This Keema Aloo Matar recipe in Bengali style is perhaps one of the most repeated recipes on our weekend menu. It is relatively quick, easy and requires only few pantry-staple ingredients which most of the Indian kitchens have. In the end, you get a delicious mutton keema recipe cooked with potatoes cut in cubes and season’s fresh peas.
This Aloo Phulkopir Tarkari known as Phulkopir Chechki is perhaps the easiest as it can go. It is light, cooks absolutely in the jiffy and pairs so well with Luchis or Paranthas.
This vegetarian Cream of Mushroom soup recipe is a classic and my family’s favorite winter soup recipe. Practically needs only one vegetable, mushrooms and the basic ingredients to make the base sauce to give you a bowl of hearty and delicious soup.
Potage St. Germain is a french green pea soup which has season’s fresh peas along with a couple of other vegetables and a base of Bechamel sauce, which makes it creamy, hearty and delicious. Here, I have modified the way of making this green pea soup by cooking the vegetables in a pressure cooker and then bringing everything together in a pot.
Shorshe bata diye Tilapia macher recipe is perhaps one of the most common ways of making Tilapia fish in a Bengali kitchen. This bony fish is simmered in a pungent mustard seed gravy, then duly served with some parboiled rice, accompanied by a wedge of lime to wrap the meal neatly.
These Shortbread Cookies dipped in chocolate are classic Christmas cookies. They are buttery, absolutely melt-in-mouth and so easy to make. Practically 3 ingredients to make the cookies and some good quality chocolate to dip them into. That’s it.