Cricket Mania Banner 2

Cricket Mania is Here! Celebrate with Hungrynaki!

Hungrynaki presents Cricket Mania! On special occasions You will always find special Hungrynaki offers, Vouchers and promo codes. This time cricket fever is once again upon us! 

The Cricket Mania Offer

Our Tigers will take the field again! This time, it’s the Kiwis visiting for a T20 series. We will be cheering for the Bangladesh Cricket Team for sure! Now, have your favorite snacks and food items on hand as you see Shakib and Co. go for another Banglawash! Enjoy your favorite foods from Hungrynaki now with special discounts. Celebrate Cricket with the promo code: SHAKIB75

Add the voucher code : SHAKIB75 on your orders of Tk 350 and above to get 75 Taka off on all orders. You can avail this offer during the Bangladesh vs. New Zealand T20 Series from 1 September to 10 September. 

Tigers vs Kiwis

A month ago, Australia came on tour for 5 T20 internationals and was thrashed by Bangladesh. Bangladesh won the series handsomely. We hope that we’ll see the same level of success in the New Zealand series. This will hopefully give important momentum for The Tigers ahead of the T20 World Cup in October. 

Don’t cheer on a Hungry stomach! Get the best deals on your food orders at Hungrynaki.  

The History of French Fries banner

History of French Fries : How French Are They?

If you have never heard of french fries then, I assume you don’t really like fast food. Most people who have had fast food in general in their life have ordered french fries with their burgers or just the fries on their own. This is the fundamental fast food item and its origins trace back to the 1700s or so. But that certain statement has some critics. One of the most common fast food items has one of the most debated origins. So, let’s dive into the history of french fries.

Origins: Is it really french?

The heading is kind of a shocker isn’t it? If you think that the french fries are really “French” then you are partially right, but only partially. Many historians agree that the true origins of french fries start from Belgium. Southern Belgian cities do speak french. The villagers in Belgium depended on the fish. 

Meuse River played a role in the origins of French Fries

The Meuse river had plenty of fish that villagers would catch and slice up to fry. But in the harsh winter season the river would freeze up and fish would not be an option. They would then depend on potatoes. They would slice and fry the potatoes in thin pieces. If you wanted to know who invented french fries, then the probable answer would be the Belgian villagers. 

The U.S and French Confusion

Thomas Jefferson made French Fries Popular during in the U.S

Now, at the times of global conflicts like the first world war and so, U.S soldiers would be stationed in specific places. Belgium and France would be one of those places. The soldiers liked the items so much that they would constantly order fries. President Thomas Jefferson used to have “French Prepared” Potato Slice fries on a consistent basis in his banquets. 

However, there is a group of people historians recall similar potato slice fries being sold in the streets of Paris. Similar to the Belgian villagers, French blue collar workers also depended on potatoes. Historians assume that french fries was a famous item.


As we mentioned, the French fries became an instant hit among the U.S soldiers. So much so, that they learned the preparation styles and brought it to U.S shores. Thus, French fries became a stable item on dinner plates all over the U.S . As with the origins of pizza, French fries also became one of the prime fast food items in American fast food places. That is how “Where did French fries originate?” became such a confusing topic.

Any food item that becomes popular in America, it also becomes a popular one all over the world. That is also true for french fries. From street vendors to world famous franchises, now french fries are a must-have item. McDonald’s in particular has been a great promoter of french fries across the world. 

While its origin might be disputed, what isn’t a dispute is the popularity of French fries. You can order your favorite French fries from Hungrynaki!

Hungrynaki Customer Care Number Banner

How to access the Hungrynaki Customer Care Number

While shopping for your favorite food items you might have some queries or issues regarding your food choices, restaurants, area selection or any type of question pertaining to Hungrynaki Services. Or, there might be some issues with your order. Your food might not have arrived, or it might be delayed. Hungrynaki Customer Care can easily solve these issues. You can call the Hungrynaki Customer Care Number and ask for support.  You can order from Hungrynaki easily but when there is an issue you need to speak to officials for support.

When you access our website through your Desktop and Laptop devices, then our homepage asks you to enter your location. Under the location search bar, you can see the contact number. 

Find the Number below the area locator.

The Hungrynaki Customer Care Number is 09678 454545.

If you forget the number after logging in then you can scroll down to absolutely the bottom of the website. You can see the Contact us link  at the bottom of the page. After clicking there, you can easily get the contact details there. 

Go to the contact us section

From the  app you can check the Hungrynaki  FAQ section. Just go to your profile at the corner and once you are there, go to the Help and Support section.

There you can see the FAQ section.  You can go to the and  to know more about how you can get in touch  with us or any other questions you may have about Hungrynaki Services. 

Keep shopping for your favorite food in Hungrynaki!

Kala Bhuna Recipe Banner

Kala Bhuna Recipe for your Post-Eid Feast

Eid ul Adha vacations have just finished. And, more than likely, you have a whole fridge full of beef just waiting to get inside your stomach. This is the season of the beef recipes! You might have had your beef curries during your Eid holidays, but now you have more dishes to try out. And, very few beef dishes have captured the imagination of food lovers, as Kala Bhuna has. 

In recent years, kala bhuna is a must have on the table during the Eid and post-eid months. Now, you might have already had your fix of kala bhuna, or maybe you want to try it out yourself. If you want to put your cooking skills to the test then we have a Kala Bhuna Recipe for you to try out for yourself. 

Kala Bhuna Recipe: Ingredients

  • Beef – 1 KG
  • Oil – 2 Tablespoon
  • Sliced Onion
  • Ginger Paste
  • Green Chilly
  • Red Chilli Powder
  • Turmeric 
  • Coriander
  • Fennel
  • Mace
  • Mustard Oil
  • Cinnamon
  • Cardamoms
  • Soy Sauce
  • Bay Leaves
  • Black Pepper
  • Ghee
  • Beresta (Fried Onion Crisps)
  • Yoghurt
  • Kala Bhuna Masala Mix (Your brand choice)

Cooking Process

Add the meat, red chilli, turmeric, coriander, oil, ginger paste, soy sauce, cardamom, mace pieces, green chilli pieces, bay leaves, black, paper and the yoghurt into a pot and saute the elements for 10 minutes or so. Add the beresta and let it cook for three hours or so. But if you have a pressure cooker then it speeds up the process to a minimum of 30 minutes. 

Kala Bhuna Recipe color
Kala Bhuna Has a very Dark Color that you have to look for while cooking

Heat oil in another pan along with mustard oil, green chili, ghee, onion cubes. Add the previously cooked beef mixture and keep stirring. Next you can add the Kala Vuna Masala Mix. Keep stirring on the pan and once you get a darker caramelized color. Check if the meat is soft enough. Kala Bhuna meat tends to be quite soft and almost melts in your mouth once done. 

Serve with Bhuna Khichuri, Plain Rice, Ruti, Porota. 

You can order your essential groceries along with your favorite dishes from top notch Restaurants with Hungrynaki