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The most commonly eaten dishes produced with rice, milk, and sugar are Ruti pitha, Bhapa pitha, Puli pitha, Khir, Payesh, Firni, Rashmalai, Rashogolla, Chomchom, and so on

When walking through Dhaka's streets, one may see a significant number of food carts stationed alongside the road. Those food carts are crowded with people, especially the younger generation, eating, talking, and laughing. This is a regular glimpse of Dhaka's streets. Fuchka, chatni, juice, kebab, and chap are all offered for a reasonable price in those carts.
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This culture started in Dhaka, but in this day of globalization and technology, it has spread throughout the country. As a result, those foods are now widely available and popular among the country's youth.

Aside from that, rice is Bangladesh's primary cuisine. Fish, meat, and vegetables are frequently included on menus. Shutki-based dishes are also popular and delicious among a wide range of individuals.
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And, notably in Dhaka, Biriyani is the most popular dish. Biriyani (Chicken Biriyani, Kacchi Biriyani, Tehari) is eaten on almost every occasion. Borhani is a common drink served with Biriyani in this region, especially in Puran Dhaka (old town). During holidays, going to restaurants with friends to eat Biriyani is a common trend among young people.

In addition, various types of homemade cakes (pitha), desserts, and sweets can be found throughout Bangladesh's various districts. 

The most commonly eaten dishes produced with rice, milk, and sugar are Ruti pitha, Bhapa pitha, Puli pitha, Khir, Payesh, Firni, Rashmalai, Rashogolla, Chomchom, and so on. 

To enhance the taste of these delicious dishes, a variety of dried fruits, spices, and nuts are added.

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