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28 states: How to make West Bengal's Daab Chingri

Last updated on: February 05, 2014 18:47 IST
Daab Chingri

We had asked you, dear reader, to share with us recipes and photographs of any of these wonderful dishes from the 28 states of India. Today we bring you the recipe of West Bengal's Daab Chingri

Nothing can possibly prepare you for the diversity of India and its cuisines.

Following up on a list by Storypick, we invited you, our readers, to share recipes from select dishes from India's 28 states.

Also see:
Maharashtra's Thalipeeth
Andhra special Gongura Pachadi
Masor Tenga, Assam's fish curry recipe
Gujarat's special Khandvi
Kerala's Irachi Ishtu
Madhya Pradesh's Bhutte ka Kees
Bihar's Litti Chokha

We have, as always, been inundated with your responses. Today Jayati Saha and Jayanta Das shares with us this recipe of West Bengal's Daab Chingri.

This is Jayanta Das' recipe


Ingredients

Method

28 states: How to make West Bengal's Daab Chingri

Last updated on: February 05, 2014 18:47 IST
Daab Chingri

This is Jayati Saha's recipe

Ingredients

Method

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Love to cook? Care to share?

Here are the other recipes we are looking for along with photographs

Arunachal Pradesh: Smoked Pork In Sengmora Xaak

Chhattisgarh: Dehrori

Goa: Bebinca

Haryana: Bajra Khichdi

Himachal Pradesh: Madra

Jammu and Kashmir: Kalaadi Cheese

Jharkhand: Rugda

Karnataka: Pandi Curry

Manipur: Khaman Asinba Kangshoi

Meghalaya: Jadoh With Pork

Mizoram: Sawhchiar

Nagaland: Nagaland Pork With Dry Bamboo Shoot

Odisha: Chhena Poda

Punjab: Makki-roti And Sarson-saag

Rajasthan: Malaai Ghewar

Sikkim: Phagshapa

Tamil Nadu: Kambu Koozh

Tripura: Awan Bangwi with Wahan Mosdeng and Khundrupui leaf

Uttar Pradesh: Baingan Ki Lonje

Uttarakhand: Bal Mithai

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