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‘MasterChef Australia’ season 13 finalist Kishwar Chowdhury (right), the panta bhaat she prepared in the series finale (left)   | Photo Credit: Network 10

Kishwar Chowdhury from Bangladesh wowed the judges of the recently-wrapped MasterChef Australia season 13 with her panta bhaat, a simple, poor man’s dish popular in the eastern region of the peacock tvn subcontinent. Chowdhury also presented this dish the traditional way, with side dishes of a home-style aloo mash and sardines fry.

powernet-soccer-goal-8'x24,Naturally, netizens in the region went wild with appreciation for Chowdhury’s home-pride move.

Panta bhaat, also known as poita bhaat or pakhala bhaat, is nothing but leftover rice that has been fermented overnight. What makes this dish a favourite is the wide range of side dishes that can accompany it, varying according to the season.

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In Odisha, a favourite side dish with the pakhala bhaat is a batter-fried pumpkin flower, apart from potato mash and fish fry. In Bengali homes, panta bhaat is always accompanied by fried fish or potatoes. In Assam, the favourite accompaniment with poita bhaat is the aloo pitika (potato mash), roasted brinjal mash, roasted jackfruit seed mash and fried fish. Stir-fried tender pumpkin creepers are another popular accompaniment.


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