This shorshe bhapa ilish recipe is one of the most classic and favourite fish recipes for every Bengali out there. This hilsa curry is made using hilsa or ilish, a fish belonging to the herring family. It is native to the Bay of bengal and hence widely popular in Eastern Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine.
This Keema Kofta Biryani recipe is one of our favourite mutton keema recipes. With just an extra step of making the mutton keema koftas, this Keema Biryani recipe comes together as a wholesome meal for the whole family. Here, I have shared the more elaborate version of making the luxurious Kofta Biryani which can be a meal fit for the kings.
Egg Parantha or Bengali Dimer Porota is an Indian flatbread which envelopes a beaten egg. It is fried till crispy and flaky on the inside while the egg gets cooked on the inside thus making a perfectly stuffed parantha with a beaten egg inside. This might sound complex and tricky, but once you read my instructions for this recipe, you will be making these anda paranthas or egg paranthas every other day.
This sausage and noodles stir fry recipe is easy, quick and makes for an amazing weekday dinner meal. All you need is a couple of sausages, a handful of sauces and your favourite noodles. You will be surprised how quickly this sausage noodles recipe comes together, from your kitchen to your dinner table!
This creamy chicken stroganoff pasta recipe is every bit delicious yet easy to make. Perfect weekday chicken dinner recipe in case you are in a hurry. So forget the takeout and take out your pan because this creamy chicken stroganoff with mushroom recipe cooked with my favourite farfalle only needs a bit of your time and simple pantry staple ingredients.
This is the recipe for Bengali Mutton Curry without onion & garlic offered to the deity as ‘bhog’. Spiced with Indian spices like black peppercorn, cinnamon and cardamoms, this meat curry or mangshor jhol is a highlight of the Bengali recipes.
Here in this post, apart from sharing my family’s niramish panthar mangshor jhol recipe, I will tell you why this Bengali mangshor jhol is called ‘niramish’ and what is the purpose of this kind of cooking. Let’s start with understanding the concept of ‘niramish’.
This Bengali Chicken Kosha is a timeless classic dry chicken curry recipe which is richly aromatic with Indian spices. The word ‘kosha’ means the spices and rest of the ingredients have been slow-cooked in its own juices and oil to release the most of its aromatics. Often paired with luchis or Bengali pooris, or Basanti Pulao, this chicken kosha is saved for the special meals!