Taler Rosh Bora

Taler Rosh Bora
Taler Rosh Bora

Location : West Bengal.

Info : Taler Bora is prepared on the festival Janmashtami in West Bengal. This food is served as ‘Prasadam’ in Janmashtami. Janmashtami is the birthday of Lord Shri Krishna. The world famous Janmashtami is celebrated in Mathura, Vhrindabana and ISKON in India and worldwide. Hare Krishna.

Ingredients : Tal (palmyra fruit), Semolina, Flour, Sugar, Water, Bay Leaves, Cardamom, Refined Oil.

Recipe at a Glance : Peel off ripe tal ⇒ knead well all seed of tal with water ⇒ get only thick juice of tal ⇒ filter the juice to remove fiber with cloth or something like the same ⇒ add semolina (10% of juice) and flour (30% of juice) ⇒ mix well till zero lump ⇒ batter is ready. Make a sugar syrup with water, cardamom, bay leaves. Deep fry the batter as the shape of dumpling ⇒ put them into hot syrup ⇒ leave it for 15 minutes. Practice makes perfect.

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25 Comments Add yours

  1. francisashis says:

    Thanks for the new recipe, Chekhe dekhte hobe.

    On Mar 23, 2019 10:00 PM, “Best Indian Food Blog” wrote:

    > Best Indian Food Blog posted: ” Location : West Bengal. About : Taler Bora > is prepared on the festival Janmashtami in West Bengal. This food is served > as ‘Prasadam’ in Janmashtami. Janmashtami is the birthday of Lord Shri > Krishna. The world famous Janmashtami is celebrated in Mathura” >

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      1. francisashis says:

        My pleasure.

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  2. Your blog makes me so hungry!!

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Thank you for your appreciation. Those all are for you.

      Liked by 3 people

  3. nokbew says:

    Yummy, Yummy !!

    Liked by 3 people

    1. Yes, one of my favourites. Thank you.

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  4. nokbew says:

    Me also! I become hungry!

    Liked by 2 people

    1. So why are you waiting for?

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  5. Doni W says:

    This looks so yummy! I love Indian food – really like the spices and flavor!

    Liked by 2 people

    1. I like this food too. Thank you very much!

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  6. inhiscare753 says:

    This sounds delightfully delicious. It is plated beautifully.

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    1. I love it! 💗👌

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      1. inhiscare753 says:

        Sounds like something worth trying

        Like

      2. please elaborate..

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      3. inhiscare753 says:

        I mean since you, love it, I know it will be delicious. Worth making at home or when I visit

        Liked by 1 person

      4. Ha ha… yes you are right. Thank you.

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      5. inhiscare753 says:

        You are welcome 💜🙏🌸

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  7. dpranita583 says:

    I thought first it may be non veg .But very nice prasadm for Janamshtami.

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    1. Yes, the colour is like non veg. Thank you.

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      1. OLEEVEEYA says:

        You are right

        Liked by 1 person

  8. OLEEVEEYA says:

    My mother likes it more than me, but I also like it. Keep posting, I appreciate your blog.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you very much!

      Like

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