Dak Bungalow Murgh (dak Bungalow Chicken)
A colonial recipe from the days of the British. Historically this curry is said to have been prepared in the dak bungalows or the resting houses of Calcutta where the British government officials rested during their hunting expedition or during a night stay on between journeys. This curry was made using readily available ingredients b the khansamas or chefs as they are known today. Since most dak bungalows had their own poultry and herd of goats this curry uses curd, eggs and chicken. There does exist a dak bungalow mutton curry as well which is similar to this recipe. The Anglo Indian community has revived this recipe recently and hence it has gained popularity.