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Jamai Shashtir Bhoj (Festive Bengali Meal)

Jamai Shashtir Bhoj (Festive Bengali Meal)
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In Bengal this meal is about pampering son in laws  and treating him with a delicious meal. The actual event is on 19th June 2018.On this day , the husband of  daughter who is also known as “Jamai”  in  Bengali ,along with his family  ,visit their in-laws house with gifts .In this Bengali meal the Hilsa fish and Rosogolla is given the utmost importance. Hilsa is a fish relished by all Bengalis in any festivals and weddings.This fish is born in the sea and then it migrates to the Padma river delta in Bangladesh to lay eggs during the monsoons. Padma river becomes the river Ganga in India. This pop up  meal is about being nostalgic about that culture and cherishing the recipes from my childhood kitchen.

home chef meal

Event :

Date: 24-June-2018

Time: 1.00 PM to 3.00 PM

Host

Home chef and Food blogger Indrani Sen

Venue :

Kandivili East,Mumbai

Price : 1200/-

Contact No: 9892204860

Menu

Beverages:

  • Paka aamer shorbot :Refreshing summer drink made with ripe  mango

Starters:

  • Machher chop: Carp fish meat encased in mashed  potatoes crispy batter fried
  • Shaag Bhaja :  Mixed Greens Stir Fried with lentil vadis

Main course

 

Course 2

  • Bhaat : Steamed rice
  •  Titar Dal : Moong dal cooked with bottle gourd and bitter gourd ,taste little sweet but not bitter.perfect for summer afternoon
  • Dhokar Dalna : Squares made of bengal gram dal cooked in a spicy gravy
  • Chanchra :Mixed vegetables curry cooked with the head of Hilsa fish
  • Chingri Machh Bhape :Prawns steamed in mustard and coconut paste
  • Doi Ilish :The king of fishes Hilsa cooked in a curd and mustard based gravy

Course 3

  • Vegetable fried rice : Rice stir fried with vegetables and dried fruits
  • Methi murg : Creamy chicken curry fragrant with the aroma of fenugreek leaves

     Desert:

  • Amer chutney: Sweet and spicy dessert made with mango
  • Payesh: Rice pudding with jaggery
  • Rosogolla: Special Bengali sweets

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