Bengali flavours in the Monsoon, by Commeat
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Bengali flavours in the Monsoon, by Commeat

July 22 | 7PM

Akruti Hubtown Gardenia

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About

The Pet pujo invites food lovers to taste little nuggets of Kolkata's gastronomy on a lovely monsoon evening in Mumbai. You are invited to this monsoon-special COMMEAT Table in Mumbai for a special Bengali menu curated by Suprita Dutta from Pet Pujo and her grand mother.


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Menu

Along with Darjeeling tea we will be serving the following menu for the evening:

Phuchka: This is the lip-smacking Bengali version of the ubiquitous paani puri.
Jhalmuri: puffed rice mixed with some typical Bengali spices and oils which will tantalize your taste buds.
Alur chop: Alur chop is a very popular street evening snacks in Kolkata. There are many in households where evening not completed without lip smacking snack.
Beguni: Beguni is a mouth-watering snack and ideal to be eaten on a rainy day. In Kolkata, it is sold in every single neighborhood and street corner in Kolkata.
Musur dal bora: Masoor Daler Bora is a hot favorite recipe among all Bengalis, ideal in these monsoon.
Veg Ghugni/ keema Ghugni: One of the famous street food is "Ghugni Chaat". Ghugni is made with Dried Yellow Peas.
Paneer Roll/ Egg chicken Kathi roll: A kathi roll is a street-food dish originating from Kolkata, India. In its original form, it is a skewer-roasted kebab wrapped in a paratha bread.
Dimer Devil : made with eggs, a dish of contemporary Kolkata which is a perfect blend of eggs and potatoes.
Chicken cutlet: A quintessential recipe to make any evening better.
Fish fry: A very delicious Bengali snack made with "Bhetki mach" and served with mustard sauce. Usually served as a starter for a Bengali full course
Luchi with Alur Dom: Dry alu dum is a Bengali delicacy which goes best with luchi and paratha. This is a veg Bengali/Indian delicacy and it is equally spicy and tasty.
Malpua: Malpua is a pancake served as a dessert or a snack originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India and Bangladesh.
Narkel naru: These little globes of joy are filled with nostalgia and memories that makes every little bite blissful

Venue

Akruti Hubtown Gardenia

Shantivan,Opposite Silver Park, Behind GCC Club, Off. Mira Bhayandar Road, Mira Road ,Thane, Chandan Shanti, Mira Road East, Mira Bhayandar, Maharashtra 401107

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