This Bandhakopir Tarkari, also known as Bandhakopir Dalna is a winter season’s cult classic Bengali veggie side dish. Bandhakopi or cabbage is finely sliced and then stir-fried with a couple of potatoes, grated ginger and spices. This niramish bandhakopi dalna tarkari is vegetarian and gluten-free.
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This Cheese & Chicken Kebab recipe is a perfect example of a quick & easy snack which can be made right from scratch. With minimum ingredients, making these cheesy chicken kebabs is a matter of a couple of minutes.
Dimer Dalna is basically Bengali Egg Curry which is probably the most recurring dish in every Bengali household. Here, hard-boiled eggs are slightly fried before cooking them with potatoes in gravy. This is one of those recipes which gives comfort to all, those who cook as well as those who eat. It is easy to make and absolutely delicious in taste.
This Rui Macher Jhal recipe is very close to the original Bengali Shorshe bata diye Macher Jhal where Rohu pieces are cooked in a mustard sauce gravy. With a couple of extra ingredients, this Indian fish curry recipe is the perfect gluten-free side dish to be served with perfectly cooked Indian Basmati rice.
Aloo Uchhe Jhal or Bengali Aloo Karela recipe is a summer staple in most Bengali households. Slices of korola (karela or Bitter Melon) and potatoes are cooked together with some panchphoron (Bengali five spice mix) and served at the beginning of the meal with some rice.
Dimer Devil, also Egg Croquette is a very popular Indian street food, particularly famous in the eastern states of India. Here, hard-boiled eggs are cut in halves, the yolk is mixed with a spicy mix and then stuffed back into the egg whites. The egg halves are then joined and coated with a keema or potato cover and batter fry.
This dimer devil is a Bengali style evening snack, often served with a bowl of puffed rice, sliced onion, green chillies and a cup of tea.