How many recipes can you claim that you know are super healthy and lip-smacking delicious? Well, this post is about popular Indian street food, Pav Bhaji recipe. This dish is absolutely delicious, even by a kid’s palate and includes a bunch of vegetables rich in vital minerals and vitamins. This is my end-of-the-week clean the fridge Pav Bhaji recipe where I get to finish off the leftover vegetables. This bhaji is a completely gluten-free, paleo-friendly, keto diet-friendly and a vegetarian dish. You can make it vegan by avoiding butter and ghee and using EVOO instead.
There is only one thing that makes me wait for summers and that is Mango. Green as well as ripened, both are awaited with abated breath in my household. First one to reach the markets is always the Green Mango which makes delicious chutneys and a special Bengali sour dal known as Toker Dal. The nomenclature here, need a little bit of explanation. ‘Tok‘ means sour in Bangla, hence, Toker Daal means sour dal. The sour taste essentially comes from the unripened tangy Green Mango. Among the various lentil recipes, this green mango recipe is a staple in every Bengali household during the summer months in India.
Humble Green Banana can be given a glam makeover with a touch of spice and some sparable moments in kitchen. A kanchkolar kofta, if done well can any day give a meat-based dish run for money.
This Aloor Jhal is a modern twist on the classic aloo bati chorchori recipe, one of the lost Bengali recipes to the fact pacing life of today’s generation. However, this humble Bengali potato curry can surely make a way back to our busy lives owing to its quick and minimal ingredients. This aloo batichorchori recipe is vegan, gluten free and absolutely quickest potato recipe that you will ever come across.