About Auther:

IIT Roorkee Alum, Building Bengali Cuisine, Web 2.0 geek, Patent Litigation Consultant, weekend traveller, travel blogger (not necessarily in that order)

Top 7 Bengali Food Blogs

Here’s a list of Top 7 Bengali Food Blogs. The list includes:
1. Bangali Meye of A Bengali Girl in US
2. Jayashree Mandal of Spice and Curry
3. Sandeepa of Bong Mom’s CookBook
4. Sharmila of Kichu Khon
5. Indrani of Appyayan
6. Sharmishtha of Cook a Doodle Do
7. Angshuman Das of Cooking in Calcutta
The list doesn’t include Sutapa Ray’s Bengali Recipes on the Web (most popular websites for bengali recipes) and Cook Like a Bong.


July Roundup at BengaliCuisine

The post gives a snapshot of the activities in July at Bengalicuisine.

We purchased a domain name and linux shared hosting at Godaddy, installed Arthemia themes and lots of useful plugins and thus, the site was given a brand new look – and thus, a new home for delicious bengali recipes.

Breakfast with eggs series gave away 6 quick recipes. On one hand, there was Bhapa Chingri in the Fish category; and on the other, home made Phuchka adorned StreetFood category. Plus, we also participated in several events in the food blogosphere. Enjoy reading.

Boiled Egg Sandwich

Part 5 of the series “Breakfast with Egg Recipes” features Boiled Egg Sandwich. Learn about its ingredients, how to prepare it, some Sandwich trivia and the Nutrition count of the recipe with Nutrition Calculator
Approx reading time: 5 min
Preparation time: 6 min
Cooking time: 10 min

Mughlai Paratha

We love Eggs because they taste good, are a great source of protein (and amino acids) and most of all, are easy to cook. Starting today, this blog will run a series on “15 min breakfast recipes with eggs”. This post discusses Mughlai Paratha. Preparation time: 10 mins; Cooking time: 12mins; Serves: 4. Try it and let us know whether it suited you.

Welcome to Our New Site

Welcome to a new home of Bengali Cuisine, Sudeshna’s popular blog on Bengali Food. Though Bongs claim to be ‘Khaddo Roshik’ (food connoisseur), there are too few prominent voices on Bengali food on the web. This blog will try to fill the gap. Happy reading.

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Thanks for subscribing to Cook Like a Bong. You can now access the subscribers special content, the free eBook titled Saradiya Rannabati 2010. It is a collection of 26 traditional and trendy Bengali recipes to enjoy this festive season. Please check your email and download the eBook. We have several people to thank for making the…

Panchmeshali Tarkari

Here I am at my father’s place and enjoying all kinds of Bengali dishes cooked by mom. She is preparing all kinds of dishes that I love. Tonight was as usual one of my favorite platters at the dinner table. It’s a mixed vegetable curry cooked in without any kind of spices and is a…