Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email Its been a long since we had a guest post on our blog. This post is from a very dear friend, Soma who blogs at eCurry. She had prepared this chilled and refreshing soup from the cantaloupe grown in her own backyard. Know ore about it…
Fan us on Facebook . You can also Subscribe to BengaliCuisine by Email With the mercury rising every day and no sign of rain, this is the time of keeping yourself hydrated. The heat and the sweat makes your body loose lots and lots of water. Especially with children, its summer time and all they want is to play…
A very berry summer cooler – the strawberry lassi. Its easy to prepare and yummy to taste. You can also let your kids do a diy project for this spring break.
The yellow lentil with three different gourds is a must have to beat the tropical summers, or just to enjoy the authentic Bengali recipes.
Indulge in some healthy fruit drinks this summer. Enjoy this refreshing watermelon mocktail/juice.
A Saturday night must have salad
This summer indulge is some pure sin with the yummy butterscotch mango sundaes
A century old vegetarian recipe – Doi bhaat, learnt from grand mom, that’s what our guest writer, Chandrima Guha wants to share with us
A guest post from Joy Paley on the Beverages that your Bengali taste bud would like.
ও শিব কবে হবে কাল, নিম দিয়ে ছেচকি আম দিয়ে ডাল
By definition, summer is a little away but the heat has already set in. The markets are flooded with raw mangoes. These sour tasting mangoes are a wonderful ingredient for varieties of Bengali recipes.
Beat the Heat with Raw Mango Dal. Here’s how to cook Aamer Daal in easy steps.
A Bengali never ends without at least a spoonful of mishti doi. This dessert prepared from milk and caramelized sugar is a must have in all feasts and celebrations. The light mix of pink and brown in the earthen pot makes this dessert a must have for kids to adults.
Reading time: 5min
Cooking time: 35min
Preparation time: 5min
Incubation: Overnight (10-11hr)
Makes half-litre of yogurt