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How about I share my daily kitchen escapades with you so that you can plan your meals efficiently. Me and my hubby are foodies with a limited appetite. That is, we love food and enjoy smaller meal portions throughout the day. So, I end up making different dishes to keep up with our excitement to try various cuisine.
Plan your Bengali Vegetarian Meals with me as I share quick and easy ways of making traditional Bengali dishes.
To keep up with our prominent sweet-tooth, I do baking where I try to re-create luxurious dessert recipes using easily available ingredients, at home.
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Bengali Kosha Mangsho recipe

Kosha Mangsho│Bengali Mutton Pot Roast Recipe

The Bengali jhal jhal kosha mangsho is something that we all have grown up with. Chunky and succulent pieces of goat meat cooked in its own juice till tender enough to fall off the bones, that’s what makes Mutton Kosha so popular. Unlike Bengali Mangshor Jhol or Mutton Curry, Mutton Kosha is a dry preparation, with very little or no gravy. Often reserved for a special occasion, this Mutton Kosha recipe is served with Pulaos like Basanti Pulao or Luchi.

Sweet Boondi recipe

Sweet Boondi Recipe | Bengali Mishti Bonde

Sweet Boondi or Mishti Bonde is a very popular Indian sweet where small fritters made with chickpea flour is dunked in sugar syrup. It is vegan (if not fried in ghee or clarified butter), gluten-free, dairy-free, nuts-free Indian sweet dish, very popular during Indian weddings and festivals.

Mangshor Jhol Bengali style

Instant Pot Bengali Mutton Curry Recipe

If there is anything close to a Bengali’s heart, then it has to be this Bengali Mutton Curry or পাঁঠার মাংসের ঝোল. Popularly known as robibarer mangshor jhol recipe, this is, a Sunday lunch menu staple where a runny goat meat curry made with big chunks of potatoes is served with rice and a wedge of lemon. This mutton curry in Bengali style is so popular that most Bengalis would wait for the entire week to have this over the weekend!

amritsari pindi chole recipe

Amritsari Pindi Chole Recipe

Pindi Chole or Pindi Chana Masala is a dry preparation made using chickpeas or garbanzo beans. Hailing from the area in and around Rawalpindi, a city in erstwhile Punjab in undivided India now in Pakistan, this pindi chole recipe is somewhat a speciality of this region. It is dark brown in colour, with no or very little gravy and is often served with bhature or kulchas.