Durga Puja Food Recipes 2022: From Muri Ghonto to Khichuri; 5 Lip-Smacking Traditional Bengali Foods You’d Love To Devour During Durgotsava (Watch Videos)

Durga Puja, Durgotsav or Sharadotsava is an annual 10-day festival dedicated to the worship of Goddess Shakti. The Hindu observance is widely celebrated in the Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Odisha, Tripura and Bangladesh. Bengalis also mark Durga Puja with utmost respect and pomp in homes and in public places. The last five days of the festival are very significant. The sacred puja to seek Goddess Durga’s blessing is performed by installing her clay statues in the pandals with structural decorations. According to the Hindu calendar, the festivities fall during the month of Ashwin. Durga Puja 2022 in India will start on October 1, Saturday, and end with Vijayadashmi on October 5, Wednesday. This article offers you Durga Puja 2022 cooking recipes, which are must-haves during the religious celebration! Difference between Navratri and Durga Puja: Ahead of Shardiya Navratri 2022, from food to festivities, know how these two celebrations are more different than you think!

1. Muri Ghonto

The flagship dish of Bengali cuisine, muri ghonto, is the heavenly amalgamation of rice, pieces of potato and fish head.

2. Khichuri

The most delicious and essential dish of Durga Puja Bhog, Khichuri is made with rice, mung dal, potatoes, cauliflower and the goodness of rich Indian spices.

3.Shorshe Ilish

Authentic Bengali delicacy is made with hello steamed fish in mustard oil, spices and green chillies. This dish will definitely make you want a second serving.

4. Roshogola

The spongy, sweet and juicy white cottage cheese dessert is a mandatory part of the Pujo! Already hungry?

5. Chutney Aamer

At the end of the hearty meal, people serve the sour-tasting Aamer chutney consisting of sliced ​​raw mangoes, mustard seeds, fried species and sugar.

The Goddess Shakti Festival is all about celebrating good over evil, prayers, dancing, music and lots of food. Bengalis love food, and in their festivities there are no restrictions on observing a vegetarian diet. A huge range of dishes, from sweet to spicy to non-vegetarian, simple to exotic and authentic to fusion, the article has covered all the mouth-watering cuisines that are a must to enjoy the true spirit of the festival.

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