8 most unique recipes of Indian party snacks of Eastern India a must try

Sandesh: A delectable Bengali sweet made from fresh paneer (chhena) and flavored with cardamom or saffron.

Luchi with Alur Dom: Deep-fried, puffy bread (luchi) served with spicy and flavorful potato curry (alur dom), a popular Bengali combination.

Chingri Malai Curry: A delicious Bengali shrimp curry cooked in a coconut milk-based sauce with aromatic spices.

Ghugni: A popular street food snack made from dried yellow peas cooked with spices, often garnished with tamarind chutney and chopped onions.

Mutton Cutlet: Spiced and breaded mutton (or beef) patties, deep-fried to perfection.

Aloo Posto: Potatoes cooked with poppy seeds and green chilies, a classic Bengali dish with a unique flavor.

Rasabali: An Odia sweet dish made from deep-fried paneer patties soaked in thick, sweetened milk, flavored with cardamom and saffron.

Malpua: A sweet pancake made from rice flour or semolina, deep-fried, and soaked in sugar syrup, often served during festivals in Eastern India.

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