Bangladeshi recipes reflect the culinary traditions, food
culture and the historical Bangladeshi foods and cuisine. As a matter of course, cooking recipes of Bengal and Bangladesh are more focused on chicken, fish, duck, cow meat, rice and vegetables. Bangladesh is rich in producing rice as well as fishing and therefore both of these are exported from Bangladesh to world. Abundance of rice and fish also play an important role in their usage in most of the Bengali recipes. Bengali fish curry and rice is a famous Bangladeshi recipe which is not only eaten largely in Bangladesh but also dined by mass of Bengalis in other countries of the world.
Cooking in Bangladesh
Bangla people mostly use vegetable, mustard oil and sunflower oil for cooking food. Additionally, for some special flavored foods, Ghee is also used for cooking. Bengali recipes are almost similar to the culinary of other Asian countries. They are similar to some extent with South East Asian and North East Indian food traditions. Common spices used in Bengali recipes are onion, turmeric powder, ginger, garlic, clarified butter (ghee), mint, coriander, white cumin, taiz pat (bay leaves) and ground chili and pepper.
Famous Bengali Recipes
Bangladeshi food recipes range from light to high spiced meals. Sweet recipes like Jilapi, Mishti Doi, Kalo Jam, Kalakand and Chum Chum are specialized Bengali sweets, famous across the world.
KFoods.com is a major source of Bangladeshi recipes. View all cooking recipes of Bengal here, choose from sweet, spicy and sour dishes and plan a Bengali Meal Menu for your next dining.