Subho Mahalaya. Enjoy the beginning of Durga Puja with this Kolkata street side style vegetable cutlets, or what we loving call in Bengali, chops. You can see the detailed recipe in the video. Enjoy the puja, more yummy recipes coming soon
Holi in Bihar is an epic event, I thought of preparing some Bihari snacks for Holi. Litti is a very common Bihari recipe. It is made with sattu, and is very similar to the Rajasthai bati of dal-bati churma.
Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email Winter is the time of evening snacks; nothing better than having a hot cup of tea with your favorite snack to munch on. We had a party to celebrate the New Year and it got me thinking what can be the quick and easy way to satisfy so…
An evening chatter feels dull without some hot and spicy snacks. When it comes to snacks it seems always unhealthy, but for the health conscious here’s a tasty yet very healthy snacks to enjoy your evening parties without the guilt of extra calories
The very Bengali snack – chirer pulao. Though similar to poha, chirer pulao has a much different texture and taste. Try it and you’ll know.
Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email Chana chola these two things are like a nemesis to me. I never got the difference, what to call which one. Do you have the same problem? While we Bengalis call the big whitish gram as chana and the small brown ones chola, my non-Bong friends…
A Saturday night must have salad
Second in the series of Poila Baisakh special recipe, here’s pumpkin flower fritters
Its the time of the year which every sweet loving Bengali looks up to. Dive into the sin of pleasing your sweet tooth with these easy to make bhapa pithe – sweet steamed dumplings.
From bitter gourd curry to sweet dishes poppy is an accompaniment for all types of preparations. Here’s the event round up for Cooking with Seeds – Poppy.
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.
Fish is like a part of the Bangali society, an integral part of the Bengali culture and cuisine, something indispensible. There can’t be a meal completed without the serving of a fish curry or at least a fried fish. But with our generations getting pretty lazy of cooking fish (rather the task of entering the kitchen) or too busy with the other important things in life; having fish has become a run to the nearest restaurants.
Bombay duck or lottiya is very popular among all other fishes. There are many ways loitta is cooked in different households, but apparently the lotiya bora being the most popular one.
There are many a things that we don’t want to do, but have to do it because of some reason or the other. For some people it may be studying (most common trait in children), eating or may be even cooking. There are hundreds of people who don’t like cooking, for that matter never wanted to get inside the kitchen, but have to cook because they are away from home.
Today’s recipe is for all those people who never wanted to spend the rest of their life in the kitchen. This quick and easy yet very yummy paneer preparation should be your path to nirvana.
Its the easiest way to prepare a great looking and awesome tasting recipe in a matter of minutes. Cook it and enjoy it.
This post reviews Gits Karaisutir Kachori mix. If you cook regularly, I’m sure you may want to take a break sometime and enjoy this ready to cook snack.
In case you cook only occasionally, all the more reason to try it out. I mean, why spend half a day in kitchen preparing kachori when you can do the same using Gits Karaisutir Kachuri Mix in 20 minutes.
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.