This Vanilla Pot de Crème recipe is the perfect fancy dessert recipe to amp up your dinner table shenanigans. As much as fancy this looks, it is surprisingly super easy to make. All you need is some very good quality vanilla extract, fresh cream and eggs on hand. With a little bit of creativity, you can leave your guests stumped with this absolutely masterpiece of a dessert.
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This Ginger & Pear Cake is the perfect summer tea cake recipe baked with fresh fruit, Pear. The juicy pears sitting elegantly on the top of a ginger & almond perfumed cake makes for the perfect cake for a high-tea or a sunday brunch with family.
If you are looking for the shukto meaning then perhaps you should know that it is one of the most unique dishes that Bengali cuisine has at offer. It is a dish which is a melange of diverse flavours like sweetness combined with bitter
This Red Chili Hot Sauce is a multipurpose sauce that one should have in their pantry, all the time. Make a dip for your potstickers or spice up your stir-fries with this super easy hot sauce. If you want to take my word for it, make a big batch of this and keep it in your fridge for just in case when you need to amp up your dishes!
This is one of the easiest recipes for caramel pudding in the oven, especially a microwave oven. All you need is a handful of ingredients and you can have a delicious dessert, perfect for your dinner table. The pudding is luxuriously rich and aromatic with vanilla flavour, topped with homemade caramel syrup.
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.