All thanks to Lakshmi and Mallika Basu for this wonderful event. The event was originally started by Zlamuska and now carried on by Lakshmi of Kitchen Chronicles. All my thanks to Lakshmi for letting me host this event. And, of course a many thanks to Mallika for letting us borrow her recipes. She is the proud author of Miss Masala (you can get the book from Flipkart and Amazon). Here’s the list of entries for this wonderful event:
Ksenia of Tales of a Spoon has sent us a Jeera aloo recipe.
Talking about the most prized possession of the Bengali culinary art, Kankana Saxena of Sunshine & Smile has shared the recipe for Fish Curry in Bengali Style
How can we neglect the harvest of the winter season, Gobhi Matar comes from Anamika of Taste Junction.
Curry Leaf of TastyCurryLeaf has shared the recipe for Tamatar Shorba.
To end with a sweet note, here’s Usha of MySpicKitchen sharing the recipe for Bhapa Doi, Bengali Cheese Cake
You can find the original links to Mallika’s Quick and Easy Indian Cooking blog down here:
- Jeera Aloo
- Goan Prawn Masala
- Fish Curry in Bengali style
- Tamatar Shorba
- Bhapa Doi, Bengali Cheese Cake