An obvious culinary practice arose in Bengal dependent on the convenience of community adapting. The extraordinary waterway frameworks, warmth, and stickiness join with the fruitful soil to permit rice and a plenitude of vegetables to grow; these turned into the foundations of the eating regimen. Mangoes, bananas, coconuts, and pure sweetener filled in bounty; fish, milk, and meat were copious; yogurt and flavors, for example, ginger and dark mustard would prepare the dishes. Even though fish and meat were by and large mainstream, there was an inclination to vegetarianism, in light of strict standards, that has continued to the present. Since old occasions, Rice, the staple of Bengalis, has stayed immaculate by the flows of strict change and its readiness has held to a proceeding with exclusive expectation. One yield a year was adequate to support individuals, giving plentiful recreation time to the Bengalis to seek after social standards: old stories, music, and culinary expressions. Before the appearance of Europeans in the mid-sixteenth century, the staple of Bengali cooking was privately developed rice, as it is today. around 18 districts of Bengal cultivated approximately 5000 varieties of rice were loaded in Bengal. Until the twelfth century, flavors utilized in Bengali cooking were restricted to turmeric, ginger, mustard seed, long pepper, poppy seeds, asafoetida, and harsh lemon. Long pepper was supplanted first by dark peppercorns brought from the west shoreline of India and later by the less expensive stew, which flourished in Bengali soil. Flavor merchants additionally brought cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves. Different techniques for readiness were utilized, remembering browning for both shallow and profound fat. Cooking media included ghee by the individuals who could bear its cost, mustard oil, still well known today in Bengal, and sesame oil. The Bengali love of desserts returns into the Middle Ages. Since antiquated occasions, sugar has been filled in Bengal and India, as demonstrated by its Sanskrit name, sharkara. Writings tracing back to the twelfth and thirteenth-century messages portray a few dishes dependent on milk, incompletely thickened milk, and milk solids. Bengal, the place where there is maach (fish) and bhat (rice), of rosogolla and sandesh. The food of West Bengal varies from that of Bangladesh. The Brahmins of Bengal eat fish and no festival is finished without it. The market is overflowed whenever with all sizes and states of carp, salmon, hilsa, bhetki, rui, magur, prawns, koi and so on which can be singed, steamed, or stewed with curd. The vast majority of the Bengalis won’t contact the saltwater fish grumbling that the fish isn’t adequately sweet. Generally, food in Bengal has consistently been firmly occasional. The scope of food materials in soggy and prolific Bengal is uncommonly wide, going from cereals, tubers, and rhizomes, vegetables, green pot spices to an assortment of flavors and fish. The main piece of eating Bengali food is eating each dish independently with a smidgen of rice. Bengali food is a blend of vegan and non – veggie lover dishes. A day starts with moori (puffed rice) with potatoes, cucumber, green bean stew, and mustard oil, tea, or milk.


1.Bhaja: Deep-fried veggies or even non-veg items like deep-fried fish fall under this category. At the most one can use a thin water-based batter to fry during cooking as a coating but crumb-coated items usually are not considered.


2.Bhapa: Bhapa or steamed dishes are vegetables or non-veg items (especially, varieties of fish and shrimps) marinated with choices of freshly ground spices and delicately steamed. 


3.Bhate: Probably the healthiest possible version of Bengali food. For bhate, choices of vegetables together or even separately are boiled, smashed, and added with a hint of mustard oil, salt to taste, and a reasonable amount of chopped onions and green chilies. Aloo bhate the commonest of all the dishes is made several times by putting potato inside the rice pot and cooked together.


4.Chhenchki: Apart from being an easy-to-cook and good-to-eat recipe, It is usually done with dices of any single vegetable, but mixed combinations can also be used. Chhenchki is a recipe that welcomes even the peels of the vegetables with open arms. Potatoes, squash, pumpkin, gourd, bitter gourd, or just a few vegetables that can be used to make it. The most common seasoning used for this style is black Cumin, however, even the use of paanch-phoron masala.



 1.The staple food of Bengal is rice and fish dishes. The fishes ordinarily utilized in this food incorporates Hilsa (Ilish), Carp (Rui), Dried fish (shootki), Indian butterfish (pabda), Clown blade fish (Chitol maach), Mango fish (Topsey), Sea Bass (Bhetki), Prawns/Shrimps (Golda chingri/kucho chingri), Catfish (Tangra/Magur), Perch (koi), Katla and so on. Gently matured rice is likewise eaten as breakfast by typical Bengali people and agrarian networks (panta bhat). 
2. The central vehicle of cooking is mustard oil. An unmistakable flavor is granted to the fish dishes by searing them in mustard oil, before cooking them in the sauce. Mustard glue is additionally normally utilized for the readiness of flavors.
 3. Fish is additionally steamed by the Bengalis (e.g, Bhapa Ilish ). The most favored type of meat in Bengal is sheep or goat meat. Khashi (emasculated goat) or Kochi pantha (kid goat), is likewise normal.
 4. Unique flavors like 
I) panch phoron – a mix of Cumin seeds (jeera), Fennel seeds (mouri), mustard seeds (sorse), Methi seeds, and onion seeds (kalonjee). At some point, Celery seeds (radhuni) additionally turns into a piece of the panch phoron. 
(ii) Radhuni (ajmod) spice
(iii) Poppy seeds (posto) are widely utilized in the food.
 5. The garam masala comprised of Cloves (laung), Cinnamon (dalchini), Nutmeg (Jaiphal), Mace (Javitri), little and huge cardamom (Elichi), and so on
 6. Bengalis additionally eat blossoms like those of bokphooL (HERON FLOWER), pumpkin, banana, water reeds(Phragmites australis, delicate drumsticks, and strips of potato or pumpkin. 
7. A lunch comprises of Rice, Bhaja (arranged seared things including vegetables and fish), Leafy vegetable – Saag (palong saag, Pui saag, Lal saag, and so on), Sukto, Various dals (lentil) like Moong, Masoor, Beuli, Arhar, Cholar dal, and so forth, trailed by various Vegetarian arrangements, Fish and Meat (Chicken or Mutton) arrangements. This is trailed by the Chutney and papad lastly the desserts of which there are unending mouth-watering assortments like Rosogolla, Sandesh, Misti doi, Rabri, Mihidana, Sitabhog, Rajbhog, Kamalabhog, Kalakad, and so on.
8. Roti, Paratha, Luchi are likewise normal in Bengali cuisine.
9. The regular snacks of Bengalis is “Jhal moori” different sorts of Telebhaja (Chops – vegetable, egg, and so forth, Beguni, Peyazi), kachudi, singhada, egg move, chicken roll, puckha (puffed smaller than normal loaded down with squashed potato and plunged in tamarind water), nimkis (maida mixture rice with dark onion seeds molded into triangles and pan-fried), chanachur ( namkeen), and so on.
10. Sweet Dishes mirror the extraordinary culinary mastery of the state and the assortment is one of the biggest in the worldwide culinary exhibition. The most well-known ones incorporate Rosogolla, Sandesh (Narompak – delicate or korapak – hard), Misti doi, Rabri, Mihidana, Sitabhog, Rajbhog, Kamalabhog, Kalakad, Chum mate, Jolbhora, ladycanny/ladykini, Chaler payash, Chenar payash, darbesh, Malpoa, shor bhaja, langcha, and so on The two essential elements of Bengali desserts are sugar and milk. The milk is thickened either by reducing it down to make a thick fluid called khoa, or by turning sour it with lemon juice or yogurt to deliver curds, called channa. Sugar isn’t the solitary fixing with which the pleasantness is granted in the desserts, different jaggery(gur) which incorporates patali gur, khejur gur (date jaggery), and so forth The fundamental body of the desserts is for the most part made of coconut, until seeds, rice, rice flour, refined flour, and so on separated from Chenna.