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Bangla Ranna  -  The Bengal Cookbook
Bangla Ranna - The Bengal Cookbook

Bangla Ranna - The Bengal Cookbook

by Minakshie Das Gupta

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Language

English

Publisher

UBS Publishers

ISBN

9788174762054 - Year: 2008 - Pages: 218

Binding

Hardcover

Minakshie Das Gupta
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Author: Minakshie Das Gupta
Publisher: UBS Publishers
Year: 2008
Language: English
Pages: 218
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788174762054

Description

Bangla Ranna is not just another cookbook of Bengali cuisine. It is the first book in English on Bengali cooking with step-by-step instructions. It also specifies the exact quantities of ingredients which help in preparing each dish to perfection.

This book contains over 200 tried and tested recipes ranging from starters-shukto to vegetable dishes including chochories and dalnas, to fish, shell fish, poultry and meats-and ending with desserts and sweets.


There are special sections on jhol khabar (snacks) and on Anglo-Indian specialties. Compiled in the order of “eating the Bengali way”, there are over 50 vegetarian recipes with family specialties like khoshar chochorie [stir fry vegetable peels]

This new edition of Bangla Ranna has been revised and updated with special recipes for microwave cooking. A must for every cook, beginner or gourmet.

Contents

Introduction to the Second Edition

Introduction to the First Edition
Eating the Bengali Way
Order of eating – a ritual

General instructions
Including preparation of chhana, coconut milk, dahi and special Bengali masalas like panch phoran and garam masala

Glossary
In English, Bengali and Hindi

Aunno – Cereals
Rice, Khichuri, Ghee Bhat, Luchi etc

Dal
Lentils, pulses ans legumes

Tarkari – Vegetables
The art of vegetarian cooking

Maach – Fish
The Bengali’s Favourite food

Mangsho, Murgi O Dim – Meat, Chicken and Eggs
An addition to the Bengali cuisine

Anglo- Indian Recipes
Western influence on Bengali cuisine

Ambol, Tauk, Achar – Chutneys and Pickles
To tickle the palate

Jal Khabar – Snacks
A ritual of a more leisurely past

Mishti – Sweets
Renowned throughout India

Paan O Moshla
Betel leaf with selected spices – a digestive

Index
Arranged alphabetically under section headings

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