4 (Bangladeshi)

List by: atasneem, created: 26 Apr 2020, updated: 26 Apr 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

Bangladesh is commonly known for rice. There are so many items which are made of rice and those are mainly taken as breakfast in the village are.

1. Puffed Rice

Muri, Mudhi Or Murai, Laiyya, Murmure, Mamra, Parmal, Porri, Arsi Porri (Bangladeshi)

Muri is the Indian subcontinent, made from rice, commonly used in breakfast cereal or snack foods, and served as popular street food in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. It is usually made by heating rice kernels under high pressure in the presence of steam, though the method of manufacture varies widely.


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2. Khoi

Popped Rice (Bangladeshi)

Khoi is a form of popped rice or puffed rice, very light and extremely good diet. Khoi making them Binni Dhan (Husked sticky rice). Bangalis are eaten Khoi special days like festivals (Mela) and at a traditional meal.

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3. Doi Chira

দই চিড়া (Bangladeshi)

Doi Chira is authentic Bangladeshi food. It can be made with flat rice or Chira soaked several hours in water then mix with yogurt, sugar, banana or some sweet fruits.


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4. Sobji Porota

(Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Sobji Porota is the traditional breakfast for Bangladeshi people. It is a combo meal which consists of mixed vegetable with porota. It is very healthy and delicious. Many Indian people eat this during dinner and lunch.

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