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1. Biryani

Biryani rice, biriyani, biriani (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Indian mixed rice dish with its origins among the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. It is popular throughout the subcontinent and among the diaspora from the region. It is generally made with spices, rice, and meat

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2. Lime And Date Juice

(Bangladeshi)

Lime and Date juice is one of the most common and favourite juice of everyone. Sometime you may found natural Lime and date juice in street that is really exotic to taste. And also its usually takes in Ramadan to broke the ruja.

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3. Sweet Lassi

(Bangladeshi)

Sweet lassi is a form of lassi flavored with sugar, rosewater or lemon, strawberry or other fruit juices. Saffron lassis, which are particularly rich, are a specialty of Bangladesh. It is kinda milkshake. Though Bangladesh is a hot country that's why lassi is very popular in this country in the summer season.

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4. Bakorkhani

(Bangladeshi)

Bakorkhani (wheat and sugar-based) is a famous and traditional snack available in old Dhaka. Also, people from Sylhet take bakorkhani with tea as snacks.

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5. Kebab

kabob (-Middle Eastern-)

Various Middle Eastern dishes originally based on grilled meat, and now with many variants. Two of the best-known kebab dishes are shish kebab and doner kebab. In contemporary American and British English, a kebab is a common dish, consisting of a skewer with small pieces of meat or seafood, together with vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers. Also known as shish kebab or sometimes shashlik, kebabs are customarily prepared in homes and restaurants, and are usually cooked on a grill or barbeque. The word kebab may also be used as a general term in English to describe any …

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