Durga Puja 2022: 5 Classic Bhog Recipes To Prepare During The Festival

Sep 30, 2022 10:52 IST
The festive season is here and we are all set to celebrate the biggest Bengali festival of the year - Durga Puja. Here we bring you some classic recipes to prepare during the festival.
  • Durga Puja 2022: 5 Classic Bhog Recipes To Prepare During The Festival

    Durga Puja celebration is a five-day extravaganza that begins on the sixth day of Navratri (Sasthi) and ends with Vijaya Dashami (on Dusserha). This year Durga Puja begins on October 1, 2022 and ends on October 5, 2022. The festival brings along a range of delicious recipes that are traditionally prepared to offer as bhog to Goddess Durga. Check out the recipes below.
  • Khichuri (Bengali-Style Khichdi)

    Click here for recipe A Bengali style khichdi, or khichuri as known in the local dialect, is a must-try dish during the puja season. All you need is some rice, moong dal and some veggies to prepare this dish.
  • Beguni

    Click here for recipe A quick treat to add to the side of your khichuri is this no-fuss eggplant fritter. Just dip thin slices of eggplant in spiced besan batter and deep fry until it turns perfectly golden.
  • Labra

    Click here for recipe This authentic mixed vegetable preparation is just what you need to complete a true Durga Puja meal. Spicy and flavourful, this mushy mixed veg curry is made with vegetables and a mixture of panch phoron.
  • Mishti Doi

    Click here for recipe Mishti Doi needs no introduction in the list of Bengali foods. The delicious milky curd is a regular feature in almost all kinds of Bengali platters.
  • Payesh

    Click here for recipe To end the meal and the celebrations on a sweet note, here is the recipe for the Bengali kheer known as payesh. Here's a special paneer payesh recipe for you.
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