This Aam Jhol recipe is probably the most staple green mango recipe which gets made in a Bengali household. Calling it a ‘Green Mango Curry Chutney’ is my way of explaining you the dish where the green mangoes or kacha aam is tempered with a couple of spices before cooked with sugar for a sweet and almost soup-like delicious chutney.
This Kacha Aamer Chutney (Chatni) or Green Mango Chutney is probably the best summer special chutney to go with simple and light summer dishes. Plus, it has absolutely zero oil, and by that, I mean no oil or butter in any form whatsoever! And….takes barely 10 minutes to get this ready. Oh! Did I tell […]
Khaja is an Indian sweet recipe where strips of layered pastry are deep-fried and then coated with sugar syrup. It is mildly sweet and crunchy on the outside, and flaky in the inside. Also known as Chiroti, it is a very popular Indian sweet made for special occasions.
Whether you are looking for something refreshing and non-fussy for summer weekday dinners or something nutritious and healthy for a cozy winter evening, this chicken soup with vegetables is an answer to that.
This Bandhakopir Tarkari, also known as Bandhakopir Dalna is a winter season’s cult classic Bengali veggie side dish. Bandhakopi or cabbage is finely sliced and then stir-fried with a couple of potatoes, grated ginger and spices. This niramish bandhakopi dalna tarkari is vegetarian and gluten-free.
This Lemongrass Chicken recipe ticks all the boxes for me, its simple, needs minimal ingredients and tastes absolutely delicious. If you are like me who loves to have some chicken dish as a leftover for a rainy day, this is definitely my numero uno choice. among several lemongrass recipes in my recipe book, this chicken recipe is the most sought after chicken dinner recipe.