Discover the homemade food of Bangladesh
Here are some of the best home-cooked dishes that you don’t typically find in restaurants. View our hosts below with whom you can share these authentic Bangladeshi foods.
- Chingri dekhi saag
From the coastal region of Barisal this simple but delicious dish is made from ferns and shrimp complemented by fresh coconut
- Shorshe eelish
This dish is made from the national fish of Bangladesh, Hilsa, a tasty and omega-3 fatty acids rich fish that is cooked in mustard paste
- Eelish paturi
Hilsa fish coated in a mustard, onion and spice paste steamed or roasted in banana, pumpkin or taro leaves and enjoyed with steamed rice
- Bhuna gosht
A beef dish marinated in yoghurt and a variety of spices slow-cooked in onions and eaten with khichurri (rice cooked with lentils)
Traveling Spoon Experiences in Bangladesh
Taste Chingri dekhi saag, Shorshe eelish, Eelish paturi, Bhuna gosht and other authentic Bangladeshi dishes with our Traveling Spoon hosts across Bangladesh.