The festive period is a foodie's paradise with plenty of mouth-watering dishes to savour. People can be found sampling delicious Bengali dishes during Durga Puja . From snacks to sweet dishes, Bengali food has something to offer all food enthusiasts.
To kick-start the Durga Puja fervour in Bangalore, COMMEAT invites you for a lavish Pujo spread specially curated by our Home Culinaire Varnika Ghosh.
•Veg cutlets: Vegetable Chop ( Bengali Style Vegetable Cutlet is a mouthwatering street food of Kolkata
•Shami kebab: Shami kabab is the most popular kabab in Bangladesh. It is made with a small patty of minced or ground meat
•Phulkofir torkari (cauliflower): Bengalis love their Luchi along with a bowl full of Aloo Phulkopir Dalna and this dish is completely different from famous North Indian “Aloo Gobhi”
•Masur Dal with Bhindi Bhaja: A Bengali twist to the Masur Dal
•Shorshe Machh (fish in mustard): Shorshe Bata Diye Mach er Jhal or Mustard Fish Curry is a Signature Bengali Dish and requires no introduction!
•Kosha Maangsho (mutton curry): Mutton Kosha or Kosha Mangsho is an exclusive Bengali dish where mutton is coated and simmered in hot spicy gravy for Spicy Dry Mutton Curry.
•Tomato Chatni with Papad
•Payash: In Bengali culture, people says, Payesh is the best sweet item to celebrate any good news