TThe Food contains the nutrition that people and animals need for being healthy and fit. By eating food, one can get energy and nutrition. Bangladesh is being famous for its traditional, delicious, spicy food and desserts. The man food of Bangladesh is rice. Many other traditional and common food of Bangladesh is an Eden for the food admirer.
List of Top Ten Bangladeshi Food are below:
Paratha: Paratha is a popular Bangladeshi food. It is eating at the time of breakfast and as a snack in the afternoon. It is homemade food. It is also made in the restaurants. Paratha is a brittle flat bread eaten at Passover. It is made by baking flour dough on a frying pan and finishing of with shallow frying. Repeatedly using a laminated sough technique it is layered by coating with oil and folding.
It is normally eaten with mixed vegetable (In the Bangladeshi language it’s called Vaji) or a mixture of lentil and Vaji or with Fried Eggs or Tea.
If you come to visit Bangladesh, the purest local way of starting your day could be having breakfast with Paratha, mixed vegetable and fried egg or tea. You can also have a beef shark with lots of gravy with Paratha. It is the most popular breakfast for the local people of Bangladesh.
Kachchi Biryani: Kachchi Biryani is a very special food of Bangladesh. It is mainly used for weddings, social gathering and celebrations. It is generally made by layers of meat, rice and potatoes are infused with warm and delectable blends of aromatic spices. For cooking Biryani, at first, the biryani ingredients being combined raw in layers and then the meat and rice cooking separately. Generally, it is cooked by its own steam. The pot of the biryani is not opened until it is ready to be eaten.
For eating biryani a simple salad is enough. If you want you can eat biryani with Chutney and Shami Kabab and yogurt drink. If visiting Bangladesh, you must try this dish. It is very delicious.
Patla Khichuri: Patla Khichuri is called a romantic food in Bangladesh. Actually, it is a traditional food. For cooking it, you need rice and lentil. You can also add various seasonal vegetables, spinach and potatoes. Generally, it is eaten with beef curry, mutton curry and chicken curry.
You can also eat it with egg fry and fried eggplants (in the rural area of Bangladesh it is called Begun Bhaja). In Bengali people most like to eat this Patla Khicuri during a rainy day. You can eat this delicious food only a Bangladeshi local house. It is not served on the restaurants.
Morog Polao: Morog polao is a traditional food. It is also yummy in taste. Morog Polao is cooked chicken and rice with spices, yogurt and clarified butter. In this recipe, chicken has a light and it is not spicy. It is a favorite food for meat lovers.
Morog Polao mainly used for wedding, social gatherings, celebrations. It is cooked in every house during the Eid festivals, the biggest festivals in Bangladesh. Morog Polao is a much thing to serve with the traditional yogurt, Borhani and cold drinks. It is a very popular food in Bengali cuisine. While you visiting Bangladesh you must try Morog Polao.
Plain Rice with Different Dishes: The main food of Bangladesh is Plain Rice. There is a popular proverb about rice in Bangladesh – “Rice and Fish make the Bengali people.” From this proverb One can understand that rice and fish is a most important food in Bangladesh. It is eaten with various fish and meat curry, vorta known as a mash of various vegetables and fish, fried as known vaji of different vegetables and lentil soup known as Patla Daal.
Basically, it is a traditional food. You can get this dish any traditional cuisine, restaurants anywhere in Bangladesh. While visiting Bangladesh, at least one time you should try this traditional food of Bangladesh. Eating this dish you can taste the most traditional food in this country.
Bhuna Khichuri: Bhuna Khichuri would be number three unsophisticated Bangladeshi food. “Bhuna Khichuri” is the Bengali word. Bhuna means fry lightly and then stew it (food) slowly in a closed container. Bhuna Khichuri means rice and lentil are browning’s, mixing or deep frying spices. Bhuna Khichuri is cooking slowly to infuse the flavors and the spices as opposed to the simple cooking process. Every item cooked together. During cooking time you have to get the beautiful aroma.
Bhuna Khichuri is cooking with different types of vegetable, meat likes beef, mutton and chicken and egg also. It is a very famous dish in Bangladeshi restaurants. It is a traditional food of Bangladesh. You can try the dish while visiting Bangladesh.
Grilled Chicken: Grilled Chicken is a very popular evening snack in Bangladesh. You can get these snacks on any restaurants in Bangladesh. It is available after 5.00 pm at the restaurants. You could be found this mouthwatering Grilled every street of Bangladesh. It is cooking by marinated chicken with spices then Grilled on the griller.
It is a very tasty food, chicken is super moist inside but crunchy bits of chars. Generally, Grilled Chicken is serving with oven-baked flatbread is known as Naan Rooti, mayonnaise and simple salads.
Haleem: Haleem is a very popular dish in Bangladesh. Basically, Haleem is a soup, a spicy lentil soup. Haleem is cooked by Wheat, Barley and Meat like beef or mutton, various types of lentils and spices. Haleem is cooked slowly.
It is dish up with fried onion, lemon wedges, green chili, coriander leaves and chopped ginger. It is also served with Naan Rooti (kind of bread). It is available in every restaurant of Bangladesh. It is very delicious and special food. You must try this dish, when you visit Bangladesh.
Fuchka: Fuchka is a street food. It is the most popular street food of Bangladesh. It mostly admired by girls. You can find this food anywhere in Bangladesh. You can get this at the restaurants also. It is a very tasty, spicy, sour and crispy. While visiting Bangladesh, you must try this food.
Misti Doi: Sweet yogurt is known as Misti Doi. Misti Doi is an authentic Bangladeshi dessert. It is a traditional dessert also. It is a low-fat healthy dessert. Bangladeshi occasion is not complete without Misti Doi. Misti Doi is not like to regular yogurt. It is thick like cheesecake. Basically, it is made with milk and sugar. It is preparing process is boiling milk till it is thickened slightly. Then it is mixed with sweet sugar. After this process milk is fermenting overnight.
Misti Doi is eaten after lunch or dinner. It is very popular and common dessert in Bangladesh. Misti Doi is available on the sweet shop and restaurants also. If you come to Bangladesh, you must it this dessert.
There are also many other delicious foods in Bangladesh. Like Sheek Kabab, Doi Chira, Borhani, Sweet lacchi, Falooda, Semai etc. You can find fresh fruits also. If you want to eat like this delicious food, you have come to Bangladesh.