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Mete Chorchori - Oily Liver Pool

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Mete Chorchori - Liver curry in Bengali style Mete Chorchori - Liver Dish in Bengali style By , published by Prasadam: December 20, 2014During these winter days in dinner we tend to lean over to some hot oily food when the temperature hovers near about 10o C. A traditional dish "mete chorchori" [liver curry] is one of the best recipe for the busy weekdays when you do not want to spend much time in cooking nor buying junk meals. One try can fetch you to the kitchen every time, I bet.

5 stars based on 30 reviews | Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 15 minutes | Total time: 25 min | Yield: Medium bowl | Serving size: 2 serving | Calories per serving: 300Ingredients: Chicken/Mutton Liver: 300g, Tomato: 1 large Onion: 2 large, sliced Fresh ginger and garlic paste: 1 tablespoon Powder spices 1 tsp each: Turmeric, red chillies, coriander seeds, black pepper, toasted nutmeg 1 Whole spices: Bay leaves 2,…

Mutton Rezala Recipe

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Sabir's Mutton Rezala Recipe Sabir's Mutton Rezala Recipe By , published by Prasadam: October 13, 2014Mutton Rezala with Paratha is the most desirable dish during the festive season of our family due to its comparitively low richness, the fact which has set our mind free to eat sufficient red meat once in a year in the tropical geographical climatic region like Kolkata. The word 'rezala' stands for "khoobsurat" meaning beautiful. In reality the beauty of this highly popular Mughal dish Rezala [lamb or goat meat in a thin yogurt sauce] can only be understood by those who have tasted it from the menu of Sabir's Hotel. This eatery situated at 3 and 5 Biplabi Anukul Chandra Street, Chandni Chowk metro station, kolkata acquainted the Bengali cuisine in the year 1948. Said Sabir Ali from the state of Uttar Pradesh came to Kolkata in search of earnings. While working for a daily meal eatery where he used to make tikia and paratha he conceived th…

Kolkata Mutton Curry Recipe

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Kolkata Mutton Curry - golbari kosha mangshoTraditional starter |  Fry n Fritters  | Legumes | Rice | Meat |  Fish | Sour | Sweet | TeaGolbarir Kosha Mangsho Golbarir Kosha Mangsho By Barnali Dutta Published: May 24, 2014It is about Mutton Kawsha of the last century famously reputed 'kasha mangsho', one of the signature dish of Kolkata, first presented commercially by the New Punjabi Hotel popular as “Golbari” situated at Shyambazar five points established by late Ratan Arora around 1915-1920 still available the original dish there with some other specialties, a slow-cooked dark-brown dry mutton curry served with soft ghee-smeared chapattis, vinegar pickled onion rings and tamarind chutney. In that era no other meat serving eatery was to be found nearby. Few sweetmeat shops and some other fry shops were the primary occupants. Hence golbari has always encountered large crowd count for its food right from the start. In the beginning the shop served the usual chick…