FESTIVAL FOODS

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  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    Being Bengali I can say bit more regarding the food cooked during festive seasons.
    We cook Khichadi, Dum aloo, potato fry, brinjal fry, many other vegetable fry, kheer, ladoo, rasgoola, gulabjamun, etc in all Pujas. In Bhaidooj and Jamai shashti, we cook Luchi/ Bhaturai, Dum aloo, Mutton curry, chicken curry, fish curry, biryani, etc. Sweet dishes are ofcourse compulsory.

    There are some sweets which are commonly prepared in Pashim Banga and Bangladesh. Among them are chushi, jeebhe Gauja, Malpua, Gokul Pitha, Chandan Kath, etc.

  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    Being Bengali I can say bit more regarding the food cooked during festive seasons.
    We cook Khichadi, Dum aloo, potato fry, brinjal fry, many other vegetable fry, kheer, ladoo, rasgoola, gulabjamun, etc in all Pujas. In Bhaidooj and Jamai shashti, we cook Luchi/ Bhaturai, Dum aloo, Mutton curry, chicken curry, fish curry, biryani, etc. Sweet dishes are ofcourse compulsory.

    There are some sweets which are commonly prepared in Pashim Banga and Bangladesh. Among them are chushi, jeebhe Gauja, Malpua, Gokul Pitha, Chandan Kath, etc.


    I think, like Keralites, Bengalis also love fish a lot. So, they include fish in every celebrations....even marriages.... :whistle:

    Meera sandhu

  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    We have a food stuff called khajur that is made during the festivals in uttrakhand. Its made up of flour, ghee and sugar. Its my favorite too.

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  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    Laddus ,Payasam, Pongal, halwa are some fetival foods of hindus and biryani and kazzu sweets are muslims festival foods.

  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    Laddus ,Payasam, Pongal, halwa are some fetival foods of hindus and biryani and kazzu sweets are muslims festival foods.


    Laddu Payasam and Holige are the most common items prepared for festivals in Hindu households.In Mangalore we prepare Coconut Barfi and the usual kheer,payasam for Deepavali and fresh tender cashew kheer for Ugadi which is very tasty.We make a sweet called manjalda adye , one of my favorites , which is rice batter spread on turmeric leaves with coconut and jaggery filling and steamed, which is made for Nagara Panchami ..
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  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    In festival time we eat more comparing to other days. Neighbours also will give different types of sweets and snacks.



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  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    Whenever the festival season begins we make new dishes in our home.We share food with our relatives and friends.

    Sharmistha Banerjee

  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    Payasam is common for any festival and other dishes like pongal (sweet and hot ), Pulihora( yellow rice), and vada are some of the list.

  • Re: FESTIVAL FOODS

    by » 8 years ago


    In festival time we eat more comparing to other days. Neighbours also will give different types of sweets and snacks.




    Mary what does this picture mean? Is it Sambar :blink: :dry:

    Meera sandhu

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