Bhetki Macher Paturi is a popular fish preparation in Bengal. Boneless fish filet is cooked in aromatic mustard sauce wrapped in banana leaf.
Chal kumro bora / Ash gourd fritter is the best way to consume this otherwise boring vegetable with respect to taste. This can make a great combo with plain rice and lentil soup (dal). This recipe has both vegan/vegetarian and non-vegetarian alternatives.
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.
Alu Paratha is a type of Indian bread stuffed with spicy mashed potatoes. It is one of those things that we love eating as any meal of the day- breakfast, lunch, dinner. This recipe is vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Chirer Pulao/Poha is a well known street food/snack in India. This can be enjoyed both as a breakfast or an evening snack. Find out the recipe here.
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.
Khichdi that is prepared with rice, lentils and vegetables available in your kitchen is one of the most filling and nutritious food. You can easily turn this into a one-pot-meal.
Malpua/Malpoa is a sweet treat that can be made with ingredients easily available in your kitchen. Following this recipe you can make malpua under 30 minutes.
Kolkata-style biriyani is a magic, the slow cooked meat melts in your moutht, yet the spice-infused big pieces of potatoes steal the slow!!
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!
Rosogolla or Rasgulla is one of the most iconic Bengali sweets. While you can find them so easily in any corner of Bengal, it is equally hard to get them anywhere else in India in affordable price.
These sweets are like white balls made of cottage cheese, dipped in light sugar syrup. We attempted to make rosogolla at home a couple of times and now I am sharing the recipe for those who wanna try!
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.
Today I was in a mood to eat something savory and these spicy pancakes came to my rescue. These look almost like the the traditional pancakes but taste completely different.
This is a vegetarian friendly recipe. These spicy pancakes can be made easily with the things available in your pantry. And most importantly, it does not call for great cooking skills!
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.
Sorshe Potol is a Bengali style vegetable curry. Coconut and mustard paste can take an ordinary vegetable like potol/parwal to next level!
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!
Pakka Local, Gachibowli, Hyderabad. Let’s find out their menu, taste some food and give you an idea about my overall experience.
Swardesh Multicusine Restaurant review, buffet menu and service.
Visiting The Juicy Grill- Tasting some of the best picks from their menu and meeting the team…
It was a Friday night, past 9 PM when sissy and I decided to eat outside. I was planning to visit Urban Asia from the day I found it out in Gachibowli, Hyderabad but every time a different restaurant got the priority. I opened zomato and booked a table for 2 ’cause who wants to […]
It was my sister’s birthday and I had to take her out to a nice place for dinner. After a lot of research Flechazo, Madhapur, Hyderabad seemed to be the most convenient option to me. I called them and had a table booked for two. Dinner date with my sister is a rare thing to […]
Recently I visited Smokey House, Hitech City, Hyderabad with a team of around 20 people for lunch. Our booking was done one day prior to our visit. We could acquire the tables as soon as we reached the restaurant. Almost 40 percent of my teammates opted for vegetarian menu whereas we were among the non-vegetarians. […]
I got a tasting session invite with other food bloggers for the first time in my life. This happened a while ago but I wanted to share my thoughts with all of you… I would like to give you a little background first. 1. Almost a year ago, a guy reached out to me on […]
I visited Barbeque Pride, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad on a Friday night with 2 of my girlfriends. Here’s the detailed menu, food review, restaurant review and my experience!
25+ breakfasts that Indians start the day with!
United Kitchens of India had a Food Festival of authentic Bengali Cuisines on the occasion of Bengali new year. Here are some photos of it.
Karachi Cafe, the cafe from the famous restaurant chain Karachi Bakery grabbed my attention just a few days after they opened the 1st cafe in Gachibowli. Location wise it is pretty easy to find out. I like the vintage theme of their ambiance. Coming to the most important part now. I have tried a few […]
I just figured out an easy beet root recipe!