Black chickpeas curry or kala chana is a variant of garbanzo beans which is indigenous to south Asian countries. Popularly known as Bengal gram, chole, Egyptian pea or desi (native) chana. With higher fibre content and lower glycemic index, it is very popular in curries, stews and salads.
We Bengalis hold our luchi aloo tarkari combination very close to our heart. No celebration is complete without a sacrilegious meal of deep-fried luchi or Bengali pooris and a simple stew of potatoes also known as Sada Aloor Torkari or Alur Chorchori or even Aloo Chechki.
In simpler terms, this nutty meatless malai kofta curry is pure indulgence. Mildly spiced cottage cheese koftas dunked in nutty and luscious white gravy always makes for a centerpiece to the festive dinner table. Often said to be a decadent Mughlai recipe, this malai kofta curry is surely a keeper!
This kacha moong dal recipe is just another way of making moong dal in a simple Bengali way. With just a handful of ingredients, you can make this flavourful yellow Indian lentil that goes perfectly well with a bowl of hot rice and a wedge of lime. One of the primary reasons behind the popularity of moong dal recipes is that it is very quick to make. If you have a stovetop pressure cooker or an Instant Pot, you can easily put together this in a matter of a couple of minutes.
This Grilled Fish with Lemon Butter Sauce makes for a perfect relaxing Sunday brunch menu because you actually have to do very little to get a great brunch table laid for your family and friends. Here, the Basa fish fillet has been grilled to perfection, topped by super luscious, yet easy to put together Lemon Butter Sauce. Serve this with a side of boiled vegetables and toast, for a complete meal. As you can see, this dish is gluten-free, paleo-friendly and keto diet-friendly.
This sweet Pie Crust recipe is one of those recipes which you should probably stick on your refrigerator door! I am serious when I say that it is just too hard to come across foolproof & easy pie crust recipes which would give you a perfectly flaky and buttery tart shell for your pies and tarts. In this post, I have shared pie crust recipe with butter in two ways. One with egg and another eggless for those who prefer eggless baking.