Recipe of Quick Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households

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Recipe of Quick Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Householdsby KajiRoon.Recipe of Quick Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali HouseholdsSimple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households. Hello everybody, it is Jim, welcome to our recipe site. Today, I’m gonna show you how to prepare a special dish, simple sunday breakfast/brunch in typical bengali households. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I’m gonna make it a little bit tasty. This is gonna smell […]

Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households.

Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households

Hello everybody, it is Jim, welcome to our recipe site. Today, I’m gonna show you how to prepare a special dish, simple sunday breakfast/brunch in typical bengali households. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I’m gonna make it a little bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households is one of the most well liked of recent trending meals in the world. It’s enjoyed by millions daily. It is easy, it’s quick, it tastes delicious. Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households is something which I have loved my whole life. They’re fine and they look wonderful.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have simple sunday breakfast/brunch in typical bengali households using 17 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households:

  1. {Make ready of For the Puri/Luchi: 👇🏻.
  2. {Get 1.5-2 Cups of Maida/All-purpose flour.
  3. {Prepare of To Taste Salt.
  4. {Make ready 1/2 tsp of Ajwain/Carom Seeds: Optional (Ideally, not used in the Bengali Luchi- However, I use it for better digestion).
  5. {Make ready 1 of tbsp+ 1 tsp Cooking Oil (Any): Moiyan or the Veg. Shortening.
  6. {Make ready of As Required Cooking Oil: To Deep Fry the Puris.
  7. {Get of For the Potato-Cauliflowers White Sabji: 👇🏻.
  8. {Prepare 1 Cup of Cauliflowers Florets: Cut up into Medium-Small sizes.
  9. {Get 1 of Potato: Medium- Chopped into Medium-Small Sized Cubes.
  10. {Take 1/4 Cup of Tomatoes: Finely Chopped.
  11. {Make ready 1 tsp of PanchPhoron.
  12. {Get 1/2 tsp of Turmeric: Optional- As I’ve not used it- Ideally it’s not called for in this particular recipe- (You can, if you choose to do so).
  13. {Get 2-3 of Green Chillies: Slit.
  14. {Get of To Taste Salt.
  15. {Get 1/2 tsp of Sugar.
  16. {Take 1.5-2 tbsps of Mustard Oil: To Cook the Sabji.
  17. {Get 1 Cup of Water: Warm.

Instructions to make Simple Sunday Breakfast/Brunch in typical Bengali Households:

  1. Add in a large mixing bowl: All the aforementioned ingredients for the dough, mix everything well together until nicely combined and well incorporated- Add in the water gradually to form a smooth pliable yet firm dough- Cover it & allow it to rest for about 30 mins time.
  2. Arrange all the other necessary ingredients for the Sabji, mentioned above ☝️ Heat up a frying pan over the medium flame and add in the mustard oil to it & the tempering spices & slit green chillies to it post that & wait until they start spluttering & become fragrant.
  3. Post that, add in the potato & cauliflower florets and sauté, add in the salt & sugar too and continue sautéing for about 2 mins time- Then add in the chopped tomatoes and continue cooking for another a couple of mins time- Pour in the required amount of water for the Sabji getting well cooked.
  4. Mix everything well together until nicely combined and well blended- Cover up the pan, reduce the flame to the medium-low & let it cook for about 8-10 mins time until they’re quite soft & tender but not at all mushy- Checkout the seasonings at this point and adjust if necessary.
  5. Turn off the flame and let it rest in its standing position for another 5-6 mins time before serving it piping hot with the freshly fried Luchi/Puris Now, coming to fry the Puris like normally as we do… Divide the dough into small requires sized dough-lets (in my family small sized Luchi or Puris are always loved), you can go by your own family ‘s choice-.
  6. Grease the work surface and the rolling pin- I don’t suggest/recommend to use or dust with extra additional flour- As it spoils the oil eventually… Roll out each of the dough-lets that’s been yielded from the entire dough into required sized Roundels about 1/2 cms thick & deep fry them one by one & strain and keep them on a lined or perforated plate/dish/colander to drop off the excess oil, if any.
  7. Dish out & Transfer it to a separate serving plate and enjoy this simple yet immensely popular & delectable Bengali Breakfast/Brunch in the cosy corner of your home, get some pickles, achar or even green salads with it- if you at all choose to do so.

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