Bhetki Paturi To Dim Shorshe; 8 Bengali Dishes To Cook With Mustard

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Welcome to the world of Bengali cuisine! Today, we'll explore 8 mouth-watering dishes that use mustard as the star ingredient. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with Bhetki Paturi and Dim Shorshe!

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Slide 1: Bhetki Paturi is a traditional Bengali dish made with steamed fish marinated in a paste of mustard, coconut, and spices. It's then wrapped in banana leaves and cooked to perfection. The result? A burst of flavors in every bite!

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Slide 2: Next up, we have Dim Shorshe, a popular egg curry dish that is a staple in every Bengali household. The creamy gravy is made with a blend of mustard, yogurt, and spices, giving it a unique tangy taste.

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Slide 3: Want to add a twist to your regular chicken curry? Try making Shorshe Murgi, a Bengali delicacy where chicken is cooked in a mustard-based gravy. It's a perfect balance of spicy and tangy flavors.

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Slide 4: For all the vegetarians out there, we have Shorshe Phulkopi, a dish made with cauliflower and a mustard-based gravy. It's a simple yet delicious dish that will leave you wanting more.

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Slide 5: If you're a fan of seafood, then you must try Chingri Malai Curry. This creamy prawn curry is made with a blend of mustard, coconut milk, and spices, giving it a rich and flavorful taste.

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Slide 6: Another seafood dish that is a must-try is Ilish Bhapa, a steamed hilsa fish dish marinated in a mustard and yogurt paste. It's a delicacy that is often served during special occasions in Bengali households.

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Slide 7: Moving on to snacks, we have Beguni, a popular street food in Bengal. Thinly sliced eggplant is coated in a batter made with mustard and gram flour, and then deep-fried to crispy perfection.

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Slide 8: No Bengali meal is complete without a side of Chutney. And what better way to make it than with mustard? Kancha Aamer Chutney, made with raw mangoes and mustard, is a perfect blend of sweet and tangy flavors.

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Slide 9: Last but not least, we have Shorshe Bata, a simple yet versatile mustard paste that can be used as a marinade, dip, or spread. It's a must-have in every Bengali kitchen and adds a unique flavor to any dish.