (Sweet ...

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Kumror/Kaddu Posto Recipe (Spiced Pumpkin with Poppy Seeds and Tomatoes )

Kumror/Kaddu Posto Recipe is a simple, quick twist to a traditional Bengali recipe of Aloo Posto. In my endeavour to experiment with vegetables and spices, this posto recipe came by chance and I must say we loved it, even my vegetable loving children ate it with delight. The subtle hint of garlic, along with lots of coriander and garam masala, makes this Kumror/Kaddu Posto a vegetarian delight. Serve Kumror/Kaddu Posto along with Bengali luchi and Boondi raita for a weekday lunch or dinner. If ...

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Bengali Phool Gobhir Paturi Recipe (Cauliflower & Potatoes With Poppy Seed Paste)

Phool Gobhir Paturi is a Bengali side dish prepared by cooking cauliflower and potato with poppy seed and black cumin seeds. The addition of poppy seed paste and black cumin seeds gives a unique aroma and taste to the dish. This delicious potato-cauliflower blend sabzi can be prepared in few minutes and is a versatile recipe which can be served along with rice, roti or chapati. If you like this recipe, explore more recipes from the Bengali Cuisine Bengali Luchi Recipe (Traditional Bengali Style ...

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Healthy Fulkopir Paturi Recipe (Bengali Style Cauliflower Dumplings)

This Fulkopir Paturi recipe is a vegetarian twist to the traditional Bengali ‘Paturi’, which is typically made with fish. Fish are marinated with spices dominated by mustard and then steam cooked in a banana leaf. In this vegetarian Paturi recipe, 'Fulkopir' or Cauliflower is grated and marinated in a spicy paste. Since this dish is steam cooked, there is very less use of oil. The flavours of the marinade remains intact after steaming. Fulkopir Paturi is a healthy and guilt free side dish that ...

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Bengali Style Shaak Bhaja Recipe (Stir Fried Green Amaranth leaves Recipe)

Bengali Style Shaak Bhaja Recipe (Stir Fried Green Amaranth Recipe) is an vegetarian dry dish made from green amaranth leaves.The leaves are tossed with poppy seeds and roasted peanuts to a give a crunchy element which balances out the dish. Every Bengali meal is completed by serving a dish made from these leaves. Using greens in your dish helps to give essential vitamins and iron that are required for a healthy body. Amaranth leaves especially is full of antioxidants and minerals which help in ...

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Potoler Dolma Recipe (Bengali Style Stuffed Pointed Gourd Curry)

Pointed Gourd/Parwal is called 'Potol' in Bengali and 'Dolma/Dorma' means a stuffed vegetable. This Bengali delicacy is usually made using prawns or fish. But in this vegetarian and low calorie version of the Potoler Dolma, the potol/parwal is stuffed with Indian Cottage Cheese and dry fruits. The stuffed potol is shallow fried instead of deep frying and is tossed in a tangy and spicy tomato-cashewnut gravy. Potoler Dolma is a wholesome and delicious dish that can be served along with phulkas or ...

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Mochar Ghonto Recipe (Traditional Banana Blossom Curry From West Bengal)

'Mocha' in Bengali means Plantain flowers or Banana blossoms. Plantain Flowers have amazing health benefits. They are high source of vitamins and minerals and also helps to prevent infections. They are beneficial for nursing mothers as it is believed to increase breast milk. The magnesium in the banana blossom makes it a 'happy' flower as it is believed to reduce anxiety and alleviate your mood. The 'Mochar Ghonto' is a traditional Bengali preparation, where the banana flowers are cooked along with ...

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