Gorur Gosht or beef curry is a common everyday dish in Bengal and South Asia. It is spicy, and is eaten with practically anything-rice, pulao, bread, rooti, paratha, loochi and biryani.
Koftas can be made with fish, chicken, beef or lamb meat that has been minced or made into a thick paste. Beef Kofta ( beef balls) are prepared for parties or large family gatherings. It tastes great with jeera pulao ( cumin pilaf), white pulao ( white pilaf) or parathas.
Beef curry with kochu is a unique way of preparing meat with veggies. Kochu or taro is a vegetable that gets a bit gluey when cooked. This dish is quite spicy and is best when served with rice.
This dish is made from baby goat meat, and I love it as much in summer as in winter. This is because it is a soothing dish with an almost stew like consistency while maintaining some spiciness in the flavor. It is a perfect comfort food that mom made for us when either we were sick and had lost appetite or feeling low due to a bad weather or something. It goes well with rice or chapatti.
If you are a meat lover, then you should definitely try out this recipe! It has spinach with beef, which makes it healthy. It is served with plain white rice.
Love meat and also fish? This is the perfect food item for you that incorporates both meat and fish into a yummy snack. Mutton or beef is used to make the filling of the roll. It is delicious by itself, and is served with ketchup or chutney.
Tehari is a kind of biryani that is usually vegetarian in Indian and Pakistani homes. However, in Bangladesh, Tehari is not vegetarian, but it is rather cooked with beef. It is cooked for birthday parties, family gatherings and holidays, such as Eid. It is not at very spicy and the rice is usually white. It is delicious by itself, but can be served with raita and curry.
Raw bananas, potatoes and dal are few the ingredients in the Bengal that can be cooked in so many different ways. This chop makes a great snack or lunch meal, especially for school kids. It is served with ketchup.