1. Aloo Posto r Biulir Daal
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Aloo Posto is a classical Bengali dish and heart of this dish is “Posto “seeds or Poppy seeds. For Bongs “Aloo Posto” works as a comfort food. Posto is the commonest ingredient found in a Bong pantry and I believe one of the basic dishes that we bong started with as part of our cooking ventures.
Now it’s time to introduce the perfect companion of Aloo Post which is “Biulir Daal” … A white semi Thick Daal prepared with Black Gram and tempered with Fennel seed and Ginger paste and the result is heaven!!!!!
“Aloo Posto” and “Biulir Daal “are generally served with steamed rice and can be found easily in Bengali specialty Restaurants!!!
2. Bhetki Macher Paturi
Bhetki Macher Paturi Bengali Recipe
Bhetki Macher Paturi is a signature Bengali fish dish where Bhetki Maach along with a paste of Mustard and Coconut wrapped in banana leaf and cooked in slow flame and result is melting in mouth Bhetki Macher Paturi. Here is the recipe of Bhetki Paturi that can be tried at home if you are available with fresh BheChingri Macher Malaicurry
3.Chingri Macher Malakari
Again another Classical dish; Chingri Macher Malaicurry / Malai Curry which symbolized Bengali cuisine in many places. There are lots of debates over the origin of this mouthwatering dish … Some people opined this dish was originated from Malay while some are in the opinion that the dish got its name from the Coconut Malai / Cream.
One of the common dishes for a Bong get-together…and why not! Anybody wants to fall for those Jumbo Prawns along with rich, thick coconut gravy. Generally ready with mild spices to give extra space to the divine aroma of Prawns and Coconut…Here’s the Recipe of Chingri Macher Malaicurry.