8 Bengali street foods every foodie must try


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Ghugni is a popular street food made from yellow matar cooked with spices and garnished with chopped onions, green chilies, and lemon

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Phuchka, or golgappa is the most beloved street food. The delectable taste of imli paani and mashed potato with a tinge of lemon is unmissable

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Mughlai Paratha 

Mughlai Paratha is a flaky, deep-fried bread stuffed with a rich and flavorful filling made from minced chicken or mutton eggs, and spices

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Jhal Muri 

A famous Bengali street food known for its spicy and tangy flavors. It's a mixture of puffed rice, various spices, mustard oil, peanuts and chutneys

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Alur Chop 

Alur Chop is, where mashed potatoes are mixed with spices, dipped in besan batter, and then deep-fried until they become crispy and golden brown

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Fish Fry 

Fish Fry is a favorite dish for seafood enthusiasts and is often served with accompaniments like lemon wedges, onion rings, and chutney

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Egg Rolls/Kathi Rolls 

Egg roll or Kathi Roll are equally  popular street foods and you should must try them during Durga puja

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Kobiraji Cutlet 

It typically consists of a spicy and flavorful filling, often made with minced meat (such as chicken or mutton), mixed with aromatic spices and herbs

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