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Knacha Posto Bata: Poppy Seeds Paste

 

“Posto, Bhaat and Ghoom” defines a Bengali as much as “Bhaat, Maach and Bhaja” does. A lot many Bengalis are fervent posto eaters: to the extent that posto is served in some form or the other in a meal every single day. It could be side dish, or used to thicken a sauce, [...]

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Koraishuti-r Kochuri: Peas Stuffed Fried Bread

Sitting on one side of the cold mosaic floor of the kitchen I shelled peas, the split green pods piled on the kulo – the winnowing tray. The pale yellow sweater had a hole on one arm, near my wrist, the yarn had started to come out from loops. The stem of the pods [...]

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Begun Posto: Eggplants with Poppy Seeds Paste

 

This is another traditional Bengali recipe. Eggplants are  lightly sauteed and then cooked in the creamy poppy seed paste. It is amazingly simple and flavorful. This happens to be one of those dishes where no spices are required.

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Pineapple Cranberry Chutney

 

One year flew by. Didn’t it? ¬†Never to come back. Never to repeat. Never to offer us another chance.

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Aloo Bhaate/Aloo Makha: Mashed Potatoes the Bengali Way

 

 

Aloo Bhaate or mashed potatoes is the most basic dish in Bengali cuisine. It happens to be our quintessential comfort food. I will go ahead a little further and say that Aloo Bhaate defines a Bengali to a certain extent.

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