This Daab Chingri recipe belongs to the annals of Bengali heritage cooking, which often enjoys the high rank of occasional festive cooking. A traditional Bengali festive meal gets an instant upgrade when this dish of daab chingri is made as a part of it. Here, prawns are cooked in a coconut based gravy inside a tender coconut. This process of cooking makes it uniquely delicious and flavourful.
Kolkata-style Egg Toast is very popular street food, which includes a mini milk loaf fried in eggs. It is quick, easily comes together and people from all walks of life can enjoy it while on the go. What makes this egg bread toast stand apart is the combination of flavours, where the bread brings sweetness while the omelette brings the spice.
Rui Macher Matha diye Bandhakopi tarkari is a classic cabbage stir-fry cooked with Rohu fish head and a handful of spices. This bandhakopir tarkari is most often reserved for special occasions like weddings or family get-togethers where it is served as a part of the lunch menu.
This gravy Chilli Chicken recipe is perhaps, one of the most popular indo-chinese chicken recipes among the chicken lovers. It is delicious and an absolute breeze in terms of cooking. All you need is a good wok and a handful of ingredients to bring this chilli chicken gravy recipe together.
This Patiala Shahi Keema Gosht is a minced meat curry where the keema has been simmered in a sauce of tomato, onion, ginger and a handful of whole spices. This recipe is loosely based on Patiala Shahi Gosht where lamb is stewed in a similar gravy, a recipe from the royal house of Patiala. This mildly spicy is perfect to go with rice or paranthas, making it a meal fit for the kings.
This Bengali fish recipe of bhapa rui is probably one of the healthiest preparations of all. It is steamed, with a minimum of spices and helps retain the flavour and goodness of the fish intact while cooking.