This Indian version of raw mango salad is slightly similar to the Thai Green Mango Salad or Som Tum Mamuang, except it is completely vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and nuts free. This plant-based green mango salad recipe is delicious and healthy in different ways. In this post I have described the exact way of putting together this tangy unripe mango salad recipe.
This Doi Lau (dahi wali lauki ki sabji) or bottle gourd in yoghurt curry is the perfect vegetarian side dish for summers. It is light, with practically no spice in it and comes together in no time. Hence, no more than 10 minutes of standing in the kitchen! Also, this is a great vegetarian recipe for those who are looking for weight-loss recipes.
Batata Vada is Indian style potato fritters with a spicy filling of garlic and peanuts. This is a Gujrati delicacy is perfect as an evening snack with chai or tea. Plus it is a great crowd-pleaser. Once prepped, fry it in a huge batch and serve immediately.
This ada diye kacha muger dal recipe combines the goodness of moong dal and ginger though a simple Bengali dal recipe. It is easy, quick and absolutely light on the tummy. This muger dal recipe is brimming with goodness of moong dal and anti-inflammatory benefits of ginger. If you are looking for easy Bengali dal recipes, then this vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free moong dal recipe in Bengali style should hit the spot!
This creamy butter chicken recipe is probably one of the most identifiable Indian chicken curry. It is luscious, creamy and when served with rice or some delicious naan, it makes for a delicious yet comforting meal. Here, in this post I will tell you how to make simple butter chicken at home from scratch.
Bandhakopi Chechki is the simplest form of a Bengali cabbage stirfry recipe. Here finely sliced bandhakopi (cabbage in English or pattagobhi in Hindi) is allowed to steam cook in its own juice till it looses some of its texture and becomes soft and much flavorful. Often served for breakfast, this bandhakopi recipe in Bengali style pairs superb with Bengali luchis or paranthas.