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Kanchkolar Khosa Bata recipe

Kanchkolar Khosa Ghonto Recipe

Kanchkolar Khosa’r Ghonto or Kanchkola’r Khosa Bata is a unique Bengali side dish where the peels of green banana or plantain are smashed and cooked into a pate. This is mildly spicy and is usually served with rice. This kanchkolar khosa bata recipe is an excellent example of how Bengali cuisine often turns discards and wastes into a delicacy.

Mutton Keema Burger Patties recipe

Indian Mutton Keema Burger Recipe

This mutton keema burger recipe will give you the best burger experience at home. The mutton keema patties recipe will allow you to make the juiciest of burger patties, thus allowing you to enjoy the best mutton keema burgers. Here, I have given you the step by step instructions on how to make the juiciest homemade mutton burger patties with much ease.

Eggless Mango Cake recipe

Eggless Mango Cake Recipe with Mango Swirl Frosting

This is the prettiest & the best eggless mango cake recipe that you will ever come across. A delicate mango sponge cake recipe, made using mango pulp, is perfect for every special occasion you have on cards during the summer. Birthdays, anniversaries or homecomings, this easy mango cake recipe will come in handy for sure.

chana dal ka parantha recipe

Stuffed Chana Dal Parantha Recipe

This chana dal parantha recipe is yet another amazing Indian stuffed parantha recipe that has a spicy filling of cooked chana dal or Bengal gram. It is one of those quick breakfast recipes which pack a punch. Chana dal or Bengal gram, as we know, is extremely nutritious and is an excellent source of plant-based protein.

lau patay bhapa chingri

Lau Patay Chingri Macher Paturi Recipe

This is a classic bhapa chingri recipe where the prawns are smeared with a paste of mustard seeds, poppy seeds and grated coconut, and steamed inside a parcel made of lau pata or bottle gourd leaves. Quite a unique rendition of chingri macher paturi recipe where the prawn mix is rolled up inside an envelope of edible leaves of lau patay, instead of kolapata or banana leaves. Hence making the entire dish edible. Amazing right, how we Bengalis can turn anything into an exotic delicacy!