Shahi Dum Aloo

Shahi dum aloo. A no onion garlic rich creamy and delicious curry. Easy to make spicy and flavorful curry to paired with puri, paratha, roti, fried rice, jeera rice or pulao. A perfect side dish for this festive season. On upcoming Navaratri which starts from 7th October this year, many people avoid onion garlic on … Continue reading Shahi Dum Aloo

Kashmiri Dum Aloo

Kashmiri dum aloo. A very flavourful and lip-smacking no onion garlic potato curry from Kashmiri cuisine. After Himachal Pradesh cuisine this month’s theme of the wonderful group Shhhhh cooking secretly challenge is Kashmiri cuisine. So this month all the members of this group are sharing different dishes from beautiful state Kashmir. This month my partner … Continue reading Kashmiri Dum Aloo

Radhaballavi With Dum Aloo Or Spicy Potato

Originally posted on Batter Up With Sujata:
Radhaballavi or lentil stuffed deep fried Indian flat bread. A delicious breakfast dish of Bengal. You can buy it from any sweet shop of Bengal. A perfect breakfast for Sunday morning. Radhaballavi is little different from kachori. Radhaballavi is soft and bigger than puri or kachori. Little sweetness…

Radhaballavi With Dum Aloo Or Spicy Potato

Radhaballavi or lentil stuffed deep fried Indian flat bread. A delicious breakfast dish of Bengal. You can buy it from any sweet shop of Bengal. A perfect breakfast for Sunday morning. Radhaballavi is little different from kachori. Radhaballavi is soft and bigger than puri or kachori. Little sweetness in it’s stuffing make it too yummy. … Continue reading Radhaballavi With Dum Aloo Or Spicy Potato

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

Matar Kofta Or Green Peas Dumplings In Gravy 

Matar kofta. Green peas dumplings in rich tomato based gravy. One more no onion garlic recipe. Matar or green peas are easily available in this season. And nutritious low calorie green peas are rich source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidant and folic acid. We use this to make different dishes like nimona etc. And it mix … Continue reading Matar Kofta Or Green Peas Dumplings In Gravy 

Aloo Kofta Curry

Aloo kofta or potato dumplings  in gravy. A delicious dish of Bihar. As every place Bihar has it’s own culture, tradition and food. This state has it’s own authentic lip-smacking cuisine.   Our this week’s #Foodiemonday #bloghop theme is traditional curry. My contribution is this mouthwatering aloo kofta of Bihar.   I was born and … Continue reading Aloo Kofta Curry

Basanti Pulao

Basanti pulao or Bengali sweet yellow pulao. Bright yellow coloured aromatic rice made with fragrant gobindobhog rice saffron and aromatic whole spices taste heavenly with any spicy curry. A festive dish from Bengali cuisine. Basanti stands for yellow. This sweet yellow pulao called basanti pulao, holud pulao or misti pulao. Basanti pulao also taste great … Continue reading Basanti Pulao

Mohanbhog Or Suji Halwa With Milk

Its my 6 year blog anniversary. Six years with 550 posts. Its possible only because of you. Thanks to all my readers and friends for your constant support and love. Mohanbhog or suji halwa with milk. Humble halwa with a twist. Used salted butter instead of ghee or clarified butter. Fried dry fruits, milk, saffron … Continue reading Mohanbhog Or Suji Halwa With Milk

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