This koraishutir kochuri recipe in Bengali style is a winter special dish, where a spicy filling of peas is filled and stuffed inside the dough before rolling them into deep-fried flatbreads known as kochuri or kachoris. Often paired with spicy potato curry called aloo dum or cholar dal, it makes an indulgent meal fit for the king.
I will tell you how to make a number 2 cake without needing a special tin. I have used my simple and absolutely fool-proof vanilla sponge cake recipe which I have included below
Bhapa Chingri is the Bengali way of steam cooking of prawns in mustard gravy. In this recipe article, I have shared how to make bhapa chingri in microwave oven with just a handful of ingredients. This recipe hardly needs 5 minutes of preparation and another 5 minutes of cooking, so with 15 minutes, you have a hearty and delicious prawn curry recipe ready. Perfect for busy weeknight dinners.
This Atta Ladoo or Whole Wheat Flour Ladoo is one of the healthiest Indian mithai recipe, which can also be served as a snack. It has aata (whole wheat flour), boora (sugar crystals), nuts and a very moderate amount of ghee to bind everything together.
This Bengali Masoor Dal Sheddho is a simple boiled red lentil dish often served with a dash of pungent mustard oil and chopped red onions, chillies and fresh coriander leaves.
This Gurer Narkel Naru or Jaggery & Coconut Bliss Balls are a must during any Bengali festive celebration. All you need is some coconut & jaggery. That’s it. Both are abundantly available in a Bengali household and when combined together yields enough to cater to everyone in the family, from young to old because everyone is a big fan of this traditional Bengali sweet called Narkel Naru.