Unique char flavored mix vegetable dish from West Bengal that is delicious, aromatic and introduce you with the flavors of Bengal cuisine is ChorChori also known and pronounced as CharChari. Its basically a dry vegetable dish that has various versions like Alu Chorchori is made with Potatoes, Alu-Fulkopi Chorchori is a dry dish with Potatoes and Cauliflower, Begun Chorchori is made with Brinjal as the main ingredient and so on. Mix vegetable chorchori is typically eaten with plain steamed rice and dal.
Being brought up in a multi-cultural family, i always got an advantage to explore various cuisines. Bengali cuisine is one of my most favorite cuisine, hence you may find a wide variety of Bengali food in my blog as well. Chorchori is the most favorite dish of mine after Shukto. There are times, when the bengali inside me wakes up and asks me to make a typical bong thali that comprises of Dal, Rice, Luchi, Chorchori, Shukto, Mach and all types of Bhajas following with Mishti Doi…..sheer bliss! So let’s come back to Chorchori now and check out the recipe which is adapted from my mother’s diary and few variations done by me following the Bong Mom’s Cook Book
Also to mention, that i took lot of pictures of my favorite dish, so sharing all here, have a look and drop your feedback for them as well.