If you are not a Bengali then you may be unaware about this sojne phool bati chorchori. But what is sojne phool? This may come in your mind once you have heard about this dish. Is it not true? Sojne phool is nothing but those tiny drumstick flower what we often see during late winter in India. Though drumstick fruit is very popular vegetable in India, particularly in West Bengal. It is also popular in neighboring country Bangladesh too. But many people of this country (particularly in West Bengal) also use drumstick flower as a vegetable during late summer. [Read more…] about Sojne phool bati chorchori, Drumstick flower curry
Rezala curry is generally a non-vegetarian dish. If you have landed here for chicken rezala curry then I am sorry. But I believe that paneer rezala curry is also an awesome vegetarian dish. People love this Bengali dish for its thick white yogurt based curry. [Read more…] about Paneer rezala curry, A popular & very delicious Bengali dish
Bengali people use various leafy vegetables to make some delicious traditional dishes. Methi begun is one of those awesome leafy vegetable dishes. It is a simple methi saag bhaji with small pieces of brinjal (Simple Bengali style methi saag bhaja recipe). It is very popular not only in rural Bengal but also equally popular among the urban population. [Read more…] about Methi begun, Bengali style methi saag bhaji
Kacha posto bata! Raw poppy seeds paste! How to make posto bata?
If you are not Bengali then you may raise your eyebrows. Who eat raw poppy seeds? Is it edible? Haha! These are the most common queries and if you are not Bengali then nobody can help you in this matter. This kacha posto bata is one of the most favorite traditional dishes of many Bengali people. [Read more…] about Kacha posto bata, Awesome Bengali traditional dish
If somebody asks you about pholourie then being an Indian you may think it is something new food. But I ask whether did you ever try fuluri then all east Indian people, particularly Bengali people will say “Yes, we all love fuluri with hot masala tea in the evening“. Actually, Indo Caribbean pholourie and Bengali fuluri are same food but is is known as Pholourie in Caribbean island and fuluri in Eastern parts of India. [Read more…] about Indo Caribbean pholourie versus Bengali fuluri, a traditional evening snack