Durga Puja 2021 has started on the 11th of October and will last till the 15th. Here is an iconic Bengali delicacy you can easily make at home this pujo season.
The recipe gives a healthy twist to kosha mangsho and replaces mutton with low-fat chicken.This kosha chicken dish tastes as good as the traditional kosha mangsho.
Ananya Banerjee, popular food vlogger, gave a slight spin to the Kosha Mangsho dish and came up with an equally delectable dish Doi Mangsho.
Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu enjoys a dish very close to her heart and home and it is definitely making us drool! The actress is all hearts for this famous Bengali Mutton dish.
From doi maach, posto chicken, Kolkata biryani to rolls and robust maccher jhol, each dish is better than the previous, so much that you won't just stop at one bite.
We can see her feasting on some classic Bengali dishes and we cant help but drool over her Sunday dinner.
So what should you be eating during Durga Puja? There is no definite answer, because technically we eat just about everything, but then again there are a few things that become almost imperative.
The Ananda Mela,is the tradition where a host of local women offer home-cooked food like Biryani, Kosha Mangsho, Mutton Chops, Ghugni, Sandesh, Narkel Naru on the evening before the puja begins.
Slightly flaky from outside and soft from inside, luchi makes a popular breakfast item among Bengalis, when accompanied by sada aloo torkari (potato curry).
From laal maas to kosha mangsho to mutton biryani, there is really no dearth of enticing mutton delicacies in this country, and you can safely add this mutton bhuna masala to the list as well.