Rosh Bora

A Bengali meal is incomplete without a dessert or at least a sweet treat at the end. And, sometimes the sweet treat are just to eat for snack, or so if you desire. I have a big sweet tooth and I love every kind of sweets and desserts; if only I didn’t have to count…

4 Minute Microwave Peda

Fan us on Facebook and Instagram . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email. Subho Bijayar Priti O Suvecha And, the 5 days of celebrations come to an end with Dashami. Every year the day marks a bitter sweet farewell to the biggest festival of Bengalis. Dashami marks the end of Durga puja, and bijaya starts. Bijaya is the…

Shrikhand – Indian Saffron Mousse

Shrikhand is a very popular Gujrati dessert. Yogurts is flavored with various Indian spices to prepare this sweet. It is generally had as a dessert but sometimes it is also served a side dish with puri or luchi

Patol Mishti

There can be many savory dishes made with patol, but a sweet entirely of sweets is definitely a stand apart.

Rajbhog

Beginners guide to Preparing Rajbhog quickly

Making Rajbhog, the giant Rasgulla, is pretty easy. Here’s the Beginners guide to preparing Rajbhog. It is calorie heavy though. But once in a while, worry about taste buds, will you.

Apple Crumble for your Valentine

Make this Valentine’s Day a special treat for your Valentine. Prepare a easy to make apple crumble and make him fall in love again.

Guest Post: Rasogolla (Rasgulla)

The soft white and mushy balls dipped in sugar syrup – can a Bong ask for anything more. Yes, rasogollas are one of the most popular sweets among Bengalis. Here’s how you can prepare it at home.