Bengali Cuisine @ “monchasha”

authentic bengali cuisine over at “monchasha”

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Pre Breakfast

Khejurer Rosh (Fresh Date Juice)

Cha (Tea) with Biscuit

 

Breakfast

Luchi

Cholar Dal (Bengal Gram) / Kalo Jire – Kancha Lonkar Sada Aloor Sabji

Bonde / Mihidana / Jilipi (Sweet)

Cha (Tea) / Coffee

 

Or

Bread Toast with Butter / Jam

Eggs (Boiled / Fried)

Fresh Fruit

Cha (Tea) / Coffee

 

Pre Lunch

Daaber Jol (Coconut Water) / Nun-Chini-Lebur Sorbot (Fresh Lime Water)

 

Lunch

Green Salad

Ghee Bhaat (Rice)

Sukto (Bitter Veg Mix) or Utchhey Bhaja (Fried Bitter Gourd)

Daal (Lentil Soup) with Begun Bhaja (Brinjal Fry)

Torkari (Veg Mix)

Maacher Jhol / Jhaal (Fish Curry) – optional Veg Mix for Vegetarians

Chatni (Picle)

Rosogolla (Sweet)

 

Evening Snacks

Muri (Puffed Rice) with Beguni (Fried Brinjal) / Piyaji (Onion Pakora), Cha (Tea)

 

Dinner

Bhaat (Rice) / Roti (Chapati)

Daal (Lentil Soup) with Aloo Bhaja (Potato Fry)

Torkari (Veg Mix)

Deshi Murgir Jhool

Chatni (Picle)

Nolen Gurer Payesh (Sweet)

 

Costing: Rs.585/- only per person per day

* menu may change according to the availability of raw materisls

Published by nilanjan basu

i am nilanjan, i have always been interested in traveling and photography since my childhood and be inspired by other similar souls. i am working with some alternate tourism modules and still searching for a better one based on sustainability. i basicaly act as a consultant on rural based sustainable ecotourism. my hobby is for creative endeavors in the rural field in india! thank you for visiting my profile! go green! go rural.

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