Luchi holds a special place in Bengali hearts during Puja, commonly accompanied by Alur dom, begun bhaja, and cholar dal. This deep-fried delight is stands first in vegetarian menus, making it a Puja favorite.
Bengali Aloo dum is a mildly spicy potato curry, very popular with luchi or pulao and is during pujo days. It is generally cooked without onion or garlic making it ideal for vegerterian menu
Portions of brinjal cut into round or long slices and then fried with some spices. The skin is crispy and the flesh is soft and plump. It goes well with luchi or even khichuri during Pujo Days
Mugh dal invariably occupies a cherished spot in every Bengali celebration, ideally accompanied by steaming gorom bhat and complemented by crispy bhaja bhauji as a delectable side dish.
This classic Bengali dish featuring potatoes cooked in a poppy seed paste is bengalis all time favorite. It's a comforting, flavorful, and vegetarian dish known for its creamy texture and nutty taste. Often served with steamed rice, it embodies the essence of Bengali cuisine.
Macher Kalia is a fish curry with an onion and yogurt based. It is typically made for special occasions like Dirga Puja
"Sesh pate mishti" is what Bengalis eagerly await. "Bhapa Doi," crafted from just two ingredients, can be a delightful alternative to "Mishti Doi." at the end of the course.