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.
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 Broccoli fried rice is perhaps the easiest way of making a broccoli recipe at home. It comes together in no time and has the goodness of veggies. If you wish you can go with broccolis only, but I love to add carrots to add a touch of colour to break the monotony of green.
If you are looking for quick & easy paneer recipes, then nothing tops this. This is flat out the quickest recipe of paneer on my blog. All you need is a slab of fresh paneer and a handful of pantry staple spices to bring this dish together. This is a vegetarian, gluten-free and nut-free recipe, which can be easily modified into vegan by replacing paneer with tofu.
This Bengali fish recipe of bhapa rui is probably one of the healthiest preparations of all. It is steamed, with a minimum of spices and helps retain the flavour and goodness of the fish intact while cooking.