Rogan Josh Review and Giveaway

Rogan josh is one of the most popular recipes of the Kashmiri cuisine, though its origin is from the Persian kitchen. It is mainly made with lamb or mutton, but nowadays even chicken or vegetarian versions are also available in the restaurants. This recipe is characterized by its brilliant red color. The Kashmiri red chili powder is mainly used to get this red color, but in traditional version of the recipe dried flowers or roots of Alkanet is also used and even saffron strands.

Holi – The Festival of Colors Event RoundUp

It is the festival of colors. This year, Holi will be celebrated on March 27, 2013. So, to be a part of this colorful festival we ta Cook Like a Bong hosted Holi – The Festival of Colors event. The event was sponsored by CupoNation, and two lucky winners will get Flipkart gift vouchers worth 1000 and 500 INR.

Christmas Baking Event RoundUp

Holidays are in the air. And, what better way to celebrate this holiday season with some wonderful baked goods from your oven for your loved ones. Put on your oven mitts and get ready for a great collection of Christmas baking recipes.

Announcing Christmas Event

Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email I studied in a convent school, so Christmas was a big thing. I remember the whole week before the school closed for winter vacation we had to give gifts to the slums nearby. The gifts included food, soaps and also our old clothes. We decorated the…

Event Announcement: Tried and Tasted Recipes

Announcing the event for this month – Tried and Tasted Recipes, a brain child of Lakshmi from Kitchen Chronicles. Choose and cook any recipe for Mallika’s Quick Indian Cooking, blog about it and send it to us.

Mowa & Murki on Lakshmi Puja

As we bid good bye to Goddess Durga its time to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth to our homes. Enjoy the day with the very authentic Bengali murki and mowa.

Event Announcement: Cooking with Seeds – Poppy

Announcing the event for this month – Cooking with Seeds, the brain child of Priya of Priya’s Easy and Tasty Recipes.

The theme for the month is poppy, the most widely used seed (spice) in any kind of cuisine. Do share your recipes with us and also your love for this wonderful seed.

Happy Holi

The festival of colors. Though almost the entire North Indian will be celebrating Holi on Monday, we here in the Eastern part of the country celebrated it this morning.

This festival of colors considered as the National Festival of the country is the largest festival in the sub-continent. The colors, the customs, the rituals is the essence of this spring festival.

We at Cook Like a Bong wish you all a very Happy Holi.

Monthly Mingle RoundUp Part #2

Indulge in 4 winter fruit recipes, 13 mouth watering side dishes and 5 potpourri winter recipes from 9 countries. Feast on the spicy grilled broccolis or the Malaysian style Noodles.

Taste the delicious guacamole with some chips or quesadillas. Savour some groovy winter special recipes from all around the world to pamper your taste buds.

This is the part 2 of Monthly Mingle Roundup. The first part had entries under the categories of soups and bakes. The second part covers the rest of the submissions under fruits, sides and others.

Do let us know which entry you loved the most.

Monthly Mingle RoundUp Part #1

Savour 6 different soups and as many different bakes from bloggers across the world. Tickle your taste buds with the Ukranian Borscht in this chilly winter or the quick and easy to cook butternut squash and chestnut soup.

Bite on the adapted version of the French Gratin Dauphinois or pamper your sweet tooth with the upside down cranberry cakes.

For more entries at the Monthly Mingle: Winter Fruits and Vegetables stay tuned till tomorrow.