Potato-Okra Fry

When I was a child my hobby was to paint and dance. As I grew up and stepped into my adolescence dance turned from a hobby to a passion. I had performed in various festivals, stage shows, TV shows, school and college fests. Painting was no more a hobby, but I still draw at times,…

Dhokar Dalna

Follow me on Twitter. Add me as a friend on Facebook . Visit my Flickr photostream. I┬áhope you all had loved the round up for The Non-Veggie Event. As for me, hosting an event for the first time was of great great pleasure. The recipes I received were so good and I felt pleasure in…

Egg Tomato

Egg is always that easy to make and ready to serve recipe in all households I presume. The advertisement that used to be telecasted in DD National when I was young “SUNDAY HO YAA MONDAY ROJ KHAIYE AANDE” that was lovely. I loved that one very much. From school tiffin, to a side dish for…

Non-veggie Recipe Event

Today when I logged on to my blog, one thing caught my eyes. The blog stats. It has just crossed the 4000 bar. In just 4 months and 23 days my blog has crossed 4000 hits. It felt real good that people like my posts. Thanks to all my blog visitors. o I thought of…

Week Night Dinner

Monday nights are always the lousiest nights of all the weekdays. After a lazy-dizzy weekend, I’m always reluctant to get into the kitchen after a whole day’s work. Anyways, nothing to do I have to get going and prepare something. So, whatever it be, the preparation shouldn’t take much time, but should be wholesome and…

Chaler Payesh

I always had a sweet corner for sweets. I used to devour sweets whenever I got the chance. I remember those days from school, I used to study at night and my mom always kept sweets loaded in the fridge. My way of taking a break from study was to get hold some sweets and…

Chicken-do-peyaja

India’s Independence Day, and everybody home. I was all in a mood to enjoy the day, cooking, eating and of course having fun. I started preparing for a nice and heavy lunch for the day. The menu today consisted of a lot many items, to celebrate the 61st year of our independence. So, the first…

Khichudi

Khichudi, the name reminds me of those rainy days and rainy nights. Khichudi had always taken a special soft corner in my heart. Mom used to cook it whenever it started and rain means no going out and so everybody at home. The whole family waiting impatiently for the hot and yummy porridge to be…

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.

Chicken Kasha

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…