Fan us on Facebook or Instagram. You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email While growing up Sunday breakfast always meant luchi and sometimes on special occasions it was peas filled kochuri. My mom’s luchis are so light and fluffy that you don’t even need a side to eat them, my favorite was to eat those hot luchis…
Strawberries and Cream Cheese French Roll Up Toast
KIck off your breakfast with this easy to make yet to delicious French toast roll ups. Choose your fillings and serve it hot – you’ll be the star of the breakfast table.
Bengali Breakfast with Luchi
The big Bengali breakfast could never be big without the wheatish golden fluffy luchi, a cousin of puris.
Summer Coolers – Watermelon Mocktail
Indulge in some healthy fruit drinks this summer. Enjoy this refreshing watermelon mocktail/juice.
What to have for Holi
Happy Holi to all of you, here are some of the authentic recipes for Holi
Cooking with Seeds – Poppy: Event Round-up Addendum
In addition to the recipes posted for The Cooking with Seeds – Poppy event Round-up, here’s some more special recipes with poppy
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.
Bhat Bhaja (Fried Rice)
A perfect easy and simple breakfast for those lazy weekend mornings. If you have some left over rice from last night, then what’s keeping you back. Go ahead, choose your favorite vegetables and add them to make this colorful breakfast to pamper your taste buds.
Preparation time: 7min
Cooking time: 10min
Guest Post: Strawberry Chutney
Its summer and berries are everywhere in the market. Pickles and chutneys have become a staple food for every meal. We are very glad to publish a new guest post in our blog.
This is a simple preparation of strawberry chutney sent to us by WaterBearer (That’s what she likes to call herself, as she is an Aquarius). The tangy preparation of strawberry with hot green chilies is sure to tingle your taste buds.
Egg Maggi Noodles in easy quick steps
Maggi Noodles is undoubtedly the Youth Icon. Calories notwithstanding, Maggi comes to your help during late nights, rush breakfast, supper or when your cook hasn’t turned up. Last was true in my case when I decided its time for Egg Maggi Noodles as a standalone dish.
Prepare Egg Bhurji, prepare maggi and mix both.
Seriously, that’s Egg Maggi for you. If you want to learn the details, read on.
Wishing you all a very Happy Promise Day. Four days into the Valentine’s Week Special, here I am with a new recipe. This time though a little different. This bread chopsuey is more to please your little one.
The simple and easy to prepare recipe is sure to steal the heart of your kid with its color and taste. Prepare it, and I bet your little one can’t just ignore this tempting breakfast.
Microwave Chocolate-Honey Spiral Cookies
We are not perfect and so some disastrous things come out of the kitchen. When it comes to baking, most of the time I end up into a mess. All thanks to Indrani, this was probably the first time I tried baking something in the microwave and they turned out great.
The crunchy and colorful looking cookies was an appealing anytime snacks for my family and friends.
A wholesome and heavy Sunday brunch was just the right think to end the week. Check the easy to make Dahi Vada, a non-spicy North Indian delicacy loved by all.
Chal Diye Alu Dum
Enjoy this festive season with a spicy potato curry in a different style. This typical Bengali recipe is made with baby potatoes in a rich gravy of cumin, grounded scented rice, and garam masala.
Preparation time: 1hr 10min
Cooking time: 20min
A breakfast with some luchi, alu dum and sandesh will make the day for any Bong. Bengalis cannot get enough of these fluffy fried phulkas. Luchi, luuchi, lucchi, poori, puri, phulka – whatever one can call them, but to any Bong it’s an essence of pure ecstasy.
Preparation time: 1 hour
Cooking time: 30min
Makes 20 luchis