Durga Pooja, the annual worshipping of Durga, has just stared and is expected to go till 22nd of October. The festival known for its beautiful colours and food is one of the most important festivals in the Indian calendar. No festivity is complete without food, right? The same goes for Durga Pooja.
We give you 25 dishes that you absolutely need to try this year.
Delicious and soft, this dessert is a must-have for Durga Pooja
Fluffy, crisp and de-lish. Grab a plate already. Hot Malpuas are a cookin’.
Rava Fried Fish Recipe
An easy-to-make fish fry marinated in ginger, garlic and coated with rava. From the famous Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana.
You can’t celebrate a festival that Bengal is known for without Rasmalai, can you?
Ladoos for every occasion, right?
A rich, creamy, coconut-y feel in every bite!
A sweet and healthy dessert.
A Bengali dish, Luchi is similar to Puri but have a lighter texture and golden look. Pair it with a Sabji and you are good to go.
For those of you who like their ladoos, coconut-y.
A beautiful Indian cake made with milk.
No Bengali festival would be complete without Rasagulla, would it?
Tangra Macher Johl Recipe
This catfish recipe is a Bengali favourite. Spicy and best had with plain rice.
Mutton Biryani Recipe
Biryani marks a celebration and if it’s with tender pieces of mutton, you know you’re in for a feast.
Ilish Macher Hol Recipe
Beautifully cooked fish curry with a flavour that you can savour!
This is one dish that you won’t be able to get enough of.
Fish Pakora Recipe
The perfect evening snack.
Cholar Dal Recipe
A typical Bengali dishes made especially during festivals and occasions. The dal is rich in flavour and spice.
Mishmi Doi Recipe
This sweet curd is the epitome of Bengal and no festival would be complete without it.
Aloo Posto Recipe
A Bengali recipe with potatoes and poppy seeds.
Begun Bhaja Recipe
A snack that you can’t stop eating.