There is another type of goat meat recipe in bengali style which is just opposite to this, with a good amount of curry and with less "kasha" or frying the meat, which I posted earlier here, we call it "Pathar mangshor Jhol(Goat meat curry)"
Chicken- Chatpata Chicken. Fish-Macher Kalia. Fish Fry-Snack. Chatpata Chicken Chicken boneless(cut into small pieces)-500 gm Onion diced-2 big Garlic chopped Finely-10 cloves Red,green and yello. Tel Begun Ingredients Brinjal-Cut into circles which should be medium width Khuskhus(posto)paste-5 big spoons Sarso(white mustard)pas. Ingredients Basa/Bhetki fish(boneless cut in cubes)-10 pieces Pepper powder-half spoon salt to taste Chilli powder-half spoon or t. (Rohu or Katla)-medium pieces leaving the head portion Sliced onions-2 big size Ginger and Garlic paste-Half. Ingredients Basa/Bhetki fish(boneless cut in cubes)-10 pieces Pepper powder-half spoon salt to taste Chilli powder-half spoon or t
Having consumed mountainous loads of Bengali Aloo Dum during my childhood days in West Bengal, I have strived to arrive at the authentic recipe with the perfect mix of spices that would stir my Bengali friends into a eating frenzy
Making bori yourself is not too tricky – there is a lovely recipe here if you are keen – if you live in a country where you can rely on warm, glowing hot sun, but as the weather in the UK is at best erratic when it comes to sunshine, it would probably be rather tricky
Before heading for recipe, there are few make-ahead that will definitely save your time like –. Since tomatoes has entered very late into the Bengali kitchens, so traditionally tomatoes never find its way in any Bengalirecipes