From how to make mangsher achar to how to cook authentic ghee rice and Bengali prawn curry, this list consists of authentic Bengali recipes that you can make at home.
Mishti Ghee Rice
Mishti Ghee Rice is sweet rice made with a lot of ghee and sugar syrup along with a few spices, topped off with dry fruits, and are served during special occassion.
When you mix, mustard oil, rice and lots of veggies and spices, you get a traditional Bengali khichdi. This recipe will give you a step by step guide on how to make khichdi less boring.
Mangsher achar is an authentic spicy Bengali pickle that's made of boneless mutton pieces and can be stored for up to 2-3 weeks.
Macher Ganga Jamuna
Macher Ganga Jamuna is a traditional Bengali recipe that's covered in spiced filled marinade and fried in mustard oil. This is cooked during special occasions.
Poddo Luchi has a fluffy dough exterior that is filled with the richness of mawa and nutty flavours of the coconut and then deep-fried.
Bengali style Mutton biryani is one recipe that you have to learn. It will change the way you eat rice and it's definitely a yummy dish to add in your weekly meal plan.
With this traditional prawn curry recipe, you can bring the authentic tastes of Bengal in your kitchen too. This dish is also called Chingri Malai Curry.
Hilsa is a popular fish in Bengal that's cooked in poppy seeds and mustard oil. This beautiful curry recipe goes very well with rice.
Dhakai Chicken Curry
Dhakai Chicken Curry is prepared in a marinade full of masalas and fried in mustard oil. The chicken absorbs all those delicious flavours from the creamy paste of plums and dry fruits.
Alur Dum is a Bengali dry potato gravy dish. This recipe gives the traditional recipe a Chinese twist and it goes well with lunchis (bengali puris).
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