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Luchi Tarkari

Luchi Tarkari

<b>Luchi</b> should be made with all purpose flour or maida, little bit Moyan of ghee to bind the flour and salt. Then make a firm dough and should rest for 30 minutes minimum and then make small balls, flatten them with roller pin and deep fry them to make fluffy <b>Luchi</b>.

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Piaji & Beguni

Piaji & Beguni

Piaji & Beguni is nothing but Onion & eggplant fritters. Chopped Onion & Eggplant dipped in Besan batter with other spices and deep fried.

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Aloor Chop

Aloor Chop

"Aloor Chop" Or Potato fritters is Bengal's most popular street snacks. This "Aloor Chop" serves with Puffed Rice Or "Muri" & Tea.

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Bengali Chicken Cutlet

Bengali Chicken Cutlet

In Indian cuisine, a cutlet specifically refers to cooked meat (mutton, beef, fish or chicken) stuffing that is fried with a batter/covering. The meat itself is cooked with spices - onion, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, coriander (cilantro), green chilies, lemon and salt.

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Jhuri Aloo Bhaja

Jhuri Aloo Bhaja

Thinly Sliced Aloo Bhaja, Jhuri Aloo bhaja. Here is the recipe of Jhuri Aloo Bhaja i.e. Very thinly grated crispy fried potato. This variantion of Aloo bhaja can be serves as evening snack also with "Masala Chai".

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