Fan us on Facebookor Instagram. You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email Here’s a new guest post from Nika Biliavska. Nika is a food blogger newbie who is passionate about healthy but tasty nutrition.She has a degree in Cultural Sciences and Enogastronomy. She loves to travel and discover different cuisines. All Bengalis love street food, which is…
Chef Jason Galletti’s passion for exceptional and unique catering experiences inspired him to bring together G`Day Chef to life in 2005. For over ten years now, Jason and his team has provided catering and event services in Melbourne that use the very best Victorian Produce, delivered with consideration of the newest and most delicious culinary…
A guest post fro Ishita of IshitaUnblogged to make this Bijaya more fun. The Sandesh Pudding recipe is a fusion of the traditional Bengali sweet, sandesh made of Indian cottage cheese or chenna and the European caramel pudding
Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email Its been a long since we had a guest post on our blog. This post is from a very dear friend, Soma who blogs at eCurry. She had prepared this chilled and refreshing soup from the cantaloupe grown in her own backyard. Know ore about it…
Wanted just that punch to go with your favorite cocktail or mocktail for the next party, try these juicy sweet and hot soya cake nuggets
Leave the cliche red roses and chocolates this year, gift your Valentine something more unique, a candle light dinner with mutton rogan josh and warm white rice. Have a great Valentine’s Day.
Enjoy the tasty and tangy potatoes cooked in pickle oil
Almond Yogurt Cupcakes with a Mango Surprise Centre for 6 to 60.
A century old vegetarian recipe – Doi bhaat, learnt from grand mom, that’s what our guest writer, Chandrima Guha wants to share with us
A non-Bong’s take on 5 reasons to learn to cook Bengali food
Doi ilish – a guest post from a very loving Bengali couple – Anindita and Santanu
A guest post from Joy Paley on the Beverages that your Bengali taste bud would like.
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.
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.
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.