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…
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
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.
Khandvi is a typical Gujarati snacks. Made of chickpea flour and sour curd it is the best way to have a tasty savory without fearing about the high calorie intake.
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.