Semui Payesh/Vermicelli Pudding is very easy to make. It’s similar to that of payesh/rice pudding but cooking time is very less (15 mins at max).
Have this mixed vegetable curry with tomato based gravy, this is super healthy and tastes amazing. This is a fully Vegetarian recipe.
Luchi/Poori is a type of Indian bread. It’s made with just 3 ingredients and goes with almost any curry. This is vegetarian/vegan recipe.
Patisapta pithe is like a slightly thicker crepe with a sweet filling inside. This is mostly prepared during winter season with khejur gur/date palm jaggery.
Musoor Dal’er Bora/lentil fritters are extremely easy to make and don’t need a ton of ingredients or spices.
Laal saag/Red Amaranth leaves are really easy to cook. This recipe is giving both non-vegetarian and vegetarian options. Make it with seasonal radish to get the best results.
When you make bottle gourd curry/lau ghonto, save the skin of the bottle gourd (Lau’er Bakol) for stir frying them. It tastes amazing with plain rice/roti.
This is the recipe of lau Ghonto/bottle gourd curry. Skip the prawns for making it vegetarian/vegan. This curry is very light and prepared with very few ingredients.
Bengali style Veg fried rice recipe, which is strictly vegan and vegetarian- good for health and treat for your tastebuds.
Prawn fritters are crispy and delicious. It becomes soft and juicy when cooked in a light gravy with simple Indian spices. Have this gravy with rice for the best experience.
Thankuni Pata/Centella Leaves are slightly bitter in taste… The fritters are crispy, not spicy at all and go well with plain rice.
Sharing how we learnt and loved making Rajma during pandemic.
This is a recipe of Jhinge/Ridge Gourd prepared by my loving mother. This is dish is fully vegetarian and vegan.
Sharing my favorite vegetarian finger food recipe- which is best for the rainy evening.
Here’s my most favorite recipe of gajar halwa- that will melt in your mouth.
Bhetki Macher Paturi is a popular fish preparation in Bengal. Boneless fish filet is cooked in aromatic mustard sauce wrapped in banana leaf.
Rosh means syrup and Bora means fritter in Bengali. Basically Rosh Bora kind of a lentil fritter that is dipped into sugar syrup. It may look similar to gulab jamun, yet the flavor and texture is poles apart from that of gulab jamun. This recipe is also vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Paneer Butter Masala is a North Indian cuisine made from Cottage Cheese (also known as Paneer in India) and a smooth and creamy, moderately spicy gravy. This is definitely a delight for the vegetarians. It tastes amazing with any sort of Indian bread like roti, chapati, naan, paratha and so on.
Kochu or Taro is a plant whose every part can be used to make versatile dishes. Kochu bata is a prepared using the root of the plant.
Prawn Pulao is a beautiful blend of long grained fluffy rice and mildly spicy, semi-dry Prawn curry. Find out the Prawn Pulao recipe here.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe of making French Toasts. The little details can make a big difference in flavor in a common dish.
Nothing can beat the taste of crispy jalebis dipped in sugar syrup. Here’s an easy recipe for making instant jalebis, a classic Indian sweet.
Naan is a variant of Indian bread that goes well with almost everything! Here’s an easy recipe that my mom follows to make tasty Naans for us!
Mutton Kosha is a type of red meat gravy cooked in Bengali style. The mutton is slow-cooked in a rich, flavorful gravy for long time. The perfectly cooked mutton kosha melts in your mouth bursting all the flavors.
Chocolate mug-cake is my go to snack when I feel snackish or want a quick snack with minimum cooking/cleaning effort. This recipe is vegetarian as well.
Chana masala is one of the popular curry made from chickpea. This can be eaten with plain rice or any sort of Indian bread such as chapati, poori, naan etc.
Chana masala can be dry or semi-dry. It’s moderately spicy with flavors of coriander and cumin seeds with a tangy hint. It can be served both as a main course or a tea-time snack. I am sharing my mom’s take on the recipe.
On the Wok- a restaurant located in Hitech City, Hyderabad serves many popular Asian cuisines including Nasi Goreng, Pad Thai, Bibimbap, Ramen.
B-Dubs is a fast-food restaurant best for watching a game with friends or colleagues. Grab a drink and enjoy chicken wings while listening to music!
You might have heard about about breakfast in bed… But have you heard about Lunch in bed? Punjabi Affairs, Hyderabad will serve your favorite meal in bed!
Sahib’s Barbeque, Hitech City is one of the best barbeque restaurants in Hyderabad. Its beautiful ambiance will take you to the ancient time of Nawabs!