Khud Bhat is cooked in rural farming communities in the Bengal. After rice is process, a portion of the rice gets broken down into small bits and pieces. These bits of rice are called “Khud Bhat”. Khud Bhat is cooked during a festival for the harvest season, called “Nobannor Utsav”.
If you are living in a city, then you would have to buy rice sold out in street markets, so that the rice is not completely processed. Take the rice on a sieve, shake well for a while, and separate unbroken rice on a separate bowl and set aside. The broken rice bits or “Khud bhat” would be at the bottom of the sieve.
It is great to eat with beef curry or egg fry.