Kumro bhaja (fried pumpkin). Kumro'r Bora and Kumro Bhaja are two easy Bengali pumpkin recipes that are common in a Bengali meal, especially in autumn and winter. For example, in a Bangal household the Lokkhi Pujo'r bhog is incomplete without the five kinds of fried vegetables one of which is (kumro) pumpkin. Today I'm sharing recipe of a very popular and tasty Bengali dish of Pumpkin.
PUMPKIN FLOWER FRY = KUMRO FUL BHAJA. Kumro-chingri'r dalna is a warm, mellow, hearty Bengali-style prawn curry with some nutritious pumpkin thrown in for good measure. Begun or baingan bhaja is a Bengali vegetarian recipe of shallow-fried eggplant disks. You can have Kumro bhaja (fried pumpkin) using 8 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Kumro bhaja (fried pumpkin)
- You need 1/4 of pumpkin piece.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of turmeric powder.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of red chilli powder.
- You need 1/2 tsp of cumin & coriander powder roasted together.
- It’s 2 tsp of maggi noodle masala.
- Prepare of As required flour.
- It’s to taste of Salt.
- It’s 1/2 cup of oil.
The bhaja can be any kind of batter-fried vegetable such as brinjal, potato, raw plantain and potol (wax gourd). Kumro phool bhaja or pumpkin flower fritter is a breeze to make. You can munch on these delicious fritters as a snack or enjoy it with dal-baath. Try out this easy kumro phool recipe.
Kumro bhaja (fried pumpkin) step by step
- Cut pumpkin as shown. Rub turmeric, salt in it..
- Except oil, flour mix all the ingredients with pumpkin slices then sprinkle some flour. Heat oil in a pan, then deep fry the pumpkin. And your kumro bhaja is ready to serve.
Chunks of Pumpkin & Potatoes tempered with Panch Phoron & cooked in Ghee, Kumror Chakka is bliss and goes Nobody likes pumpkin and I don't want Dantwala Begun bhaja (fried aubergine) as well. Do try the Narkel diye Niramish Ghugni or Katoya Data Chorchori or Kumro Phuler Bora. It is a stir fried recipe with potato and pumpkin and traditional bengali spices. So my today's pick is Alu Kumro Chechki or Chenchki. Can anybody tell me; is it Chenchki or just Chechki???