This winter can be special with Balushahi
I am going to share a traditional Indian sweet recipe which can be a special dish for your Christmas or New Year evening. It is Balushahi, a tasty Indian sweet.
Make your New Year sweeter with Phirni
We are in the mood of celebration as we have entered 2019. Let’s make it more sweeter with a sweet recipe. In this new year season I am going to gift you a Phirni recipe.
Mouth-Watering Banana Raita
We always want to cook something easy, tasty and healthy as well. So, let’s talk about raita, a rich mouthwatering food item of Indian subcontinent. This recipe is almost famous in every state in India, some parts of Pakistan and yes Bangladesh and Nepal.
Taro Root recipe in Bengali Style
Taro Root (Shola Kochu) is a famous vegetable in Bangladesh and West Bengal.It controls blood sugar, improves vision and it is an anti-cancer property. Today I am going to share a Bengali traditional Shola Kochu ( taro root) recipe.
Khichdi for Your Rainy Day Meal
Rain is romantic. We know many poets who had expressed their feelings for love by their words related to rain. But, for me, rainy day is all about stay at home and enjoy a lavish khichdi in lunch. Everyone in India knows about this famous tasty food. But, I have received many emails from my foreigner friends, requesting the recipe of khichdi. So, I decided to write this simple and interesting Indian food. Ingredients: 1) Rice (500 gm) 2) Moong dal (250 gm) 3)Masoor dal (250 gm) 4) One onion (chopped) 5) 2 Dry red chillies 6) Salt as per your taste 7) Sugar half tablespoon (optional) 8) Two bay…
Spicy Dry Fish Vorta of Bengal
As a bong girl I love to eat fishes. Though, during my childhood I was not that into fish, but these three years in South India have changed my taste and made me a fish lover. Today, I am writing a dry fish recipe. Many people do not know how to cook dry fish and what all health benefits it has. They afraid of smell and avoid this particular item to eat. Spicy dry fish vorta is a high protein fish item with spicy twist. Ingredients: Dry loitta fishes Red chilli powder Turmeric Powder Chopped onion and garlic Mustard oil Salt as per your taste Hot water Step 1: First…
Continental Sweet Corn
We love to eat sweet corn in different ways and today I’m gonna talk about continental sweet corn. This is a very unique and simple recipe which came to my mind on a weekend when I was struggling to decide my weekend menu.
Hungry Traveller in Bengaluru
Since three years I am in Bengaluru but still I am discovering new things everyday. We people are from other parts of India have a very common idea about food in Bengaluru, that is “any city in South India is all about Dosa and Idli. But, the reality is quite different from this.
Bhojohori Manna, a place for traditional Bengali cuisines
Are you a foodie? Or a Bong foodie and staying outside Bengal? I know, sometimes it is difficult to get traditional Bengali food outside Bengal .But there are some restaurants in and outside the state where you can get traditional Bengali foods with reasonable price.