Guest Post – Prawns with Mustard and Coconut Paste

I hope you all had a wonderful Rakhi this year. As usual I tied the rakhi to my sister (thats what happens when there are only two daughters in the house). It was fun though, and for a change my father was at home and so didn’t spare him also :).
After the wonderful guest post by Arundhuti, here’s another from a very loving person, Pamela. Pamela was kind enough to share her wonderful recipe of chingri maach diye shorshe naarkel bata (prawns in mustard and coconut paste). I hope you like it.
If you are interested in sharing such recipes with us and with more than 2000 like minded Bong foodies (yes, our Cook Like a Bong Facebook fanpage has grown over two thousand fans)then please do mail us.

Guest Post – Beguni

A group of friends on a slothful evening, adda, beguni and a bowl of puffed rice – an ideal recipe for any Bong or for that matter anybody who loves to hang around with friends.

We are very happy to have Arundhuti of My Saffron Kitchen as a guest writer at our blog. Arundhuti was kind enough to share her recipe with us.

Kolkata Style Vegan Frankie

Save yourself the pre-afternoon hunger and sluggishness, have some quick breakfast and enjoy the day. Start your day with the wholesome and scrumptious breakfast.

Most of us have the tendency to skip breakfast just for the sake of saving time, but is it worth? Keep on reading for the bad effects of skipping the first meal of the day, and also a quick and easy breakfast idea for the late risers.