On the Foodpath, Debasish tweaks the traditional recipe of Chapor Ghonto made with tender White Pumpkin and flattened lentil fritters to make a delicious veggie dish.
A simple veggie meal can be amazingly delicious if you get the combination right. There was Dal-Bhaat (Rice and Lentil Soup) with vegetable fritters and Motor Daler Bora Diye Lau Ghonto (Bottle-gourd Curry with Yellow Pea Dumplings) which was literally the show-stopper.
After ages I tried this curry. This is Maa’s recipe of Chapor Ghonto which is traditionally made with tender White Pumpkin (Chalkumro / Petha) and flattened lentil fritters. I adhered to her recipe but tweaked with the main two items. And finally I got a very tasty vegetarian dish which was loved by all who were served with the food.
Here’s my recipe of Motor Daler Bora Diye Lau Ghonto (Bottle-gourd Curry with Yellow Pea Dumplings).
Serve the curry cooled at room temperature with rice and enjoy a grand vegetarian meal. It is awesomely tasty, flavourful and superb in look.
Enjoy cooking traditional veggie dishes:
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