Coconut chutney is an absolute delight while it accompanies South Indian break such as Dosa/Idli/Utthapam. Checkout recipe of coconut chutney
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.
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.
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!