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.
This Kolkata-style Chilli fish recipe is a popular Indo-Chinese fish recipe, often served as a side dish to fried rice or noodles. What stands out in this recipe is that it is a burst of flavour yet comes together in time. Plus it needs the basic ingredients from your pantry.
This Broccoli fried rice is perhaps the easiest way of making a broccoli recipe at home. It comes together in no time and has the goodness of veggies. If you wish you can go with broccolis only, but I love to add carrots to add a touch of colour to break the monotony of green.
Now, there are numerous versions of traditional Christmas Plum Cake recipes, which call for a number of alcoholic ingredient. However, I find this dark fruitcake with rum the perfect for this season. With a dash of our old favourite Old Monk rum, red wine and a hint of spices as the plum-cake ingredients, this Christmas rum fruitcake recipe is a keeper