Typically, the Bengali Cuisine is an array of non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes, along with mouth-watering desserts that amount to an exquisite spread of home-cooked delicacies. Diversified spices such as kalonji, fenugreek, cinnamon, cumin seeds, turmeric, mustard powder/seeds add an offbeat taste, flavour and texture to these homegrown dishes for a far-reaching cookery experience of Bengali meal.
Dubai, which is doubtlessly a softening kettle of social principles and diversified cultures, is running wild to bathe in the storm of festive jazz of the season. If you are a die heart Bengali or even just a Bengali food admirer, Pinch of Spice, or popularly known as PoS, is your one-stop destination that is planted on 13th Street in Oud Metha.
Must-Try Dishes At Pinch Of Spice
From its plenty of Bengali Delicacies section, ‘Bou Thakurani’r Hather Bora’ that is, split Bengal gram mixed with spices and coated with bread crumbs, ‘Royal Bengali Fish Fry’- a dish where the ‘Bhetki’ fish is marinated with Chef’s special spices and mustard powder coated with bread crumbs, and ‘Shukto’- a traditional Bengali bitter and sweet preparation with mixed vegetable and a tinge of mustard paste, are dishes you definitely got to try out.
Highlights Of The Bhuri Bhoj Menu
People who have forever delighted in the authenticity of Bengali food, cannot possibly afford to keep a distance from its taste. Regardless of the continent you built your mansion in, you would always want your traditional appetite to stay intact. This is exactly why Dubai’s Pinch of Spice has it all in its gigantic section of Bengali Cuisine. Let us quickly help you stroll down through some of the most favoured dishes that demand your attention!
- Gondhoraj Bhetki’r Paturi: “Bhetki” fish marinated in special spices and mustard powder.
- Narkel Diye Cholar Dal: Split Bengal gram with coconut.
- Dhokar Dalna: Fried lentil cakes, cooked and tempered with Bengal spices.
- Shorshe Pabda’r Jhaal: “Pabda” fish in mustard gravy.
- Ilish Bhapa: Steamed Hilsa with mustard and coconut in banana leaf.
- Morich Murgi: Chicken curry with black pepper.
- Thakurbari’r Bashonti Pulao: Sweetened pulao flavoured with whole garam masala.
- Baked Roshogolla: The famous Bengali sweet “Roshogolla” is baked with sweetened milk.
- Channar Payesh: Bengali styled cottage cheese pudding.
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Bengalis from far and wide in the emirate and other parts of the UAE are crowding to the gracefully decked up restaurant with their friends and family. What are you waiting for then? Christmas?