This Instant Mawa Malpua recipe is perfect for when you are looking for a delicious Indian mithai recipe without breaking much sweat over it. Instead, you can quickly make some Bengali malpua using khoya and enjoy some quality time with your family and friends. It needs pretty simple and pantry-staple ingredients like all-purpose flour, sugar, spices and some khoya.
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.
Khasta Goja or flaky Bengali sweets where layers of pastry dough are cut into small pieces and deep-fried till beautifully golden brown before dipping in syrup. This goja misti is often made on special occasions and festivals for its long shelf life and quite easy procedure. All you need is some flour, shortening like ghee and oil to fry before dipping them in simple sugar syrup.
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!
Doi Maach is a delicious fish curry recipe, where lightly fried fish pieces are simmered in a yoghurt based gravy. It comes together quickly and is deliciously mellow in taste. Those who do not prefer hot and spicy other Indian fish dishes can definitely give this Bengali fish curry of doi maach a try.
The Bengali jhal jhal kosha mangsho is something that we all have grown up with. Chunky and succulent pieces of goat meat cooked in its own juice till tender enough to fall off the bones, that’s what makes Mutton Kosha so popular. Unlike Bengali Mangshor Jhol or Mutton Curry, Mutton Kosha ranna recipe is a dry preparation, with very little or no gravy. Often reserved for a special occasion, this Mutton Kosha recipe is served with Pulaos like Basanti Pulao or Luchi.