This Aloo Phulkopir Tarkari known as Phulkopir Chechki is perhaps the easiest as it can go. It is light, cooks absolutely in the jiffy and pairs so well with Luchis or Paranthas.
Radhaballavi is a Bengali kachori recipe where the stuffing is made of white lentils or urad dal, khoya and a couple of spices. This is a Bengali dal puri recipe, often reserved for special occasions where it gets served with Aloo Dum and/or Cholar Dal.
Bhapa Chingri is the Bengali way of steam cooking of prawns in mustard gravy. In this recipe article, I have shared how to make bhapa chingri in microwave oven with just a handful of ingredients. This recipe hardly needs 5 minutes of preparation and another 5 minutes of cooking, so with 15 minutes, you have a hearty and delicious prawn curry recipe ready. Perfect for busy weeknight dinners.
Bhapa Sandesh is a variety of Bengali sweets recipe where chena or cottage cheese is mixed with rest of the ingredients and is steam cooked. When served chilled, it is also known as Ice Cream Sandesh due to its creamy and rich texture.
Mangsher Ghugni or Mutton Ghugni is a cult favourite Bengali dish where mutton keema or minced meat is cooked with dried yellow peas. It is often served as a snack during post-Durga Puja get-together known as Bijoya Doshomi.
Aloo Chop is a deep-fried snack where a patty of spiced mashed potato is dipped in a batter before deep-frying. It is a popular evening snack, often served with a bowl of muri or puffed rice, sliced onion and a couple of green chillies.