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Shukto Recipe

A wide exhibit of gentle, in some cases unpleasant, smooth curries served for lunch to open up the sense of taste for the approaching spicier courses


160 g shojne information (drumsticks)

120 g mishti alu (yam)

100 g sheem (level beans)

100 g brinjal

50 g korola (harsh gourd)

100 g potato

150 g kachkola (unripe bananas)

150 g kacha pepe (unripe papaya)

10 laptops dal’er bori (sundried lentil dumplings)

600 g water

60 g vegetable oil

4 laptops sound leaves

½ tsp paanch phoron

35 g ginger glue

25 g sorshe bata (new ground mustard glue)

15 g coconut (ground)

‍100 g milk

‍¼ tsp maida‍

20 g absolute salt‍

22 g sugar‍

½ tsp radhuni (finely ground)‍

10 g ghee


  1. The most famous sort of Bengali shukto is the gentle, soothing stew loaded with various vegetables,
  2. most prominently potatoes, yams,severe gourd (korola), green bananas (kachkola), crude papaya (pepe), brinjal, drumsticks (shojne), and level beans (sheem).
  3. Despite the fact that this type of shukto has, lately, come to be related with ‘conventional’ biyebaris and different eats, and is likewise very pursued at eateries, this is only one of the a wide range of sorts of shukto recipes that are important for the Bengali food.
  4. Thusly, ‘shukto’ isn’t the name of a solitary dish, as is regularly accepted, however a whole class of curries (like dalna or ghonto) by its own doing.
  5. Lau’er shukto (made with bottle gourd), shosha’r shukto (cucumber), and dhula shaak’er shukto are a portion of different sorts of shukto known today, yet among few families.
  6. Inside the construction of the Bengali feast, shukto is eaten right toward the start, once in a while soon after shaak (greens) and before dal (lentils).
  7. It is said to animate the craving and set up the sense of taste for the approaching spicier courses.


For the shorshe bata (mustard glue) we doused mustard seeds for 2 hours and ground them to a fine glue in an electric processor, utilizing as little water as could really be expected.

This recipe utilizes various vegetables, each adding its own flavor and surface to the shukto.

 In a planning like this, like panchmishali torkari that utilizes various types of vegetables, how they are cut and prepared assumes a significant part by they way they meet up eventually:

 we believe every one of the vegetables should cook simultaneously, but none ought to turn out to be soft to such an extent that it crumbles. In this recipe, we’ve parboiled one gathering of vegetables (potatoes, yams, pepe, shojne and sheem), while broiled one more gathering for flavor (brinjal, kachkola, and korala), to carry them to a similar degree of doneness, so they cook impeccably toward the end.


Cut potatoes and yams length-wise, into 2-cm wide wedges. Cut kachkola, pepe and brinjal into 6-cm long, 3-cm wide pieces. Trim the closures of sheem, eliminate the stringy strands, and split them. Slash korola into 4-cm long cuts. Take off the external filaments of shojne information (drumstick), and gap them in 5-cm long segments.

The vegetables will be prepared in two ways before we begin cooking:

 (a) shojne information, pepe, sheem, yam, and potato should be parboiled, and

 (b) brinjal, kachkola, and korola should be seared.

Thus, put the primary gathering of vegetables in a bubbling pot with 5 g salt and 600 g water.

 Put the top on and parboil on low intensity for 15 minutes. Mix halfway to uniformly steam.

When done, strain quickly to keep the vegetables from cooking further. While stressing, save the water for sometime in the future.

Heat vegetable oil in a kadai.

Sear daal’er bori until brilliant. Put away.

 Essentially, broil korola, kachkola and brinjal consistently, until every one is brilliant. Eliminate from the oil and put away.

Temper the oil with cove leaves and paanch phoron.

Once sweet-smelling, add ginger glue and broil it on low intensity briefly.

 Then add shorshe bata (mustard glue) and sear.

 In the event that dish dries out, add a sprinkle of water (you can utilize the water you held before while stressing the vegetables).

Mix well until oil isolates.

Add bubbled potatoes, and cook on low intensity for 3 minutes.

Add the other bubbled vegetables, alongside broiled kachkola and the bori.

Add 15 g salt and 22 g sugar.

Blend everything well.

Sprinkle ground coconut and give everything a delicate mix.

 Presently, add the water held from the bubbled vegetables

 Add brinjal and korola.

Blend tenderly so the veggies don’t break.

Make an answer of milk and maida, and empty it into the container.

 Permit all that to rise on low intensity until every one of the vegetables are completely cooked (around 3 to 5 minutes).

To get done, squash radhuni to a powder utilizing a mortar and pestle, and sprinkle it over the shukto.

At long last, add ghee, cover the container, and permit it to rest briefly or somewhere in the vicinity, prior to searving.

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