It is fun making menus when you don't have to cook them.
Of course it is more fun when you also get to eat them. And at times it is also fun to cook them.
But today when I decided to draw up menus for the three days of Pujo, it was with a feeling of liberation and lightheartedness, the kind that comes with "thinking of doing fanciful things" without actually doing any. Of course there are people who get no such feeling from "thinking and not doing" but fortunately I don't belong there. I am the one who "thinks-fancy-worries-a-lot-and-does-nothing". That gives me peace. Amen.
You, my dear friend, are very welcome to cook any or multiple of these to make the three days of Durga Pujo isspecial.You can also choose to not cook and have an eat out session instead. Makes it as special.
Start the morning with some Kolkata Egg Roll from book
Cholar Dal (another version in book)
Oven baked Begun Bhaja
Chicken in Mint, Coriander, Coconut gravy
Rui Maacher Dumpukht
Snack with Chicken Keemar Chop
Dinner eat out
Start with Hing er Kochuri and Alur Tarkari
Niramish Aloor Dom
Snack with some Bhejetebil Chop or Beguni from book
Dinner at Pujo Bari
Start the day with Keema stuffed Tomatoes
Bengali Fish Fry
Chingri Dhan Dhana Dhan
Halka Mangshor Jhol or Railway Mutton Curry
Tomato Khejur Chaatni from book
Dinner == Eno
Wish you all joy, peace and happiness of the season and don't forget the giveaway in my last post.
Devapriya Roy; famous author, Keo-karpin girl, scholar and lovely lovely person is also doing a giveaway of two of my books on her Heat and Dust project page. Statistically your chance of winning now is more.