Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email The word “balti” always remind me of the Bengali word for bucket, why a chicken recipe will be associated with such a word was quite appealing to me. My first guess was that the dish was served in little copper coated buckets in the restaurant, but…
No potatoes, no garam masala – its a different way of preparing chicken. This signature dish from one of the most active contributors of Cook Like a Bong is surely going to steal your heart away.
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.
11 days to go for the Durga Puja, and I am overwhelmed with what to write and what to leave out. Here’s a special Bengali style keema curry served hot.
Preparation time: 10min
Cooking time: 15 – 20min
Reading time: 3min
With many types of rice, it really took me long to come up with the round-up. I would like to thank Hema and Easy to Cook for sending so many recipes for the event. Please let me know if I have missed out any of your recipes. You can see the first part of roundup…
It was a great honour to host this event. As it was, it was the first time I had hosted any event on my blog. It really felt nice to receives lots and lots of recipes from everyone of you. I thank all to make this event a great success. So here are the recipes for the Non-veggies event rnd up.
This is in the order of how I received the recipes:
Sometimes back I read about a chilli garlic crab preparation in a cook book. Thought of trying the same preparation but with chicken in place of crab. The experiment turned out to be a very spicy and yummy platter, so here it is sharing with you all. Ingredients: Chicken (murgi): 1kg Red chilli powder (sukhno…
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…