Follow me on Twitter. Add me as a friend on Facebook . Visit my Flickr photostream. Serves: 4 Winter has gone away, but it has still left us with many vegetables to feel that dry cold winter afternoons. Cauliflower is one with which you can experiment out a lot many things. For today is the…
Potato Tibetan Style
Hi, had been writing about Bengali cuisine all these time, so just thought of changing your taste a bit. There was a Nepali cook at my place a long time ago; he used to cook the potato in Tibetan style. Well I was in school then and this had been my lunch during the break…
Hello everybody , I had been busy with my profession so couldn’t give much time to my hobby. I am sorry for my absence. Would be writing about a new recipe tomorrow.Till then please do bear with me.
Hi. I had been writing about chicken, fish and vegetables all these while. I think my eggetarian viewers will be angry with me. So this goes to all those who are in love with eggs “Sunday ho ya Monday, roj khaiye aande”. This was from the advertisement that used to be telecasted on DDI years…
Serves 6 Thanks all for making my post in the 100 hits list of blogs. So lets have something special one this occasion. It goes to those potato lovers, who still don’t give a damn to the extra weight. For those who really do, you can sacrifice that for a day and try this out….
Badha Kopir Tarkari
Serves: 4 Its Monday today, most of the houses prefer to vegetarian food, no difference at my place too. So cooked cabbage today and of course Bengali style. My maternal gets a credit for this, she cooks this dish, just too well. I have never tasted somebody cook better badha kopir tarkari than her….
This is a new style of chicken I cooked a few days ago. It was absolutely experimental, but it turned out to be good. So posting it in this blog. Serves 4 Ingredients: Chicken (murgi): 1kg Onions (peyaj): 5 medium sized ones Tomato: 2 medium sized Potato (aalu): 4 pieces Mustard oil (sarser tel): 4…
Doi Rui – Rohu in Yogurt
Learn how to prepare this Rohu delicacy – bengali style rohu (rui maach) in yogurt.
Peyaji – Bengali Onion Pakora
A Beginner’s guide to Peyaji – the Bengali Onion Pakora (also called Onion Bhaji, Onion Pakora). Learn in easy steps. Reading time: 5 min for Benginners.
Follow me on Twitter. Add me as a friend on Facebook . Visit my Flickr photostream. Update: This was the first post I wrote on Cook Like a Bong, the then Here I Cook. Due to the popularity of this post I thought of updating it for my own good, and also for those who…