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Bengali Subzi / Gravies recipes


Last Updated : Jan 19,2018



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In love with the flavour of mustard, Bengalis use several types of the seed in their cooking including black and yellow varieties. This, as well as the use of mustard oil and panch phoron, gives their subzis and gravies a special flavour. Have a go at recipes like Bati Chorichori, Bengali Style Okra, Papaya Tarkari and Baingan Bhaja to experience the magic of Bengali cooking.

When something can be cooked quickly and easily, and is also too tasty to resist, it appeals to everybody! such is the case with the Bengali Style Okra. A fine powder of mustard and poppy seeds lends a unique flavour to this subzi.

The use of mustard in many forms – as seeds, paste and oil too – is a classic characteristic of Bengali cooking. In this traditional Bengali -style subzi too, mustard paste is what gives the special flavour. Bati Chorichori, so full of veggies, is a delight to behold and consume.

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Recipe# 40603
19 Mar 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Amongst traditional Bengali recipes, Baingan Bhaja is an evergreen favourite. The original recipe involves shallow-frying the baingan in lots of oil till it is succulent and aromatic. We have tweaked the recipe smartly to get the same awesome results with minimal ....
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Recipe# 42369
19 Jan 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
A classic Bengalii dish of moong dal dumplings cooked in a spinach gravy. The vibrant taste and unique mouth-feel of this dish make it a great hit, not just with Bengalis but anybody who tastes it. Boriya Diya Palang Saag literally means a gravy (saag) of ....
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Recipe# 41589
25 Mar 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Panch phoron is a mix of five seeds, which is a must-have in every Bengali kitchen. Sometimes the panch phoron is tempered whole, whereas in recipes like this they are crushed coarsely and used. This Bengali Style Jackfruit Curry is tempered with panch phoron ....
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Recipe# 38905
23 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
When something can be cooked quickly and easily, and is also too tasty to resist, it appeals to everybody! such is the case with the bengali style okra. A fine powder of mustard and poppy seeds lends a unique flavour to this subzi, which features only simple ingredients that can be found in anybody' ....
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Recipe# 260
23 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
What is there to complain about baingan if it is prepared interestingly? everybody will love this dish of aubergines. The technique of marinating the aubergines with salt before cooking ensures that the jhat-pat baingan subzi is not just quick but also very easy to make.
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Recipe# 41468
22 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A fascinating name coupled with a fabulous flavour makes this Bengali Mixed Vegetable Dry Subzi a must-try recipe! Chorchori is a famous Bengali vegetable preparation made with loads of oil and ghee. This healthy version limits the amount of oil and fats used, giving you the same awesome flavour ....
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Recipe# 22364
13 Mar 17

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
This traditional Bengali specialty is one of my favourite recipes and I recommend that you give this one a try. This recipe proves that poppy seeds and potatoes are a match made in heaven! try other Bengali subzis like Mulor G ....
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Recipe# 4357
16 May 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Tongue-tickler to the core, the Aloo Gobi Methi Tuk is a tasty subzi featuring deep-fried veggies perked up with a traditional tempering and fenugreek leaves. Deep-frying the potato wedges with the peels on, gives it a rustic flavour that you will thoroughly enjoy. Fenugreek and chaat masala, on the ....
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Recipe# 41466
06 Feb 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Kumror Chhokka is a delectable Bengali subzi made with potatoes and pumpkin, teamed up with snake gourd and kabuli chana. A tempering of panch phoron and other spice powders boost the flavour and aroma of these veggies, giving you a tasty subzi that goes well ....
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Recipe# 41436
02 Apr 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Posto is one of the classic dishes from Bengali cuisine, which is sure to make you wipe off your portion in a jiffy and gleefully lick your fingers too! Poppy seed is the characteristic ingredient of this famous subzi, and all other variants of Posto. Here, w ....
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Recipe# 38233
29 Apr 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A bengali preparation…. Where garam masala adds the zing to the flavour of radish combined with green peas is a wonderful blend of spices and chillies makes this vegetable even more delectable.
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Recipe# 37756
17 Jan 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Another delicious dish from east india…easy and quick to make and can be enjoyed hot with parathas or plain chapatis. Ladies finger being high in fibre helps to lower blood sugar levels.
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Recipe# 5704
10 Oct 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Poppy seeds, generally associated with sweets and rich gravies, are a wonderful source of iron! Here, they are used along with ridge gourd to make a quick and easy subzi. Ridge Gourd with Poppy Seeds has a nutty taste and pleasant texture that is very enjoyable. Serve hot with a roti of your choice.
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Recipe# 38809
26 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The humble papaya has a great many followers today, thanks to its nutritional benefits. It not only ensures an ample dose of vitamins, it also improves metabolism and keeps the body clean and fit. Here is a way in which you can include the raw form also in your diet. Papaya tarkari is a healthy beng ....
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