'Boi-Sa-Bi' is a combination of the Bengali acronyms for various indigenous festivals like Boisu of the Tripura, Sangrai of the Marma, and Bizu of the Chakma communities. It is a three-day long festival, celebrated between 12 and 14 April. Here are a few flavourful recipes of traditional and non-traditional dishes that every host can try on the occasion of Boisabi.
A typical Chakma luncheon is simple but nutritious. Traditionally, from blanched boiled vegetable dishes to herbed less-oily fish, and meat served with a plate of jhum cultivated steamed rice, the food choice of indigenous people of Chittagong Hill Tracts changes every season. We have more than a hundred varieties of seasonal vegetables and fruits that grow around the year all over the hills. From sweet fruits to sour veggies and bitter herbs to spicy chillies, all of the distinctive flavours of the different ingredients are found on our lunch platter.
Dessert consists of variations of tastes, textures, and appearances. There are a wide variety such as cakes, cookies, biscuits, gelatins, pastries, ice-creams, pies, puddings and candies. Fruit is also commonly found in dessert courses as of its natural sweetness. Many different cultures have their own variations of similar desserts around the world as in modern times, the variations of desserts have usually been passed down or come from geographical regions. Here’s a list of some lip-smacking desserts recipes from around the world that everyone must try once in their lifetime.
Fish recipes are key to getting fresh, delicious meals on the table quickly and easily. There are many ways to cook fish — grilled, baked, fried or stewed. This list of fish recipes is simple and easy to make with full of global flavours will delight fish lovers and definitely improve the dinner table game.
Dried fish is one of the key ingredients of most recipes in hilly cuisine, and their popularity is on par with any other meat dish.
With its potent nutritional properties, matcha can calm the mind, enhance one’s mood and lower cholesterol.
One-pot is a simple cooking method that easily combines all of a dish’s essential ingredients in one pot while cooking.