Dal Murgh

This is one of the amazing Indian chicken recipes or maybe one of the many Indo- Muslim fusion recipes. History concurs that Indians loved their dal with a soupy consistency and the Muslims who ruled over India for many years, loved their meat and rice dishes with lots of nuts and dry fruits. When both the ideas came together the Dal- gosht or dal with meat was born. It is a one pot meal, comprising of dal and chicken, easy to cook and satisfying for your taste buds. Originally this recipe was cooked over open fire in a big vessel called handi.

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Bhoger Khichudi- The life of the Durga Puja

The word bhog means offering and what could be more fitting for this delicious Bengali dish than to be offered to the Goddess herself! The traditional Khichdi also stands as a much favoured food during the Rainy season, especially when accompanied by Pakoras (Indian Fritters). As the Durga Puja approaches, here is my take on the much sought after Bhoger Khichudi

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