Traditional Foods of Cox’s Bazar
Traditional foods of Cox’s Bazar are food that are very favorite to the local people and historically people are fond of these.
Cox’s Bazar is situated at the shore of Cox’s Bazar sea beach, and the whole district is covered and rooted with rivers. In one area you would get a salty river while sweet water in another. Salty water enrich the town with fish while sweet water helps to grow vegetables, and hills are the habitats of Birds and Animals.
So the traditional foods of Cox’s Bazar come from different sources of nature. Some come from sea, some from forest and others from the cultivation.
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List of Traditional Foods at Cox’s Bazar
This list of traditional foods at Cox’s Bazar would provide you a good overview of the food that you should try at Cox’s Bazar.
- Different Types of Vorta
- Sea Foods
Types of Vorta at Cox’s Bazar
As the sweet water helps farmers to produce different types of vegetables at Cox’s Bazar, you would also see different types of vorta, you would also find fish vorta here at Cox’s Bazar.
Alo Vorta (Smashed Potato):
Alo Vorta is a very famous traditional food of Cox’s Bazar as well as Bangladesh. Alo Vorta translates into Smashed Potato. To make alo vorta one boils potato, peel each potato and smash. Finally mix different ingredients and spices to make it ready to eat
Begun Vorta (