5 (Bangladeshi)

List by: atasneem, created: 29 Mar 2020, updated: 07 Jun 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

Here are 5 iconic Bengali breakfast dishes that you must try if you are a fan of flavors, spices and all things decadent.

1. Radha Ballabhi

(Bangladeshi)

Radha Ballabhi is a Bangladeshi breakfast dish made of lentil stuffed poori or Indian flat bread which is deep-fried in mustard oil. It is served with aloor dum or aloor tarkari, a spicy potato curry. Also anyone can use Kasundi with this. Kasundi is a special mustard sauce which has a strong and pungent flavor.

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2. Luchi And Cholar Dal

(Bangladeshi)

This rich dal preparation is a part of every festive Bengali spread. Slightly sweet in taste, Cholar dal is made with an aromatic tadka of whole spices, bay leaf, cinnamon and cardamom. Some preparations also use fried coconut bits to top the thick dal. Cholar Dal goes best with luchi. Luchi is a deep-fried flat-bread or poori which is made using refined flour and clarified butter. https://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/5-famous-…

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3. Ghugni

(Bangladeshi)

Ghugni is a spiced chickpea or Bengal gram based curry which can be enjoyed as a stand-alone snack with toppings of onion, masalas and lemon. It can also be enjoyed as a meal with hot luchi. While it is essentially a vegetarian dish, several preparations also add cooked mutton chunks to the spicy gravy to make the treat more wholesome and tempting. https://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/5-famous-…

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4. Koraishutir Kachuri

(Bangladeshi)

Koraishutir Kachuri is a special kind of kachori which is made using peas. This traditional snack is made just like the regular kachuris, but with a filling of boiled peas blended with ginger, green chillies and masalas. It is one of the most popular winter breakfasts of Bengal along with radha ballabhi. Koraishutir Kachuri also goes best with aloo curry. https://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/5-famous-…

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5. Mughlai Paratha

(Bangladeshi)

Mughlai Paratha is a popular street food in Kolkata, India and Bangladesh. It can be a soft fried bread enhanced by a stuffing of keema (minced meat), egg, onions and pepper; or a paratha stuffed with the same or similar ingredients.Mughlai paratha was one of those mughlai recipes that entered in undivided Bengal during the Mughal Empire. Mughal rule mostly influenced the cuisine of Dhaka than rural Bangladesh.

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