This Bengali style Omelette Curry recipe is hands down the easiest egg recipes you will find out there. It has an omelette sliced up in thick strips and dunked in a delicious and mildly spicy gravy. Perfect as a simple lunch recipe, it pairs well with both rice as well as flatbreads like rotis or paranthas.
Ol er Dalna is an easy and delicious Bengali vegetarian dish made with Yams, also known as Elephant Foot, Suran, or Jimikand. It is a no-onion & no-garlic Bengali niramish recipe, which is often served with Rice.
This Keema Aloo Matar recipe in Bengali style is perhaps one of the most repeated recipes on our weekend menu. It is relatively quick, easy and requires only few pantry-staple ingredients which most of the Indian kitchens have. In the end, you get a delicious mutton keema recipe cooked with potatoes cut in cubes and season’s fresh peas.
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.
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.
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.