Bong magnificence Ishita Ganguly, is a standout amongst the most adorable stars in the business. Presently trying the character of Kamini in Colors’ Ishq Ka Rang Safed (FilmFarm), Ishita is throwing her spell on the masses.
The woman, who strives to keep herself fit and fine, is foodie, all things considered. Hailing from a customary Bong family, Ishita cherishes Bong cooking styles, particularly angle arrangements.
As we talked with the woman, few days prior, she kept on talking about her adoration for sustenance. “My mom is an adherent of Vaishnavism, subsequently, she avoids herself cooking non-veg dishes. That doesn’t turn into an issue at my home. Despite the fact that I am just great at expending sustenance, my younger sibling is a phenomenal cook. He knows not practically every Bong dish and he continues get ready them and sending the nourishment at my set. Being honored with such a sibling, I wish each foodie sister have a kin like him (snicker).”
When we approached Ishita to turn culinary specialists for us, Ishita cheerfully did as such and recommended five Bong dishes that everybody ought to attempt….
Here is her list, have a look.
Shorshe Ilish will any day top my chart. Hilsha fish steamed with mustered paste is something every non-veg food lover should try once in lifetime.
After Ilish comes Bhetki Machher Jhal, a fish more popularly known as Asian Sea Bass. The spicy curry of Asian Sea Bass is something that I can die for.
Next I can name a typical Bong dish Chuna Machher Chochhori, a preparation made by small fishes, widely popular in Bengal and Bangladesh.
Like a true Bong I can never miss Chingri Machher Malaikari, special prawn preparations made with coconut milk and flavoured spices.
And, finally, I have cool preparation for all the vegetarians, Alu Posto. Potato cooked with crushed poppy seeds is one dish that I love to have anytime……
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