This easy paneer manchurian recipe is a keeper of a recipe if you are a fan of Indo-Chinese cuisine, as well as Paneer. Here, fried pieces of paneer are batter fried and then tossed in a thick, sweet & sour gravy. This paneer manchurian dry recipe is perfect for snacking with drinks or to be served as a side to fried rice or noodles and a gravy side dish.
This Mango Kalakand recipe is the perfect fusion mango dessert recipe for summer festive menus. It needs pantry staple ingredients and season’s fresh and sweet mango puree. This mango flavoured kalakand recipe comes together quick and tastes delicious. If you want to try something apart from traditional kalakand recipe, then this mango kalakand is perfect for you.
Chana Bhapa is a unique Bengali cottage cheese recipe where the ‘chana’ or homemade paneer is steamed in a gravy of freshly ground paste of mustard seeds. Also known as a recipe of paneer bhapa (where bhapa means steamed), this chanar recipe in Bengali cuisine stands its ground for being one of its kind.
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.
Pantua recipe, much like other recipes of Bengali sweets, is a milk sweet dish where cow’s milk, in particular, is curdled to get some cheese which in turn gives these scrumptious sweets.
Nikuti is one of the lesser-known Bengali Sweet from India’s eastern state of West Bengal. Similar to the recipes of Pantua and Chanar Jilipi, nikuti recipe also needs fresh cottage cheese of cow’s milk mixed with semolina and flour. Small oblong-shaped dumplings are made out of the dough which is deep-fried before soaking in a simple syrup.
Chitrakut is one of those Bengali sweets recipes which is rarely heard of. Not as popular as its counterparts like Rosogolla or Pantua, however, it is still quite popular among Bengali sweet-preferring community.