Mix Vegetable Fried Rice

Mix Vegetable Fried rice. Fried rice with all the seasonal vegetables. An aromatic, no onion garlic and easy to make rice dish from Bengali cuisine. You will love the delectable taste and flavour. Fried carrots, French beans, cauliflower, green peas ,cashew nuts and raisins made this rice absolutely delicious. You can use whatever vegetables you … Continue reading Mix Vegetable Fried Rice

Doi Potol Or Pointed Gourd / Parwal In Yogurt Gravy

Doi potol or pointed guard/parwal in yogurt gravy. A no onion garlic delicious and flavorful parwal curry from Bengali cuisine made with a blend of aromatic spices and yogurt. Soft whole parwal or pointed gourd in spices infused rich aromatic gravy is best accompany with steamed rice, pulao, jeera rice, roti, paratha, puri or any … Continue reading Doi Potol Or Pointed Gourd / Parwal In Yogurt Gravy

Paneer In Mustard gravy/Chhanar Sorshe Jhal

Paneer in mustard gravy or chhanar sorshe jhal. A delicious no onion garlic curry from Bengali cuisine. Mustard, poppy seeds, green chilli and tomato made this curry spicy, flavourful and mouthwatering. I have used homemade paneer or cottage cheese. Get the recipe here. You need only mustard powder, poppy seed, green chilli and tomato paste, … Continue reading Paneer In Mustard gravy/Chhanar Sorshe Jhal

Bati Chochchori

Bati chochchori. A simple, easy, quick and delicious curry without any spice. Sharing a simple and easiest potato recipe from Bengali cuisine. You can add any vegetable of your choice with potatoes. You need only panch phoran or Bengali five spices, salt and mustard oil to make this curry. Even you don’t need turmeric or … Continue reading Bati Chochchori

Ranga Aloor Pithe/Sweet Potato Dumplings

Ranga aloor pithe or sweet potato dumplings. A sankranti special delicacy from Bengali cuisine. Sugar syrup soaked and stuffud with mawa/dried or thickened milk, coconut and khajur gur or date palm jaggery dumplings taste heavenly. As I mentioned in my last year Sankranti post that in Bengal different types of pithe, puli, paesh or rice … Continue reading Ranga Aloor Pithe/Sweet Potato Dumplings

Dim Kosha Or Spicy Egg Curry With Thick Gravy

Dim kosha or spicy flavorful egg curry from Bengali cuisine. A rich and thick curry, best accompany with steamed rice pulao, puri, naan or any bread. Easy to make and delectable taste. Posting after a short break. Hope you will like the recipe. Earlier shared Chicken kosha Kosha means bhuna or frying the spices well. … Continue reading Dim Kosha Or Spicy Egg Curry With Thick Gravy

Chhanar Paturi Or Steamed Cottage Cheese/Paneer

Chhanar paturi or steamed cottage cheese. An easy to make paneer or cottage cheese dish from Bengali cuisine. You can make paturi with fish, eggs or any vegetable following this recipe. Just marinate the mashed paneer wrap with banana leaf and steam and your delicious paneer is ready. Serve this no onion garlic side dish … Continue reading Chhanar Paturi Or Steamed Cottage Cheese/Paneer

Tomato Oambal Or Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney or oambal from Tripura cuisine. A sweet and slightly hot delicious chutney. You can enjoy it with any meal or snacks. Recipe is very simple to make. You don’t need much ingredients to make this chutney. I have served it with lentil or dal cutlets. Tripura is one of the North Eastern seven … Continue reading Tomato Oambal Or Tomato Chutney

Chhanar Dalna Or Paneer/Cottage Cheese Balls In Gravy

Chhanar dalna. Bengali style no onion garlic curry with homemade chhena or cottage cheese balls. This delicious and aromatic curry can be served as a side dish with pulao, jeera rice, luchi or puri, paratha, roti or any type of bread. You can use grated store bought paneer but homemade soft chhena or paneer taste … Continue reading Chhanar Dalna Or Paneer/Cottage Cheese Balls In Gravy

Dal Corn Paneer Pakoda / Lentil Sweet Corn Cottage Cheese Fritters

Dal corn paneer pakoda or mixed lentils, cottage cheese and sweet corn fritters. Rain makes everything beautiful. Don’t you like pitter patter sound of rain and cold breeze of this season? I know you also love this season with more greenery. In Bengali we call it bristi bheja din. And we need some delicious fried … Continue reading Dal Corn Paneer Pakoda / Lentil Sweet Corn Cottage Cheese Fritters